Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 273 items for :

  • "Co-authorship" x
  • Refine by Access: All Content x
Clear All

; Beaver and Rosen 1978 ). Co-authorship network analysis has been widely used to study the cooperation of research groups in many disciplines. However, few researches have focused on the emergence of medical co-authorship networks in China. The

Restricted access

-cited rate, as well as the correlation between the author self-citations and the currency of references. Literature review Co-authorship Former studies have found that co-authored papers which were subject to

Restricted access

9 481 – 497 . GlÄnzel , W. 2001 National characteristics in international scientific co-authorship relations Scientometrics

Restricted access

systems (Etzkowitz and Leydesdorff 2000 ). However, the most salient development has been the role of international co-authorship relationships (Wagner 2008 ; Persson et al. 2004 ). Collaborations with international researchers in the formal literature

Restricted access
Scientometrics
Authors:
Shahadat Uddin
,
Liaquat Hossain
,
Alireza Abbasi
, and
Kim Rasmussen

Introduction and background A social network is a collection of individuals, each of whom is acquainted with some other subset of others by one or more different types of relations such as friendship, kinship and co-authorship

Restricted access

Abstract  

The issue of primary interest to this study is the collaboration that has taken place in science and technology (S&T) research in China. Due to our empirical evidences, the regions with higher relationship (network) capital enjoy higher knowledge productivity in terms of published articles. Our purpose in this paper is to investigate the relationships that exist between regional published articles and co-authorship in China covering the period from 1998 to 2007 by using Stata to investigate the relation between the regional publications and co-authored published articles. As main findings, the greater the number of co-authored articles that a region has, the greater their success, in terms of the number of articles published. Indeed, both domestic and international co-authorship have had positive effects on published article levels in China.

Restricted access

7 11 – 22 . Balaban , A. T. Klein , D. J. 2002 Co-authorship, rational Erdős numbers, and resistance distances in graphs

Restricted access

according to the properties that prompted the international collaborations that produced them and compares them to the international co-authorships that have swiftly increased over the span of 10 years. Despite the contributions made by previous

Restricted access
Scientometrics
Authors:
Zaida Chinchilla-Rodríguez
,
Anuska Ferligoj
,
Sandra Miguel
,
Luka Kronegger
, and
Félix de Moya-Anegón

network analyses have shown that co-authorship ties inside the disciplines are not necessarily socially cohesive. In these structures, some of the collaborative groups, which vary in size, are interconnected, while others are completely isolated (Newman

Restricted access

Abstract  

Scientific collaboration has become a major issue in science policy. The tremendous growth of collaboration among nations and research institutions witnessed during the last twenty years is a function of the internal dynamics of science as well as science policy initiatives. The need to survey and follow up the collaboration issue calls for statistical indicators sensitive enough to reveal the structure and change of collaborative networks. In this context, bibliometric analysis of co-authored scientific articles is one promising approach. This paper discusses the relationship between collaboration and co-authorship, the nature of bibliometric data, and exemplifies how they can be refined and used to analyse various aspects of collaboration.

Restricted access