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: Entrepreneurship and Regional Development (ERD), ETP, FamilyBusiness Review (FBR), ISBJ, JBV, JSBM, and SBE.
The analysis of the invisible college is based on the theoretical model proposed by Zuccala ( 2006 ) and further refined in Zuccala and van den
Clustering algorithms are used prominently in co-citation analysis by analysts aiming to reveal research streams within a
field. However, clustering of widely cited articles is not robust to small variations in citation patterns. We propose an
alternative algorithm, dense network sub-grouping, which identifies dense groups of co-cited references. We demonstrate the algorithm using a data set from the field of family
business research and compare it to two alternative methods, multidimensional scaling and clustering. We also introduce a
free software tool, Sitkis, that implements the algorithm and other common bibliometric methods. The software identifies journal-,
country- and university-specific citation patterns and co-citation groups, enabling the identification of “invisible colleges.”
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