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JOI
2010
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The effect of scholar collaboration on impact and quality of academic papers
We study how scholar collaboration varies across disciplines in science, social science, arts and humanities and the effects of author collaboration on impact and quality of co-au...
Massimo Franceschet, Antonio Costantini
JOI
2010
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The Chinese innovation system during economic transition: A scale-independent view
Xia Gao, Xiaochuan Guo, Katz J. Sylvan, Jiancheng ...
JOI
2010
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Consistent bibliometric rankings of authors and of journals
Rankings of journals and rankings of scientists are usually discussed separately. We argue that a consistent approach to both rankings is desirable because both the quality of a j...
Denis Bouyssou, Thierry Marchant
JOI
2010
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What is in a name? Credit assignment practices in different disciplines
: The paper reviews the literature on disciplinary credit assignment practices, and presents the results of a longitudinal study of credit assignment practices in the fields of eco...
Tove Faber Frandsen, Jeppe Nicolaisen
JOI
2010
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Citing-side normalization of journal impact: A robust variant of the Audience Factor
The principle of a new type of impact measure was introduced recently, called the "audience factor" (AF). It is a variant of the journal impact factor where emitted cita...
Michel Zitt
JOI
2010
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q2-Index: Quantitative and qualitative evaluation based on the number and impact of papers in the Hirsch core
Bibliometric studies at the micro level are increasingly requested by science managers and policy makers to support research decisions. Different measures and indices have been d...
Francisco Javier Cabrerizo, Sergio Alonso, Enrique...
JOI
2010
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Can epidemic models describe the diffusion of topics across disciplines?
This paper introduces a new approach to describe the spread of research topics across disciplines using epidemic models. The approach is based on applying individual-based models ...
Istvan Z. Kiss, Mark Broom, Paul G. Craze, Ismael ...
JOI
2010
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Can information ethics be conceptualized by using the core/periphery model?
Dennis N. Ocholla, Omwoyo Bosire Onyancha, Johanne...
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