Authors:Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas, Raimundas Kirvaitis, and Eleonora Dagienė
three Baltic States—Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
The paper discusses evolution of scientific publications issued in the Baltic States during the last 20 years of independence and referred in international databases. Special attention is given
Authors:Christian Gumpenberger, Juan Gorraiz, Wolfgang Glänzel, Koenrad Debackere, Stefan Hornbostel, and Sybille Hinze
huge success with highly positive and encouraging feedback from the participants, who came to Vienna from 22 countries (Algeria, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, Lebanon, Lithuania
, excluding Chile, Estonia, Israel, and Slovenia, 1 all of which gained memberships in 2010. Network data is generated from the online database of the ISI Web of Knowledge published by Thompson Reuters. This database allows to manually type in the search
, Iran, Pakistan, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Turkey, South Africa, Russia and other parts of the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe that have not yet declared themselves to be part of Europe; Estonia supports A&A: Ukraine does not, for instance
3–4% agrifood-related articles as a share of the total publication output. The figures for Iceland, Ireland, Norway, Estonia, Finland, Cyprus and Denmark vary between 3 and 4%. We should note that the Scandinavian countries, which were shown to be