Comparative Migration Studies : Web of Science Impact Factor score

06 July 2022

The journal of Comparative Migration Studies ( has of June 2022 received its first Web of Science Impact Factor score.

We are happy to report Journal Citation Report (JCR) rating of 4.417!

The journal CMS, founded in 2013, provides an outlet for high-quality, comparative and interdisciplinary work on migration. The journal has been Open Access from the beginning, while also providing hardcopy printing in limited numbers. Since 2014 the journal is associated with IMISCOE, and since 2015 it moved from AUP to the current publisher Springer.

Inclusion in SCOPUS

Since 2018, CMS is included in SCOPUS. This makes sure that in most countries, authors will receive ‘publication credits’ under their university systems.

Looking at the google scholar citation indexes, the journal is now in the top-10 (7th ) of journals in the category Social Sciences – Human Migration

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