Volume 80, Number 1, July 2009
- Werner Marx, Manuel Cardona:
The citation impact outside references - formal versus informal citations.
- Yoshiyuki Takeda, Shiho Mae, Yuya Kajikawa, Katsumori Matsushima:
Nanobiotechnology as an emerging research domain from nanotechnology: A bibliometric approach.
- Ling-Li Li, Guohua Ding, Nan Feng, Ming-Huang Wang, Yuh-Shan Ho:
Global stem cell research trend: Bibliometric analysis as a tool for mapping of trends from 1991 to 2006.
- Yuxian Liu, I. K. Ravichandra Rao, Ronald Rousseau:
Empirical series of journal h-indices: The JCR category Horticulture as a case study.
- Heejung Kim, Jae Yun Lee:
Archiving research trends in LIS domain using profiling analysis.
- Yueyang Zhao, Lei Cui, Hua Yang:
Evaluating reliability of co-citation clustering analysis in representing the research history of subject.
- Jesper W. Schneider, Birger Larsen, Peter Ingwersen:
A comparative study of first and all-author co-citation counting, and two different matrix generation approaches applied for author co-citation analyses.
- Manuel Acosta, Daniel Coronado, Ana Fernández:
Exploring the quality of environmental technology in Europe: evidence from patent citations.
- Ernesto R. Gantman:
International differences of productivity in scholarly management knowledge.
- Bhaskar Mukherjee:
Scholarly research in LIS open access electronic journals: A bibliometric study.
- Ergin Elmacioglu, Dongwon Lee:
Modeling idiosyncratic properties of collaboration networks revisited.
- Sonia M. R. Vasconcelos, Martha M. Sorenson, Jacqueline Leta:
A new input indicator for the assessment of science & technology research?
- Rolf Ketzler, Klaus F. Zimmermann:
Publications: German economic research institutes on track.
- Farzaneh Aminpour, Payam Kabiri, Zahra Otroj, Abbas Ali Keshtkar:
Webometric analysis of Iranian universities of medical sciences.
- Gualberto Buela-Casal, Izabela Zych, Ana Medina, María I. Viedma Del Jesus, Susana Lozano, Gloria Torres:
Analysis of the influence of the two types of the journal articles; theoretical and empirical on the impact factor of a journal.
- Xia Gao, Jiancheng Guan:
Networks of scientific journals: An exploration of Chinese patent data.
Volume 80, Number 2, August 2009
- Ulrich Schmoch, Anthony F. J. van Raan:
- Weiwei Zhang, Weihong Qian, Yuh-Shan Ho:
A bibliometric analysis of research related to ocean circulation.
- Richard S. J. Tol:
The h-index and its alternatives: An application to the 100 most prolific economists.
- Thierry Marchant:
An axiomatic characterization of the ranking based on the h-index and some other bibliometric rankings of authors.
- Michael S. Patterson, Simon Harris:
The relationship between reviewers' quality-scores and number of citations for papers published in the journal Physics in Medicine and Biology from 2003-2005.
- K. Brad Wray:
The salaries of Italian Renaissance professors.
- Liming Liang, Ronald Rousseau:
Bibliometric characteristics of the journal Science: Pre-Koshland, Koshland and post-Koshland period.
- Julia Osca Lluch, Elena Velasco, Mayte López, Julia Haba:
Co-authorship and citation networks in Spanish history of science research.
- Eli M. Blatt:
Differentiating, describing, and visualizing scientific space: A novel approach to the analysis of published scientific abstracts.
- Rafael Aleixandre-Benavent, Gregorio González-Alcaide, Alberto Miguel-Dasit, Carolina Navarro-Molina, Juan Carlos Valderrama Zurián:
Full-text publications in peer-reviewed journals derived from presentations at three ISSI conferences.
- Radhamany Sooryamoorthy:
Collaboration and publication: How collaborative are scientists in South Africa?
- Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro, Ignacio Fernández-de-Lucio, François Perruchas, Pauline Mattsson:
What do patent examiner inserted citations indicate for a region with low absorptive capacity?
- Anselmo Garcia Cantú, Marcel Ausloos:
Organizational and dynamical aspects of a small network with two distinct communities: Neo-creationists vs. Evolution Defenders.
- B. M. Gupta, S. M. Dhawan:
Status of India in science and technology as reflected in its publication output in the Scopus international database, 1996-2006.
- Tomislav Hengl, Budiman Minasny, Michael Gould:
A geostatistical analysis of geostatistics.
- Antonia Andrade, Raúl González-Jonte, Juan Miguel Campanario:
Journals that increase their impact factor at least fourfold in a few years: The role of journal self-citations.
- Renata R. Gonçalves, Christian Kieling, Rodrigo A. Bressan, Jair J. Mari, Luis A. Rohde:
The evaluation of scientific productivity in Brazil: An assessment of the mental health field.
- Jenny-Ann Brodin Danell, Rickard Danell:
Publication activity in complementary and alternative medicine.
- András Schubert, Mihály Schubert:
Outperform your neighbors.
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- G. Lalitha Kumari:
Synthetic Organic Chemistry research: Analysis by scientometric indicators.
- Tianwei He:
International scientific collaboration of China with the G7 countries.
- Tianwei He, Wei Liu:
The internationalization of Chinese scientific journals: A quantitative comparison of three chemical journals from China, England and Japan.
- Young Mee Chung, So Young Yu, Yong Kwang Kim, Su Yeon Kim:
Characteristics and link structure of a national scholarly Web space: The case of South Korea.
- Frances P. Ruane, Richard S. J. Tol:
A Hirsch measure for the quality of research supervision, and an illustration with trade economists.
- Zouhayr Hayati, Saeideh Ebrahimy:
Correlation between quality and quantity in scientific production: A case study of Iranian organizations from 1997 to 2006.
- Yu-Shan Chen, Ke-Chiun Chang:
Using neural network to analyze the influence of the patent performance upon the market value of the US pharmaceutical companies.
- Mark William Neff, Elizabeth A. Corley:
35 years and 160, 000 articles: A bibliometric exploration of the evolution of ecology.
- G. Steven McMillan:
Gender differences in patenting activity: An examination of the US biotechnology industry.
- Claude Robert, Concepción S. Wilson, Stéphane Donnadieu, Jean-François Gaudy, Charles-Daniel Arreto:
Analysis of the medical and biological pain research literature in the European Union: A 2006 snapshot.
- Heting Chu, Chen Xu:
Web 2.0 and its dimensions in the scholarly world.
- Iraj Daizadeh:
An intellectual property-based corporate strategy: An R&D spend, patent, trademark, media communication, and market price innovation agenda.
- Antonio García Romero, José Navarrete Cortés, Cristina Escudero, Juan Antonio Fernández López, Juan Antonio Chaichío Moreno:
Measuring the influence of clinical trials citations on several bibliometric indicators.
- Daniel Torres-Salinas, Emilio Delgado López-Cózar, Evaristo Jiménez-Contreras:
Ranking of departments and researchers within a university using two different databases: Web of Science versus Scopus.
- Koen Jonkers:
Emerging ties: Factors underlying China's co-publication patterns with Western European and North American research systems in three molecular life science subfields.
- Víctor H. Cervantes, Ana Cristina Santana, Georgina Guilera Ferré, Juana Gómez Benito:
Hierarchical linear models in psychiatry: A bibliometric study.
- Milan Randic:
Citations versus limitations of citations: beyond Hirsch index.
- Vladimir G. Deineko, Gerhard J. Woeginger:
A new family of scientific impact measures: The generalized Kosmulski-indices.
- Elena Castro-Martínez, Fernando Jiménez-Sáez, Francisco Javier Ortega-Colomer:
Science and technology policies: A tale of political use, misuse and abuse of traditional R&D indicators.
- Catherine Lecocq, Bart Van Looy:
The impact of collaboration on the technological performance of regions: time invariant or driven by life cycle dynamics? - An explorative investigation of European regions in the field of Biotechnology.