Below we rank the journals by their SDG ratio. We divide the number of SDG related publication by the total number of publications to correct for journals with many publications.

Below you can find the Sustainable Development Goal profile for individual journals. Here, we present the number of publications relating each individual SDG. 

Here we present the total number of publications and the number of SDG related publications for individual journals.

Here we present the SDG ratio as the share of SDG related publications by the total number of publications for individual journals over time.

In the figure below we break the SDG related publications down into 'People', 'Planet' and 'Economy' categories.

In the figure below we determine the SDG ratios by dividing the total number of SDG related publications by the number publications for each individual SDG. Here we can compare two journals on their SDG-profile.

In the figure below we determine the ratios by dividing the total number of SDG related publications by the number publications for each individual SDG. We aggregate the results for publications in the years 2015 - 2019

The heatmap below shows the number of SDG-related publications for each SDG - Journal combination.

In the figure below you can compare the SDG ratio with SJR-score. The Quarterly Journal of Economics seems to stand out with a high ratio and high SJR-score.

 

In the figure below you can compare the SDG ratio with CiteScore we see that there are some journals that score high on both dimensions

Below you can browse through the publications and inspect individual predictions. We only include publications that score high according to the model. Clicking on the DOI will redirect you to the Google Scholar page of the publication.

In the figure below you can compare the SDG ratio with CiteScore, we see that there are some journals that score high on both dimensions