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Handbook of quantitative science and technology research : the use of publication and patent statistics in studies of S&T systems

Author: H F Moed; Wolfgang Glänzel; Ulrich Schmoch
Publisher: Dordrecht ; London : Springer, 2011.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: H F Moed; Wolfgang Glänzel; Ulrich Schmoch
ISBN: 9789048167098 9048167094
OCLC Number: 751513288
Notes: Originally published: Dordrecht; London: Kluwer Academic, 2004.
Description: 1 v. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Preface. Editors' Introduction; Henk F. Moed, Wolfgang Glanzel, and Ulrich Schmoch. Part 1: Disciplinary Approaches. 1. Measuring Science; Anthony F.J. van Raan. 2. Econometric Approaches to the Analysis of Productivity of R&D Systems; Andrea Bonaccorsi and Cinzia Daraio. 3. Indicators for National Science and Technology Policy; Hariolf Grupp and Mary Ellen Mogee. 4. Keeping the Gates of Science Journals; Tibor Braun. 5. S&T Indicators for Policy Making in a Changing Science-Society Relationship; Remi Barre. 6. Paradigms and Trajectories of Technological Opportunities 1890-1990; Birgitte Andersen. 7. Science on the Periphery: Bridging the Information Divide; Subbiah Arunachalam. Part 2: General Methodology. 8. Data Mining and Text Mining for Science & Technology Research; Edda Leopold, Michael May, and Gerhard Paass. 9. Opening the Black Box; Sybille Hinze and Ulrich Schmoch. 10. Science Maps within a Science Policy Context; Ed C.M. Noyons. 11. Analysing Scientific Networks through Co-Authorship; Wolfgang Glanzel and Andras Schubert. 12. Patent Citations and the Economic Value of Patents; Bhaven N. Sampat and Arvids A. Ziedonis. 13. Scientific and Technological Performance by Gender; Fulvio Naldi, Daniela Luzi, Adriana Valente, and Ilaria Vannini Parenti. 14. The Use of Input Data in the Performance Analysis of R&D Systems; Marc Luwel. 15. Methodological Issues of Webometric Studies; Peter Ingwersen and Lennart Bjorneborn. Part 3: The Science System. 16. Descriptive versus Evaluative Bibliometrics; Thed van Leeuwen. 17. What Happens when Funding Is Linked to Publication Counts?; Linda Butler. 18. Internationalisation in Science in the Prism of Bibliometric Indicators; Michel Zitt and Elise Bassecoulard. 19. Analysis of Cross-DisciplinaryResearch through Bibliometric Tools; Maria Bordons, Fernanda Morillo, and Isabel Gomez. 20. Citations to Papers from Other Documents; Grant Lewison. 21. The Four Literatures of Social Science; Diana Hicks. 22. Evaluation of Research Performance and Scientometric Indicators in China; Bihui Jin and Ronald Rousseau. 23. Decomposing National Trends in Activity and Impact; Olle Persson and Rickard Danell. Part 4: The Technology System. 24. National Patterns of Technology Accumulation: Use of Patent Statistics; Lionel Nesta and Pari Patel. 25. Using Patent Citation Indicators to Manage a Stock Portfolio; Francis Narin, Anthony Breitzman, and Patrick Thomas. 26. Patent Data for Monitoring S&T Portfolios; Koenraad Debackere and Marc Luwel. 27. Patent Profiling for Competitive Advantage; Alan L. Porter and Nils C. Newman. 28. Knowledge Networks from Patent Data; Stefano Breschi and Francesco Lissoni. 29. Measuring the Internationalisation of the Generation of Knowledge; Dominique Guellec and Bruno van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie. Part 5: Science-Technology Interface. 30. Patents and Publications; Elise Bassecoulard and Michel Zitt. 31. Measuring and Evaluating Science-Technology Connections and Interactions; Robert J.W. Tijssen. 32. The Technological Output of Scientific Institutions; Ulrich Schmoch. 33. Specialisation and Integration; Stefano Brusoni and Aldo Geuna. 34. Science and Technology Systems in Less Developed Countries; Eduardo da Motta e Albuquerque. About the Authors. Subject Index.
Responsibility: edited by Henk F. Moed, Wolfgang Glñzel and Ulrich Schmoch.
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