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Whole counting vs. whole-normalized counting: A country level comparative study of internationally collaborated papers on Tribology [article]

B. Elango, P. Rajendran
2014 arXiv   pre-print
The purpose of this study is to compare the changing behavior of two counting methods (whole counting and whole-normalized counting) and inflation rate at country level research productivity and impact  ...  However, the result of t-test shows that there is significant difference in the three indicators (paper count, citation count and h-index) between the two counting methods.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors are thankful to Prof. Isola Ajiferuke (Faculty of Information and Media Studies, University of Western Ontario, Canada) for providing useful comments and suggestions.  ... 
arXiv:1410.2980v1 fatcat:kgcfmj6hkzg3nfhflmorlzrwge

Whole counting vs. whole-normalized counting: A country level comparative study of internationally collaborated papers on tribology

B. Elango, P. Rajendran
2017 International Journal of Information Dissemination and Technology  
The purpose of this study is to compare the changing behaviour of two counting methods (whole counting and whole-normalized counting) and inflation rate at country level research productivity and impact  ...  However, the result of t-test shows that there is significant difference in the three indicators (paper count, citation count and h-index) between the two counting methods.  ...  The authors also thank to Prof. Matilda S (Vice Principal and Dean, IFET College of Engineering, Villupuram, India) who helped us in proof reading the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.5958/2249-5576.2017.00010.3 fatcat:3sv6xwtvzjcj5guihzixcrsrmq

International collaboration and counting inflation in the assessment of national research productivity

Mu-Hsuan Huang, Chi-Shiou Lin
2010 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
In this paper we describe how different accounting procedures affected the counting of scientific paper numbers at the country level and the country ranks based on paper production quantity in physics.  ...  In contrast, the newly developed countries received more credit in the adjusted and straight count procedures.  ...  Although none of the aforementioned accounting procedures is perfect for research productivity assessment, the more convenient methods like normal count, adjusted count, and straight count continue to  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.14504701118 fatcat:uhb4has5ojclzkliktr2venh24

Co-authorship Credit Allocation Methods in the Assessment of Citation Impact of Chemistry Faculty

Jongwook Lee, Kiduk Yang
2015 Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science  
The inflated and fractional counting are two common methods used in research assessment (Hagen 2008 ).  ...  Impact of Chemistry Faculty 279 and Kim (2000) showed faculty research productivity of the chemistry department at SNU.  ...  [Appendix A] Citation scores of SNU chemistry faculty  ... 
doi:10.4275/kslis.2015.49.3.273 fatcat:gttno3njb5gmpiet6rltlgf2zm

India's rank and global share in scientific research – how publication counting method and subject selection can vary the outcomes [article]

Vivek Kumar Singh, Parveen Arora, Ashraf Uddin, Sujit Bhattacharya
2021 arXiv   pre-print
On the other hand, an independent report by National Science Foundation (NSF) of United States (US), ranks India at 3rd place on research output in Science and Engineering area.  ...  The publication counting method used and the subject selection approach are the two main exogenous factors identified to cause these variations.  ...  Many international as well as national reports are published focusing on assessment of research productivity, quality and impact.  ... 
arXiv:2007.05919v3 fatcat:mamu6l5ytvesbn2bhbomqeed5u

A quantitative ranking of Canada's research output of original human studies for the decade 1989 to 1998

R E Gagnon, A J Macnab, F A Gagnon
2000 CMAJ - Canadian Medical Association Journal  
Since 1987 research articles have been catalogued with the author's affiliation address in the 40 databases of the Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System (MEDLARS) of the National Library of  ...  The PubMed Web site of the National Library of Medicine was used to count medical articles archived in MEDLARS and published from Jan. 1, 1989, through Dec. 31, 1998.  ...  Canada's pattern of change in annual productivity most closely resembled that of the Netherlands and Italy (regression analysis), whereas Canada ranked ninth in having a stable pattern of change progressing  ... 
pmid:11216196 pmcid:PMC1232227 fatcat:kzg7vgo2pbfphohbkj5m3b4ed4

Building and Construction Research in Malaysia: A Bibliometric Analysis

Chan Toong Khuan, Faculty of Architecture Building and Planning, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
2019 Journal of Construction in Developing Countries  
National innovation or research funding policies must rigorously address both the quantity and quality of research outputs to accurately assess impact.  ...  The objectives are to identify the most productive research institutions and researchers, the research themes at these institutions, the output and impact of the research carried out and the most prolific  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author would like to thank Zuhairi Abdul Hamid, the Executive Director at the CREAM for the initial motivation for this research and discussions on current research at local universities  ... 
doi:10.21315/jcdc2019.24.1.4 fatcat:7ma2zoti2ffbdfd66bnmjgik64

Human Resources Development and Migration: New Potential Determinants for Monetary Policy

2013 Chinese Business Review  
The analysis is completed by the use of the ranking method, the conclusions stating once more the crucial importance of the human factor in drawing monetary policy decisions.  ...   The main objective of the present paper is to determine the potential impact the qualitative and quantitative tendencies in the labor market on the decisions which influence the design of monetary policy  ...  Table 8 8 Ranking Method-Indicators Regarding the R&D Sector Analysed for the Latest 12 Member States of the EU EU Country Indicators -year 2010 Ranking method Gross domestic expenditure on R&  ... 
doi:10.17265/1537-1506/2013.02.003 fatcat:e3pcs2rtozhuxnkbr6lusk3ju4

Notes and Communications

M. M. G. Fase
2007 De Economist  
This essay explores the occurrence of illusionary images or trompe-l'oeil in economics and their role in economic policy design.  ...  of scholarly productivity.  ...  They concern money illusion, consumer price measurement, the research on hyperinflation and the fashionable practice of citation analysis, i.e. counting the number of citations to assess scholarly productivity  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10645-007-9056-z fatcat:zrm6l7223bhsrjzjkfyyu4idqm

Assessment Of Money Illusion Impact On Individuals' Economic Behaviour In Lithuania

2016 European Scientific Journal  
The purpose of the paper is to evaluate money illusion impact on individuals' economic behaviour in Lithuania after assessment whether Lithuanians experience it.  ...  Euro illusion concept, which represents money illusion in countries that adopted the euro, became commonly used after money illusion has been identified and studied in a number of Euro zone countries.  ...  Methods of the research include systematic and comparative analysis of scientific literature, experimental study, and statistical methods.  ... 
doi:10.19044/esj.2016.v12n13p1 fatcat:jnf3y2wai5gzhdvzi7belsvdda

The Use of Bibliometrics for Assessing Research: Possibilities, Limitations and Adverse Effects [chapter]

Stefanie Haustein, Vincent Larivière
2014 Incentives and Performance  
The goal of this chapter is to inform the reader about bibliometrics in research assessment and explain possiblilities and limitations.  ...  The chapter concludes by summarizing the possibilities and limitations of bibliometric methods in research evaluation.  ...  With the increase of the use of quantitative methods to assess researchers, we can expect such duplication to become more important and, thus, to artificially inflate the output of researchers.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-09785-5_8 fatcat:ffmrkkw7wnf2hculvwbf242ygq

Journal Self-Citation XXII: On the Journal Impact Factor – A Historical Perspective

David E. Drew
2009 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
changes and quantum leaps in research quality at a number of institutions.  ...  These changes were reflected in significant impacts we found in the national data when we conducted the multivariate analyses. IV.  ...  He has assessed faculty scholarly productivity as a researcher, as a member of the CGU appointment, promotion and tenure committee, and as a dean.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02522 fatcat:6ohhv4egnfbyzp4geskitykzaq

Web citations in patents: Evidence of technological impact?

Enrique Orduna-Malea, Mike Thelwall, Kayvan Kousha
2017 Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
This article introduces methods to extract URL citations from patents and evaluates the usefulness of counts of patent web citations as a technology indicator.  ...  Overall, however, patent URL citations seem to be frequent enough to be useful for ranking major US and the top few UK universities if popular hosted subdomains are filtered out, but the hit count estimates  ...  Since web presence is important for this, the top 200 national universities listed in the most recent edition of the Ranking Web of World Universities (January 2015) for USA and UK were selected.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.23821 fatcat:2eb2tg2bxfc53ffytdewuzsb3a

Investigating Patterns of Research Collaboration and Citations in Science and Technology: A Case of Chiang Mai University

Boontarika Paphawasit, Ratapol Wudhikarn
2022 Administrative Sciences  
These findings can be used in the planning and managing process of producing scientific and technological research to improve the research quality, boost the research impact, and increase opportunities  ...  Citations were retrieved from the Scopus database and compared with their (1) number of authors, (2) type of publication, (3) gender of authors, (4) SJR values, (5) country of international collaborators  ...  When authors from high-impact countries came before, 67% of international bilateral collaborative research had an average citation impact greater than the average citation of purely domestic papers from  ... 
doi:10.3390/admsci12020071 fatcat:7gurcq3yqnh7tk2il5whd3uivu

The Publication Ranking Score for pediatric urology: Quantifying thought leadership within the subspecialty

Jessica C. Lloyd, Ramiro J. Madden-Fuentes, Caleb P. Nelson, Paul J. Kokorowski, John S. Wiener, Sherry S. Ross, Alexander Kutikov, Jonathan C. Routh
2013 Journal of Pediatric Urology  
PRS rankings resulted in a mean change in rank of 12 positions, compared to USNWR ranks. Of the top-10 USNWR hospitals, only 4 were ranked in the top-10 by the PRS.  ...  Clinical care parameters are frequently assessed by national ranking systems. However, these rankings do little to comment on institutions' academic contributions.  ...  urology programs in the country.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jpurol.2013.03.012 pmid:23622970 pmcid:PMC4088330 fatcat:kamvdprhqvgb7gpamfglsjsubm
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