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Figure 1: JIF versus h-index for all journals
Figure 2: JIF versus h-index, Psychology journals and other outliers excluded
Figure 3: JIF versus h-index for Economics journals
Figure 4: JIF versus h-index for Finance & Accounting journals
Figure 5 : JIF versus h-index for General Management & Strategy journals
Figure 6: JIF versus h-index for Management Information Systems and Knowledge Management journals
Figure 7: JIF versus h-index for Management Science/Operations Research/Production and Operations Management journals
Figure 8: JIF versus h-index for Marketing journals
Figure 9: JIF versus h-index for Organizational Behavior/Studies and Human Resource Management/Industrial Relations journals