Harvard Business Review impact factor

Harvard business review impact factor

Harvard Business Review impact factor

What is the Harvard Business Review impact factor?

The HBR impact factor is currently (2016): 0.72

What this means.

The Harvard Business Review is not considered by academics and university researchers to be a serious research journal. It mainly contains opinion and experience pieces.


By comparison the journal with the highest impact factor is Nature which has an impact factor of 38.138.

Quality Research

This is why The Oxford Review only uses research from peer reviewed (high impact factor) journals and not opinion pieces.

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