JBV

AcronymDefinition
JBVJernbaneverket (Norway railway)
JBVJournal of Business Venturing
JBVJoint Battlespace Viewer
JBVJersey Business Venture (est. 1985; UK)
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This finding demonstrates that (1) small enterprise researchers tend to generate greater levels of citations in journals (such as ETP and JBV) whose editorial policies require submissions that address theoretical and methodological issues, and (2) small enterprise scholars utilize knowledge and previous literature from related and non-related disciplines.
That is, (a) the number of articles published by JSBM, ETP, API, ISBJ, JBV and SBE in a particular year that were subsequently cited; (b) the total number of articles published in each year in the above journals; and (c) the total number of citations achieved by these cited articles.
For example, Table 2 indicates that the 1987 publications of JBV were subsequently cited 134 times.
One could see that first-year publications of SBE have been cited 66 times in the subsequent 4 years (16.5 average citations per year) and those of the first year of JBV 98 times in the subsequent 7 years (14 average citations per year).
For example, 330 of the 586 papers published in JSBM were never cited by CSER (specifically 56 percent of JSBM, 47 percent of ETP, 88 percent of API, 60 percent of ISBJ, 33 percent of JBV, and 62 percent of SBE articles were not cited by CSER).
Journals Number of ISBJ JBV SBE OTHER Citations 0 105 60% 60 33% 66 62% N/A 1 40 23% 52 28% 15 14% 3299 2 13 8% 22 12% 15 14% 402 3 8 5% 15 8% 4 4% 124 4 4 2% 6 3% 2 2% 67 5 0 - 8 4% 1 1% 40 6 0 - 3 2% 2 2% 13 7 0 - 5 3% 0 - 13 8 2 1% 2 1% 0 - 8 9 1 - 2 1% 1 1% 7 10 0 - 0 - 0 - 8 11-14 0 - 4 2% 0 - 12 15-19 0 - 3 2% 0 - 7 20-29 0 - 1 1% 0 - 4 30-39 0 - 0 - 0 - 2 Total Articles 173 100% 183 100% 106 100% N/A Total Citations 131 414 91 5716 Impact/Article 0.803681 2.2677596 0.8584906 N/A The journal impact factor in this study has been calculated to reflect an average citation rate per published article.
(Specifically, the self-citation problem was shown to be more acute in the early years of a journal when it relies more on articles from its review board.) Thus, ETP has the best journal impact factor amongst journals established prior to the CSER period (Panel I), and JBV the best for those established during the CSER period (Panel II).
Based on the aging phenomenon, and the manner in which CSER (1986-1992) was defined, it was anticipated that ETP, JSBM and API would be an inverse-U (or Bell) shaped, and that the ISBJ, JBV and SBE impact factors would appear in the declining portion of the Bell.
However, in the individual year calculations [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED], JBV and ETP had journal impact factors well in excess of the average scores of the SSCI JCR in particular years, especially the publications in the 1986-1989 period.
First, many articles were never cited, this being more pronounced for API, SBE, JSBM, and ISBJ than for JBV and ETP.
Of all journals, ETP (Panel I) and JBV (Panel II) have been the most influential with regard to papers published during the 1986-1992 period when all the journals obtained citations in the CSER.