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I'm putting together a promotion case for a colleague and need to document econ journal quality to upper-level committees (all non-economists). We had previously used Kalaitzidakis et al (2011) or Combes and Linnemer (2010), but they're pretty dated now (a problem because they don't include relatively new journals such as the AEJs).  And the recent rankings we've found so far have obviously nutty results (e.g., ranking RAND barely in the top 200). I'd like to find a ranking that avoids that problem, but isn't too dated.  Thanks for any help you can provide.

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