Volume 85, Number 1, October 2010
- André Andrian Padial, João Carlos Nabout, Tadeu Siqueira, Luis Mauricio Bini, José Alexandre Felizola Diniz-Filho:
Weak evidence for determinants of citation frequency in ecological articles.
- Francesco Giuliani, Michele Pio De Petris, Giovanni Nico:
Assessing scientific collaboration through coauthorship and content sharing.
- Erik Fisher, Catherine P. Slade, Derrick Anderson, Barry Bozeman:
The public value of nanotechnology?
- Christoph Bartneck, Jun Hu:
The fruits of collaboration in a multidisciplinary field.
- Farzaneh Aminpour, Payam Kabiri, Mohammad Ali Boroumand, Abbas Ali Keshtkar, Seyed Shamsoddin Hejazi:
Iranian Medical Universities in SCIE: evaluation of address variation.
- Hsin-Ning Su, Pei-Chun Lee:
Mapping knowledge structure by keyword co-occurrence: a first look at journal papers in Technology Foresight.
- Mark R. Elkins, Christopher G. Maher, Robert D. Herbert, Anne M. Moseley, Catherine Sherrington:
Correlation between the Journal Impact Factor and three other journal citation indices.
- Martin G. Moehrle:
Measures for textual patent similarities: a guided way to select appropriate approaches.
- Ryosuke L. Ohniwa, Aiko Hibino, Kunio Takeyasu:
Trends in research foci in life science fields over the last 30 years monitored by emerging topics.
- John N. Parker, Christopher J. Lortie, Stefano Allesina:
Characterizing a scientific elite: the social characteristics of the most highly cited scientists in environmental science and ecology.
- Anastassios Pouris:
A scientometric assessment of the Southern Africa Development Community: science in the tip of Africa.
- Laura I. Schultz, Frederick L. Joutz:
Methods for identifying emerging General Purpose Technologies: a case study of nanotechnologies.
- Jonathan M. Levitt, Mike Thelwall:
Does the higher citation of collaborative research differ from region to region? A case study of Economics.
- Gangan Prathap:
An iCE map approach to evaluate performance and efficiency of scientific production of countries.
- Marco Pautasso:
Worsening file-drawer problem in the abstracts of natural, medical and social science databases.
- Fiorenzo Franceschini, Domenico A. Maisano, Anna Perotti, Andrea Proto:
Analysis of the ch-index: an indicator to evaluate the diffusion of scientific research output by citers.
- Theresa Velden, Asif-ul Haque, Carl Lagoze:
A new approach to analyzing patterns of collaboration in co-authorship networks: mesoscopic analysis and interpretation.
- Isidro F. Aguillo, Judit Bar-Ilan, Mark Levene, José Luis Ortega Priego:
Comparing university rankings.
- Lawrence D. Fu, Constantin F. Aliferis:
Using content-based and bibliometric features for machine learning models to predict citation counts in the biomedical literature.
- José María Gómez-Sancho, María Jesús Mancebón-Torrubia:
A new approach to measuring scientific production in JCR journals and its application to Spanish public universities.
- Fred L. Bookstein, Horst Seidler, Martin Fieder, Georg Winckler:
Too much noise in the Times Higher Education rankings.
- Karol Zyczkowski:
Citation graph, weighted impact factors and performance indices.
- Louise Wiles, Timothy Olds, Marie Williams:
Evidence base, quantitation and collaboration: three novel indices for bibliometric content analysis.
- Pedro Albarrán, Juan A. Crespo, Ignacio Ortuño, Javier Ruiz-Castillo:
A comparison of the scientific performance of the U.S. and the European union at the turn of the 21st century.
- Grant Lewison, Thomas Turnbull:
News in brief and features in New Scientist magazine and the biomedical research papers that they cite, August 2008 to July 2009.
- Har Kaur, B. M. Gupta:
Mapping of dental science research in India: a scientometric analysis of India's research output, 1999-2008.
- José Luis Ortega Priego, Isidro F. Aguillo:
Shaping the European research collaboration in the 6th Framework Programme health thematic area through network analysis.
Volume 85, Number 2, November 2010
- Michael C. Calver, Grant Wardell-Johnson, J. Stuart Bradley, Ross Taplin:
What makes a journal international? A case study using conservation biology journals.
- Lars H. Breimer, Torbjörn K. Nilsson:
A longitudinal and cross-sectional study of Swedish biomedical PhD processes 1991-2009 with emphasis on international and gender aspects.
- N. Assimakis, M. Adam:
A new author's productivity index: p-index.
- Primoz Juznic, Stojan Peclin, Matjaz Zaucer, Tilen Mandelj, Miro Pusnik, Franci Demsar:
Scientometric indicators: peer-review, bibliometric methods and conflict of interests.
- Bárbara S. Lancho-Barrantes, Vicente P. Guerrero Bote, Félix de Moya Anegón:
The iceberg hypothesis revisited.
- Cheng-Chung Cho, Ming-Wen Hu, Meng-Chun Liu:
Improvements in productivity based on co-authorship: a case study of published articles in China.
- Gaby Haddow, Paul Genoni:
Citation analysis and peer ranking of Australian social science journals.
- Mario De Marchi, Maurizio Rocchi:
Note on R&D expenditures and fixed capital formation.
- Sandra Miguel, Félix de Moya Anegón, Victor Herrero Solana:
The impact of the socio-economic crisis of 2001 on the scientific system of Argentina from the scientometric perspective.
- Máxima Bolaños-Pizarro, Bart Thijs, Wolfgang Glänzel:
Cardiovascular research in Spain. A comparative scientometric study.
- Martin Meyer, Koenraad Debackere, Wolfgang Glänzel:
Can applied science be 'good science'? Exploring the relationship between patent citations and citation impact in nanoscience.
- Senator Jeong, Hong-Gee Kim:
Intellectual structure of biomedical informatics reflected in scholarly events.
- Pandelis Perakakis, Michael Taylor, Marco G. Mazza, Varvara Trachana:
Natural selection of academic papers.
- Gangan Prathap:
The iCE approach for journal evaluation.
- Nils T. Hagen:
Deconstructing doctoral dissertations: how many papers does it take to make a PhD?
- Jung Cheol Shin, William K. Cummings:
Multilevel analysis of academic publishing across disciplines: research preference, collaboration, and time on research.
- Philip Shapira, Jan L. Youtie, Alan L. Porter:
The emergence of social science research on nanotechnology.
- John Mingers, Evangelia A. E. C. G. Lipitakis:
Counting the citations: a comparison of Web of Science and Google Scholar in the field of business and management.
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- Pedro Cosme Vieira, Aurora A. C. Teixeira:
Are finance, management, and marketing autonomous fields of scientific research? An analysis based on journal citations.
- Robert Lopresti:
Citation accuracy in environmental science journals.
- Kristof De Witte, Nicky Rogge:
To publish or not to publish? On the aggregation and drivers of research performance.
- Lutz Bornmann, Hans-Dieter Daniel:
The validity of staff editors' initial evaluations of manuscripts: a case study of Angewandte Chemie International Edition.
- Pei-Chun Lee, Hsin-Ning Su, Te-Yi Chan:
Assessment of ontology-based knowledge network formation by Vector-Space Model.
- Giovanni Abramo, Ciriaco Andrea D'Angelo, Fulvio Viel:
Peer review research assessment: a sensitivity analysis of performance rankings to the share of research product evaluated.
- Carla Taramasco, Jean-Philippe Cointet, Camille Roth:
Academic team formation as evolving hypergraphs.
- Jorge E. Hirsch:
An index to quantify an individual's scientific research output that takes into account the effect of multiple coauthorship.
- Siluo Yang, Feng Ma, Yanhui Song, Junping Qiu:
A longitudinal analysis of citation distribution breadth for Chinese scholars.
- Mary K. Feeney, Margarita Bernal:
Women in STEM networks: who seeks advice and support from women scientists?
- Francisco Collazo-Reyes, Ma. Elena Luna-Morales, Jane M. Russell, Miguel Ángel Pérez-Angón:
Enriching knowledge production patterns of Mexican physics in particles and fields.
- Byungun Yoon, Sungjoo Lee, Gwanghee Lee:
Development and application of a keyword-based knowledge map for effective R&D planning.
- Guillermo Armando Ronda-Pupo, Luis Ángel Guerras-Martín:
Dynamics of the scientific community network within the strategic management field through the Strategic Management Journal 1980-2009: the role of cooperation.
- Choong Kwai Fatt, Ephrance Abu Ujum, Kuru Ratnavelu:
The structure of collaboration in the Journal of Finance.
- Peter Vinkler:
Indicators are the essence of scientometrics and bibliometrics - Comments to the book entitled "Bibliometrics and Citation Analysis, From the Science Citation Index to Cybermetrics" from Nicola De Bellis.