I was just wondering: why is it not MCA indexed by ISI? Is that part of a
political decision by the editors or just so? My question originates in the
growing bureocratic relevance given to that index by some universities
(something I am critical of). But as, alas, in some places, academics are
assessed according to the number of indexed publications they have, it might
help some contributors of the journal that it is indexed. But maybe I am
wrong. Any thoughts?
David D. Preiss Ph.D.
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
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