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et al. 2007b ). Indeed, except for the newly emerging zoonoses such as SARS and highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1, the vast majority of zoonoses affect mostly the poorest populations and are not prioritized by health systems at national and

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science, technology and society. The field of ecology has a long tradition of studies related to diversity. Consequently, there exists an extensive literature on measures of diversity within populations/communities and dissimilarity or similarity

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Introduction ASEAN countries collectively represent one of the most dynamic economies in the world. With a population of ∼600 million people (i.e., 9% of the world population), and a combined GDP of $1.8 trillion, the ASEAN

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) 311 – 320 . [31] Rao , C.R. , On the distance between two populations , Sankhya , 9 ( 1949 ) 246 – 248

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Taiwanese government, national health insurance covered 99% of Taiwan's population by 2009. Several dozens of millions of health service claims are sent to the Bureau of National Health Insurance (BNHI) monthly where these undergo quality assurance checks

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to draw inferences about the population of UK academics as a whole, the effect of disciplinary differences between the sample and the population must be removed. All analyses were therefore carried out on weighted data. Weights were calculated based

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included in the Google Scholar ( GS) database. In order to exploit the full potential of this comparative approach, we use the individual rather than either the published article or the journal as our unit of observation to identify the population of this

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Scientometrics
Authors: Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas, Raimundas Kirvaitis, and Eleonora Dagienė

) To estimate achievements of countries with a difference in population, the number of publications per million inhabitants is frequently used. Figure 2 provides this data with regard to four neighbouring countries –Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and

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Authors: Jacob B. Slyder, Beth R. Stein, Brent S. Sams, David M. Walker, B. Jacob Beale, Jeffrey J. Feldhaus, and Carolyn A. Copenheaver

forestry departments across ten major public universities in the United States; (2) within this same population compare self-citation practices and (3) compare the patterns of citation frequency that a paper received over its post-publication lifespan. Our

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Authors: Pleun van Arensbergen, Inge van der Weijden, and Peter van den Besselaar

terms of productivity (number of publications), and in terms of impact (number of citations). Materials and methods Comparing male and female researchers requires a good identification of the population. We use data on

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