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data by year, author, affiliation and journal revealed interesting patterns in LIS research in Korea, some of which are: increasing trend for collaboration, robust research activity with foreign publications on the rise, and internationalization of LIS

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. 2004 ; Gazni and Didegah 2011 ; Gorraiz et al. 2011 ). Our study on RC is an attempt to estimate the degree of internationalization of academic institutions and regions. Furthermore potential influences of RC on excellence initiatives of

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highly cited authors and key schools with the mobility of these scholars through visiting, PhD studies and former professional links, helping to sustain the vigour of the network. Finally, the as yet rather limited internationalization of the

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Nemzetköziesítés a mesterképzésben

Internationalisation in Master’s Degree Programs

Educatio
Author:
Luca Alexa Erdei

-Marquez, B. L., Hurtado-Torres, N. E. & Bondar, Y. (2011) Internationalization of Higher Education: Theoretical and Empirical Investigation of Its Influence on University Institution Rankings

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This paper maps the domain of earth and environmental sciences (EES) and investigates the relationship between cognitive problem structures and internationalisation patterns, drawing on the concepts of systemic versus cumulative global environmental change (GEC) and mutual task dependence in scientific fields. We find that scientific output concentration and internationalisation are significantly higher in the systemic GEC fields of Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences and Oceanography than in the cumulative GEC fields Ecology and Water Resources. The relationship is explained by stronger mutual task dependence in systemic GEC fields. In contrast, the portion of co-authorships with developing, emerging and transition countries among all international publications is larger for Water Resources than for the three other fields, consistent with the most pressing needs for STI capacity development in these countries.

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This paper examines the extent of the 'home advantage' effect in the USPTO and the EPO patent data and in the OECD triadic patent families. By comparing a set of internationalisation indicators for a sample of European, US and Japanese MNEs it finds that, contrary to what is often assumed, this effect is not only present in the USPTO but also in the EPO. OECD triadic patent data, instead, are not biased towards any particular home country. It also finds that, because MNEs do not systematically file their patents with the EPO, the USPTO and the JPO, the OECD triadic patent family dataset excludes many patents, especially those invented in the US and accounted for in the USPTO, though it is mainly only low-value patents that are excluded. Thus OECD triadic patents can be considered a satisfactory alternative to the USPTO and the EPO for measuring R&D internationalisation.

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We discuss the internationalisation and the visibility of Chinese journals covered by the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI). Attention is focused on physics and chemistry journals. For these journals the country of origin of published papers and their citation patterns are analysed. As an indicator of internationality we further consider the composition of their editorial boards. It is concluded that even those Chinese journals that are covered by ISI are still rather "local" and suffer from a low visibility in the world. Yet we are optimistic about the future of Chinese science and its scientific journals.

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Online citation analysis

A methodological approach

Scientometrics
Authors:
F. Christensen
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P. Ingwersen

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The paper investigates the online citation analysis possibilities and limitations. The following online processing tools: RANK, MAP, and TARGET, provided by Dialog, are incorporated in order to perform analyses of citations to and from isolated sets of documents as well as to carry out diachrone journal analyses. These, analyses imply further to determine journal impact factors of ISI journals. Measures of the scope of internationalisation of journals are proposed and demonstrated. By the combined application of the RANK and TARGET commands we demonstrate a hitherto overlooked possibility of working with bibliographic coupling online and mapping of scientific fields.

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A large part of Social Sciences and the Humanities do not adapt to international proceedings used in English for scientific output on databases such as the Web of Science and Scopus. The aim of this paper is to show the different results obtained in scientific work by comparing Social Sciences researchers with those of other sciences in four Spanish universities. The first finding is that some Social Sciences researchers are somewhat internationalised. However, the majority of individuals who are prestigious in their local academic-scientific community do not even appear on the information sources mentioned above.

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International New Ventures . International Business Review 24 ( 4 ): 615 – 629 . Johanson , J. – Vahlne , J. E. ( 1977 ): The Internationalization Process of the Firm – A Model of

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