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Scientometrics an International Journal for all Quantitative Aspects of the Science of Science, Comunication in Science and Science Policy

Vol. 84 N° 2 Agosto 2010
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Vol. 84 N° 1 Julio 2010
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Vol.  83 N° 2 Mayo 2010
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Vol.  83 N°  1 Abril de 2010
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Vol. 82 N° 3 Marzo 2010
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Vol. 81 N°3 2009
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Bibliometric analysis of biological invasions research during the period of 1991 to 2007
Hao Qiu and Yi-Feng Chen

Should we use the mean citations per paper to summarise a journal’s impact or to rank journals in the same field?
Michael C. Calver and J. Stuart Bradley

A geometric approach to the construction of scientific impact indices
Marek Gągolewski and Przemysław Grzegorzewski

Assessing scientific research performance and impact with single indices
John Panaretos and Chrisovaladis Malesios

Outcomes associated with ophthalmology, optometry and visual science literature in the Science Citation Index from mainland China, 2000–2007
Feng Zou, Mingxing Wu and Kaili Wu

Structural equation model with PLS path modeling for an integrated system of publicly funded basic research
Jiancheng Guan and Nan Ma

The speed of dissemination of information about the realization of the fourth passive electronic circuit element measured by Google hits
Imre Mojzes and Zoltán B. Farkas

An international comparison of relative contributions to academic productivity
Wen-Chi Hung, Ling-Chu Lee and Min-Hua Tsai

Is science becoming more interdisciplinary? Measuring and mapping six research fields over time
Alan L. Porter and Ismael Rafols

The role of correspondence sections in post-publication peer review: A bibliometric study of general and internal medicine journals
Erik Von Elm, Simon Wandel and Peter Jüni

 Vol. 81 N°2 2009
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Comparative study of h-index sequences
Leo Egghe

Institutional self-citation rates: A three year study of universities in the United States
Dean Hendrix

Quality is in the eye of the beholder? An evaluation of impact factors and perception of journal prestige in the UK
Jonathan C. Catling, Victoria L. Mason and Dominic Upton

A citation analysis of Catalan literary studies (1974–2003): Towards a bibliometrics of humanities studies in minority languages
Jordi Ardanuy, Cristóbal Urbano and Lluís Quintana

Editorial delay of food research papers is influenced by authors’ experience but not by country of origin of the manuscripts
Alfredo Yegros Yegros and Carlos B. Amat

Creation of journal-based publication profiles of scientific institutions — A methodology for the interdisciplinary comparison of scientific research based on the J-factor
Rafael Ball, Bernhard Mittermaier and Dirk Tunger

Relationship on research publications and productivity-export volumes for natural rubber
Narongrit Sombatsompop, T. Markpin, E. Wimolmala, P. Ratchatahirun, N. Premkamolnetr, B. Boonradsamee and W. Yochai

The influence of the applicants’ gender on the modeling of a peer review process by using latent Markov models
Lutz Bornmann, Rüdiger Mutz and Hans-Dieter Daniel

Neo-colonialism and research collaboration in Central Africa
Nelius Boshoff

The evaluation of scientific production: Towards a neutral impact factor
José María Gómez-Sancho and María Jesús Mancebón-Torrubia

Vol. 81 N°1 2009
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Péter Vinkler and Michel Zitt win the 2009 Derek John de Solla Price Medal

Countries positioning in open access journals system: An investigation of citation distribution patterns
Hajar Sotudeh and Abbas Horri

An author co-citation analysis of information science in China with Chinese Google Scholar search engine, 2004–2006
Ruimin Ma, Qiangbin Dai, Chaoqun Ni and Xuelu Li

A bibliometric study of bioinformatics research in South Africa
Mohohlo Molatudi, Neo Molotja and Anastassios Pouris

Flow and social relationships of knowledge in science, technology and innovation: A patentometric study of UNICAMP’s technological production
César Antonio Pereira and Rogério Eduardo Rodrigues Bazi

A comparison of methods for detecting hot topics
Yuen-Hsien Tseng, Yu-I Lin, Yi-Yang Lee, Wen-Chi Hung and Chun-Hsiang Lee

Defining triadic patent families as a measure of technological strength
Christian Sternitzke

Mapping review networks: Exploring research community roles and contributions
Alesia Zuccala and Peter Van Den Besselaar

The authorship and internationality of Industrial Engineering journals
Chiang Kao
The contribution of star scientists to overall sex differences in research productivity
Giovanni Abramo, Ciriaco Andrea D’Angelo and Alessandro Caprasecca

Vol. 80 N°3 2009Synthetic Organic Chemistry research: Analysis by scientometric indicators
G. Lalitha Kumari

International scientific collaboration of China with the G7 countries
Tianwei He

The internationalization of Chinese scientific journals: A quantitative comparison of three chemical journals from China, England and Japan
Tianwei He and Wei Liu

Characteristics and link structure of a national scholarly Web space: The case of South Korea
Young Mee Chung, So Young Yu, Yong Kwang Kim and Su Yeon Kim

A Hirsch measure for the quality of research supervision, and an illustration with trade economists
Frances P. Ruane and Richard S. J. Tol

Correlation between quality and quantity in scientific production: A case study of Iranian organizations from 1997 to 2006
Zouhayr Hayati and Saeideh Ebrahimy

Using neural network to analyze the influence of the patent performance upon the market value of the US pharmaceutical companies
Yu-Shan Chen and Ke-Chiun Chang

35 years and 160,000 articles: A bibliometric exploration of the evolution of ecology
Mark William Neff and Elizabeth A. Corley

Gender differences in patenting activity: An examination of the US biotechnology industry
G. Steven McMillan

Analysis of the medical and biological pain research literature in the European Union: A 2006 snapshot
Claude Robert, Concepción S. Wilson, Stéphane Donnadieu, Jean-François Gaudy and Charles-Daniel Arreto

Web 2.0 and its dimensions in the scholarly world
Heting Chu and Chen Xu

An intellectual property-based corporate strategy: An R&D spend, patent, trademark, media communication, and market price innovation agenda
Iraj Daizadeh

Measuring the influence of clinical trials citations on several bibliometric indicators
Antonio García Romero, José Navarrete Cortés, Cristina Escudero, Juan Antonio Fernández López and Juan Antonio Chaichío Moreno

Ranking of departments and researchers within a university using two different databases: Web of Science versus Scopus
Daniel Torres-Salinas, Emilio Delgado Lopez-Cózar and Evaristo Jiménez-Contreras

Emerging ties: Factors underlying China’s co-publication patterns with Western European and North American research systems in three molecular life science subfields
Koen Jonkers

Hierarchical linear models in psychiatry: A bibliometric study
Víctor H. Cervantes, Ana Cristina Santana, Georgina Guilera and Juana Gómez-Benito

Citations versus limitations of citations: beyond Hirsch index
Milan Randić

A new family of scientific impact measures: The generalized Kosmulski-indices
Vladimir G. Deineko and Gerhard J. Woeginger

Science and technology policies: A tale of political use, misuse and abuse of traditional R&D indicators
Elena Castro-Martínez, Fernando Jiménez-Sáez and Francisco Javier Ortega-Colomer

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
Catherine Lecocq and Bart Van Looy
Vol. 80 N°2 2009

Ulrich Schmoch and Anthony F. J. Van Raan

A bibliometric analysis of research related to ocean circulation
Weiwei Zhang, Weihong Qian and Yuh-Shan Ho

The h-index and its alternatives: An application to the 100 most prolific economists
Richard S. J. Tol

An axiomatic characterization of the ranking based on the h-index and some other bibliometric rankings of authors
Thierry Marchant

The relationship between reviewers’ quality-scores and number of citations for papers published in the journal Physics in Medicine and Biology from 2003–2005
Michael S. Patterson and Simon Harris

The salaries of Italian Renaissance professors
K. Brad Wray

Bibliometric characteristics of the journal Science: Pre-Koshland, Koshland and post-Koshland period
Liming Liang and Ronald Rousseau

Co-authorship and citation networks in Spanish history of science research
Julia Osca-Lluch, Elena Velasco, Mayte López and Julia Haba

Differentiating, describing, and visualizing scientific space: A novel approach to the analysis of published scientific abstracts
Eli M. Blatt

Full-text publications in peer-reviewed journals derived from presentations at three ISSI conferences
Rafael Aleixandre-Benavent, Gregorio González-Alcaide, Alberto Miguel-Dasit, Carolina Navarro-Molina and Juan Carlos Valderrama-Zurián

Collaboration and publication: How collaborative are scientists in South Africa?
Radhamany Sooryamoorthy

What do patent examiner inserted citations indicate for a region with low absorptive capacity?
Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro, Ignacio Fernández-de-Lucio, François Perruchas and Pauline Mattsson

Organizational and dynamical aspects of a small network with two distinct communities: Neo-creationists vs. Evolution Defenders
Anselmo Garcia Cantú and Marcel Ausloos

Status of India in science and technology as reflected in its publication output in the Scopus international database, 1996–2006
B. M. Gupta and S. M. Dhawan

A geostatistical analysis of geostatistics
Tomislav Hengl, Budiman Minasny and Michael Gould

Journals that increase their impact factor at least fourfold in a few years: The role of journal self-citations
Antonia Andrade, Raúl González-Jonte and Juan Miguel Campanario

The evaluation of scientific productivity in Brazil: An assessment of the mental health field
Renata R. Gonçalves, Christian Kieling, Rodrigo A. Bressan, Jair J. Mari and Luis A. Rohde

Publication activity in complementary and alternative medicine
Jenny-Ann Brodin Danell and Rickard Danell

Outperform your neighbors
András Schubert and Mihály Schubert
Vol. 80 N°1 2009
The citation impact outside references — formal versus informal citations
Werner Marx and Manuel Cardona

Nanobiotechnology as an emerging research domain from nanotechnology: A bibliometric approach
Yoshiyuki Takeda, Shiho Mae, Yuya Kajikawa and Katsumori Matsushima

Global stem cell research trend: Bibliometric analysis as a tool for mapping of trends from 1991 to 2006
Ling-Li Li, Guohua Ding, Nan Feng, Ming-Huang Wang and Yuh-Shan Ho

Empirical series of journal h-indices: The JCR category Horticulture as a case study
Yuxian Liu, I. K. Ravichandra Rao and Ronald Rousseau

Archiving research trends in LIS domain using profiling analysis
Heejung Kim and Jae Yun Lee

Evaluating reliability of co-citation clustering analysis in representing the research history of subject
Yueyang Zhao, Lei Cui and Hua Yang

A comparative study of first and all-author co-citation counting, and two different matrix generation approaches applied for author co-citation analyses
Jesper W. Schneider, Birger Larsen and Peter Ingwersen

Exploring the quality of environmental technology in Europe: evidence from patent citations
Manuel Acosta, Daniel Coronado and Ana Fernández

International differences of productivity in scholarly management knowledge
Ernesto R. Gantman

Scholarly research in LIS open access electronic journals: A bibliometric study
Bhaskar Mukherjee

Modeling idiosyncratic properties of collaboration networks revisited
Ergin Elmacioglu and Dongwon Lee

A new input indicator for the assessment of science & technology research?
Sonia M. R. Vasconcelos, Martha M. Sorenson and Jacqueline Leta

Publications: German economic research institutes on track
Rolf Ketzler and Klaus F. Zimmermann

Webometric analysis of Iranian universities of medical sciences
Farzaneh Aminpour, Payam Kabiri, Zahra Otroj and Abbas Ali Keshtkar

Analysis of the influence of the two types of the journal articles; theoretical and empirical on the impact factor of a journal
Gualberto Buela-Casal, Izabela Zych, Ana Medina, María I. Viedma Del Jesus, Susana Lozano and Gloria Torres

Networks of scientific journals: An exploration of Chinese patent data
Xia Gao and Jiancheng Guan
Vol. 79 N°3 2009
Citation analysis of Ted Nelson’s works and his influence on hypertext concept
Ming-Yueh Tsay

Expansion of scientific journal categories using reference analysis: How can it be done and does it make a difference?
Carmen López-Illescas, Ed C.M. Noyons, Martijn S. Visser, Félix De Moya-Anegón and Henk F. Moed

Mapping the web relations of science centres and museums from Latin America
Fábio C. Gouveia and Eleonora Kurtenbach

Influence of individual researchers’ visibility on institutional impact: an example of Prathap’s approach to successive h-indices
Ricardo Arencibia-Jorge and Ronald Rousseau

Gender differences in research productivity: A bibliometric analysis of the Italian academic system
Giovanni Abramo, Ciriaco Andrea D’Angelo and Alessandro Caprasecca

Comparing two “thermometers”: Impact factors of 20 leading economic journals according to Journal Citation Reports and Scopus
Vladimir Pislyakov

Patents and publications as sources of novel and inventive knowledge
Christian Sternitzke

How do latecomers catch up with forerunners? Analysis of patents and patent citations in the field of flat panel display technologies
Show-Ling Jang, Shihmin Lo and Wen Hao Chang

Is China also becoming a giant in social sciences?
Ping Zhou, Bart Thijs and Wolfgang Glänzel

What affects a patent’s value? An analysis of variables that affect technological, direct economic, and indirect economic value: An exploratory conceptual approach
Yong-Gil Lee

History of the journal impact factor: Contingencies and consequences
Éric Archambault and Vincent Larivière

Brazilian computer science research: Gender and regional distributions
Denis Arruda, Fábio Bezerra, Vânia Almeida Neris, Patricia Rocha De Toro and Jacques Wainera

Scholarly communication in transition: The use of question marks in the titles of scientific articles in medicine, life sciences and physics 1966–2005
Rafael Ball

Using co-outlinks to mine heterogeneous networks
Lola García-Santiago and Felix De Moya-Anegón
Vol. 79 N°2 2009
The Scholarly Database and its utility for scientometrics research
Gavin LaRowe, Sumeet Ambre, John Burgoon, Weimao Ke and Katy Börner

Properties of Hirsch-type indices: the case of library classification categories
Yuxian Liu and Ronald Rousseau

Trends in Russian research output in post-Soviet era
Valentina A. Markusova, Margriet Jansz, Alexandr N. Libkind, Ilya Libkind and Alexander Varshavsky

Applying bibliometric mapping in a high level science policy context
Mapping the research areas of three Dutch Universities of Technology
Ed C. M. Noyons and Clara Calero-Medina

Is HIV/AIDS in Africa distinct? What can we learn from an analysis of the literature?
Omwoyo Bosire Onyancha and Dennis N. Ocholla

The state of science and technology in Africa (2000–2004): A scientometric assessment
Anastassios Pouris and Anthipi Pouris

Aggregation properties of relative impact and other classical indicators: Convexity issues and the Yule-Simpson paradox
Suzy Ramanana-Rahary, Michel Zitt and Ronald Rousseau

Internationalisation of patents by Public Research Organisations from a historical and an economic perspective
Ana Romero-De-Pablos and Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro

Research quality and diversity of funding: A model for relating research money to output of research
Ulf Sandström

Do new SCI journals have a different national bias?
Robert D. Shelton, Patricia Foland and Roman Gorelskyy

Citation structure of an emerging research area on the verge of application
Henry Small and Phineas Upham

A structural analysis of benchmarks on different bibliometrical indicators for European research institutes based on their research profile
Bart Thijs and Wolfgang Glänzela

Strength and weakness of national science systems: A bibliometric analysis through cooperation patterns
Thed N. van Leeuwen

Introducing the Current Contribution Index for characterizing the recent, relevant impact of journals
Péter Vinkler

Mapping institutions and their weak ties in a specialty: A case study of cystic fibrosis body composition research
Liying Yang, Steven A. Morris and Elizabeth M. Barden

An analysis of the connection between researchers’ productivity and their co-authors’ past attributions, including the importance in collaboration networks
Fuyuki Yoshikane, Takayuki Nozawa, Susumu Shibui and Takafumi Suzuki
Vol. 79 N°1 2009
Preface: The 11th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics
Wolfgang Glänzel and Henk F. Moed

The lifespan of “informetrics” on the Web: An eight year study (1998–2006)
Judit Bar-Ilan and Bluma C. Peritz

Using detailed maps of science to identify potential collaborations
Kevin W. Boyack

Mapping the structure and evolution of chemistry research
Kevin W. Boyack, Katy Börner and Richard Klavans

Everything about genes: Some results on the dynamics of genomics research
Robert Braam

On Hirsch’s h, Egghe’s g and Kosmulski’s h(2)
Quentin L. Burrell

Research performance and bureaucracy within public research labs
Mario Coccia

A comparative analysis of publication activity and citation impact based on the core literature in bioinformatics
Wolfgang Glänzel, Frizo Janssens and Bart Thijs

Structure and research performance of Spanish universities
Isabel Gómez, María Bordons, M. Teresa Fernández and Fernanda Morillo

Open access scientometrics and the UK Research Assessment Exercise
Stevan Harnad

Local government web sites in Finland: A geographic and webometric analysis
Kim Holmberg and Mike Thelwall

Funding of young scientist and scientific excellence
Stefan Hornbostel, Susan Böhmer, Bernd Klingsporn, Jörg Neufeld and Markus von Ins

Are multi-authorship and visibility related? Study of ten research areas at Carlos III University of Madrid
Isabel Iribarren-Maestro, María Luisa Lascurain-Sánchez and Elías Sanz-Casado

Response Surface Methodology and its application in evaluating scientific activity
Evaristo Jiménez-Contreras, Daniel Torres-Salinas, Rafael Bailón Moreno, Rosario Ruiz Baños and Emilio Delgado López-Cózar
Vol. 78 N°3 2009
Quantitative analysis of Spanish university scientific output in the area of Legal and Forensic Medicine: International exposure

Javier Valles-Valenzuela, María D. Pérez-Cárceles, Eduardo Osuna and Aurelio Luna

The authorship and country spread of Operation Research journals
Chiang Kao

The extent of influence: An alternative approach to identifying dominant contributors to a discipline’s literature
Ron Johnston

The top 40 citation classics in the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology
Hua Yang

Scholarly collaboration between Europe and Israel: A scientometric examination of a changing landscape
Eric Zimmerman, Wolfgang Glänzel and Judit Bar-Ilan

Median age difference of references as indicator of information update of research groups: A case study in Spanish food research
C. B. Amat and A. Yegros Yegros

Testing bibliometric indicators by their prediction of scientists promotions
Pablo Jensen, Jean-Baptiste Rouquier and Yves Croissant

An empirical study of the accessibility of web references in two Chinese academic journals
Zhiqiang Wu

Socio-economic effects of the material science in JAERI
Kazuaki Yanagisawa and Shoji Takahashi

Does the human capital of teams of natural science authors predict citation frequency?
Paul F. Skilton
Vol. 78 N°2 2009
The international preliminary examination of patent applications filed under the Patent Cooperation Treaty — a proxy for patent value?
Christian Sternitzke

Evaluation of Moroccan research using a bibliometric-based approach: investigation of the validity of the h-index
Hamid Bouabid and Ben R. Martin

A new reference standard for citation analysis in chemistry and related fields based on the sections of Chemical Abstracts
Christoph Neuhaus and Hans-Dieter Daniel

Determinants of faculty research productivity in information systems: An empirical analysis of the impact of academic origin and academic affiliation
Rebecca Long, Aleta Crawford, Michael White and Kimberly Davis

An evaluation of research performance in management of 168 Taiwan universities
Chiang Kao and Hwei-Lan Pao

An analysis and comparison of scientometric data between journals of physics, chemistry and engineering
Ming-Yueh Tsay

Status of physics research in India: An analysis of research output during 1993–2001
B. M. Gupta and S. M. Dhawan

Is bigger necessarily better for environmental research?
René van der Wal, Anke Fischer, Mick Marquiss, Steve Redpath and Sarah Wanless

Co-authorship networks in social sciences: The case of Turkey
Cédric Gossart and Müge Özman

Garfield’s demon and “surprising” or “unexpected” results in science
Michal Jasienski
Vol. 78 N°1 2009
Bias in the journal impact factor
Jerome K. Vanclay

Redistributed random sampling method for categorizing materials research publications from SCI database: Metallurgy and polymer subfields
T. Buranathiti, N. Premkamolnetr, T. Markpin, P. Ratchatahirun, W. Yochai and N. Sombatsompop

Is the United States losing ground in science? A global perspective on the world science system
Loet Leydesdorff and Caroline Wagner

Incremental citation impact due to international co-authorship in Hungarian higher education institutions
Annamária Inzelt, András Schubert and Mihály Schubert

The most highly cited Library and Information Science articles: Interdisciplinarity, first authors and citation patterns
Jonathan M. Levitt and Mike Thelwall

Technological specialization and patenting strategies in East Asia — Insights from the electronics industry
Christian Sternitzke

Sustained impact of publications of C.V. Raman
E. R. Prakasan, V. L. Kalyane and Vijai Kumar

Growth cycles of knowledge
Marek Szydłowski and Adam Krawiec

Similarity measures for document mapping: A comparative study on the level of an individual scientist
Christian Sternitzke and Isumo Bergmann

Fluorine research in South Africa and four benchmarking countries: Comparative mapping and assessment
Anastassios Pouris

Vol. 77 N°3 2008
Modelling successive h-indices
Leo Egghe

Intellectual structure of Antarctic science: A 25-years analysis
Prabir G. Dastidar and S. Ramachandran

Do editors and referees look for signs of scientific misconduct when reviewing manuscripts? A quantitative content analysis of studies that examined review criteria and reasons for accepting and rejecting manuscripts for publication
Lutz Bornmann, Irina Nast and Hans-Dieter Daniel

Content assisted web co-link analysis for competitive intelligence
Liwen Vaughan and Justin You

A note on approximation of distribution function for the number of innovation activities
Seung-Hoon Yoo and Hye-Seon Moon

A bibliometric study of psychological research on tourism
Maite Barrios, Angel Borrego, Andreu Vilaginés, Candela Ollé and Marta Somoza

PhD theses in Spain: A gender study covering the years 1990–2004
Anna Villarroya, Maite Barrios, Angel Borrego and Amparo Frías

A variation of the calculation of the first author cocitation strength in author cocitation analysis
Bo Jarneving

Vol. 77 N°2 2008
National research contributions: A case study on Finnish biomedical research
Pentti Riikonen and Mauno Vihinen

Journal evaluation by environmental and resource economists: A survey
Sandra Rousseau

The state of the art in publication counting
Peder Olesen Larsen

Publication outlets and their effect on academic writers’ citations
Nigel Harwood

Is g-index better than h-index? An exploratory study at the individual level
Rodrigo Costas and María Bordons

Exploration of the evolution of nanotechnology via mapping of patent applications
Masatsura Igami

Chinese researchers returning home: Impacts of international mobility on research collaboration and scientific productivity
Koen Jonkers and Robert Tijssen

New exploratory work of evaluating a researcher’s output
Junping Qiu, Ruimin Ma and Ni Cheng

Bibliometric analysis of the Czech research publications from 1994 to 2005
Jiri Vanecek

Institutional h-index: The performance of a new metric in the evaluation of Brazilian Psychiatric Post-graduation Programs
Mariana Pires Da Luz, Carla Marques-Portella, Mauro Mendlowicz, Sonia Gleiser, Evandro Silva Freire Coutinho and Ivan Figueira

Vol. 77 N°1 2008
Mapping Korea’s national R&D domain of robot technology by using the co-word analysis
Bangrae Lee and Yong-Il Jeong

A scientometric analysis of international LIS journals: Productivity and characteristics
M. R. Davarpanah and S. Aslekia

Patterns of annual citation of highly cited articles and the prediction of their citation ranking: A comparison across subjects
Jonathan M. Levitt and Mike Thelwall

A comparison of overall and sub-area journal influence: The case of the accounting literature
Geert van Campenhout, Tom van Caneghem and Steve van Uytbergen

New evaluation indexes for articles and authors’ academic achievements based on Open Access Resources
Soo-Ryun Cho

Assessment of world aerosol research trends by bibliometric analysis
Shaodong Xie, Jing Zhang and Yuh-Shan Ho

Impact of health science research on the Spanish health system, based on bibliometric and healthcare indicators
M. Luisa Lascurain-Sánchez, Carlos García-Zorita, Carmen Martín-Moreno, Carlos Suárez-Balseiro and Elías Sanz-Casado

Comparisons of results of publication counting using different methods
Marianne Gauffriau, Peder Olesen Larsen, Isabelle Maye, Anne Roulin-Perriard and Markus von Ins

Bibliometric analysis of pentachlorophenol remediation methods during the period of 1994 to 2005
Yi Huang, Qing Yang and Xiaolan Ao

On some new bibliometric applications of statistics related to the h-index
Wolfgang Glänzel

Vol. 76 N°3 2008
Design and simulation on the publication delay control system
Guang Yu and Da-Ren Yu

Scientific literature cited in USPTO patent documents as indicators for the evaluation and analysis of Spanish scientific research in biomedical disciplines
Luis M. Plaza and Armando Albert

Does the aging of tenured academic staff affect the research performance of universities?
Svein Kyvik and Terje Bruen Olsen

Team consolidation, social integration and scientists’ research performance: An empirical study in the Biology and Biomedicine field
M. José Martín-Sempere, Belén Garzón-García and Jesús Rey-Rocha

Inter-country R&D efficiency analysis: An application of data envelopment analysis
Seema Sharma and V. J. Thomas

How to identify emerging research fields using scientometrics: An example in the field of Information Security
Woo Hyoung Lee

Objective assessment of scientific performances world-wide
Claudio Nicolini and Fabrizio Nozza

Institutional change and scientific research: A preliminary bibliometric analysis of institutional influences on Turkey’s recent social science publications
Çetin Önder, Mehmet Sevkli, Taner Altinok and Cengiz Tavukçuolu

Coexistence of university-industry relations and academic research: Barrier to or incentive for scientific productivity
Liney Manjarrés-Henríquez, Antonio Gutiérrez-Gracia and Jaider Vega-Jurado

Beyond the Durfee square: Enhancing the h-index to score total publication output
Thomas R. Anderson, Robin K. S. Hankin and Peter D. Killworth

Vol. 76 N°2 2008
New indicators linking patenting and business R&D expenditure
Luciano Lombardo

The measurement of Italian universities’ research productivity by a non parametric-bibliometric methodology
Giovanni Abramo, Ciriaco Andrea D’Angelo and Fabio Pugini

Scientific research competitiveness of world universities in computer science
Ruimin Ma, Chaoqun Ni and Junping Qiu

Representation of journals from five neighboring European countries in the Journal Citation Reports
Dario Sambunjak, Ana Ivaniš, Ana Marušić and Matko Marušić

Bibliographic coupling, common abstract stems and clustering: A comparison of two document-document similarity approaches in the context of science mapping
Per Ahlgren and Bo Jarneving

Scientific production and collaboration in Epidemiology and Public Health, 1997–2002
Albert Navarro and Miguel Martin

Hyperlink analysis for government websites of Chinese provincial capitals
Erjia Yan and Qinghua Zhu

An exploratory study on substantive co-link analysis: A modification to total co-link analysis
Junping Qiu, Yejun Li, Jiang Li and Quane Ren

An exploratory study on substantive co-link analysis: A modification to total co-link analysis
Junping Qiu, Yejun Li, Jiang Li and Quane Ren

International graduate training, digital inequality and professional network structure: An ego-centric social network analysis of knowledge producers at the “Global South”
Marcus Antonius Ynalvez and Wesley Shrum

A quantitative analysis of indicators of scientific performance
Sune Lehmann, Andrew D. Jackson and Benny E. Lautrup

Vol. 76 N°1 2008
The evaluation of university departments and their scientists: Some general considerations with reference to exemplary bibliometric publication and citation analyses for a Department of psychology
Günter Krampen

Scientometric definition of science: In what respect is the humanities more scientific than mathematical and social sciences?
Hajime Eto

Relation of seminal nanotechnology document production to total nanotechnology document production — South Korea
Ronald N. Kostoff, Ryan B. Barth and Clifford G. Y. Lau

Great expectations: The role of Open Access in improving countries’ recognition
Hajar Sotudeh and Abbas Horri

Ranking Taiwanese management journals: A case study
Chiang Kao, Hsiou-Wei Lin, San-Lin Chung, Wei-Chi Tsai, Jyh-Shen Chiou, Yen-Liang Chen,
Liang-Hsuan Chen, Shih-Chieh Fang and Hwei-Lan Pao

The mathematical relation between the impact factor and the uncitedness factor
Leo Egghe

How do we measure the use of scientific journals? A note on research methodologies
Golnessa Galyani Moghaddam and Mostafa Moballeghi

PageRank for bibliographic networks
Dalibor Fiala, François Rousselot and Karel Ježek

The delineation of nanoscience and nanotechnology in terms of journals and patents: A most recent update
Loet Leydesdorff

What makes an article influential? Predicting impact in social and personality psychology
Nick Haslam, Lauren Ban, Leah Kaufmann, Stephen Loughnan, Kim Peters, Jennifer Whelan and Sam Wilson

Vol. 75 N°3
A university-centred European Union link analysis
Mike Thelwall and Alesia Zuccala

A bibliometric analysis of hydrogen energy literature, 1965–2005
Ming-Yueh Tsay

Korean journals in the Science Citation Index: What do they reveal about the intellectual structure of S&T in Korea?
Han Woo Park and Loet Leydesdorff

Patent licensability and life: A study of U.S. patents registered by South Korean public research institutes
Yong-Gil Lee

Integration in Europe of human genetics results obtained by Spaniards in the USA: A historical perspective
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