Below the JRI and JRU on the list of total citations are the JIR (222), the GPIP (165), the GPT (135), the JFSP (75), the CPCU (71), the JII (56), BQ (47), and RMIR (42).
Following these two journals are the JIR (.7914), the GPT (.6250), the JII (.5111), the GPIP (.3243), RMIR (.3118), the CPCU (.2463), the JFSP (.1779), and BQ (.1288).
In the middle range, the GPT and GPIP move down from numbers 4 and 6 to 6 and 7, respectively.
First, the GP has been two separate journals (the GPT and the GPIP) long enough to warrant its separation in this table.
The journals losing the most ground when going from total citations to the IIF included the GPIP (from fourth to eighth) and the JFSP (from seventh to ninth).
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Also, the JRI is the journal second most frequently cited by BQ, the CLUJ, the CPCUJ, the GPIP, and the JRU.
11 The citations credited to the GPT and the GPIP were combined due to the frequency with which these journals were cited as the Geneva Papers (GP), with no distinction made between GPT and GPIP.
The GP was only one journal until 1990, when the GP was divided into the GPT and the GPIP. The post-1989 citations and articles for the GPT and the GPIP were combined with those from the pre-1990 GP to calculate an impact factor for the GP.