An abstracting and indexing (A&I) service is important part of publication process. The journal indexes content at the article level by assigning subject headings (descriptors or keywords) to each one and then making them searchable in the product’s database. These services also index other bibliographic elements of journal articles, including authors, titles, date of publication, etc.

(Recently, some A&I services have even begun to index at more granular levels, including, for example, indexing individual images.) Today, most journals require that their authors compose an abstract (a summary) of their article, so A&I services generally don’t compose abstracts anymore — they simply create a searchable database with subject, author, and title access to individual articles from a selection of journals they choose to include in their database.


All published papers by the IJAEML are indexed by:

1. Google Scholar




3. Researchgate Scientific Network

4. Social Science Research Network

5. Zenodo & OpenAIRE



6. Crossref

7. Index Copernicus

8. J-Gate

9. Indian Citation Index (ICI)

10. Orcid


11. BASE


12. Publons

13. Scope Certificate

14. Science Open

15. DORA Signatory

16. ROAD

17. Semantic Scholar

18. WorldCat

19. BASE

20. EuroPub

21. CORE