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. Calu , A. – Negrei , C. – Calu , D. A. – Avram , V. ( 2015 ): Reporting of Non-Financial Performance Indicators – A Useful Tool for a Sustainable Marketing Strategy . Amfiteatru Economic 17 ( 40 ): 977 – 993

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Authors: Elizabeth S. Vieira and José A. N. F. Gomes

highly valued at a certain moment. Academic performance is usually associated with the assessment peers make of the work of a certain individual and this is frequently related to raw indicators such as the number of documents, the type of journals where

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generations of references and citations (Hu et al. 2011a ). Relations between these structural indices are discussed and time series for the dynamic ones are drawn. Methods In order to show the meaning of these new indicators for

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. Online 16), (2002) Xiao SZ, Guo XM, Wang FL et al.: Evaluating two new indicators of cardiac reserve. IEEE Eng. Med. Biol. 22(4), 147–152 (2003) Wang F

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., Berhidi, A., Vasas, L., et al.: Hirsch-index for countries based on Essential Science Indicators data. Scientometrics, 2007, 73 (1), 91–117. 11 Iglesias, J. E

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( UNESCO, 2010 ). At the same time, increasing attention has been paid to evaluation and comparative studies. One way to analyze and compare various R&D systems and evaluate their performance is to use qualitative inputs and outputs. These indicators are

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into the Integrated Impact Indicator ( I 3). 1 The difference between I 3 and EEE is that I 3 takes the shapes of the distribution into account and allows for non-parametric significance tests, whereas Prathap's systems view ignores this shape

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From input to output indicators The post-World War II period can be divided into several periods as far as public science and technology (S&T) policies are concerned. Godin ( 2002 ), for instance, makes a distinction between a

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121 – 150 . 4. Moed , H. F. Van Leeuwen , T. N. Reedijk , J. 1999 Towards appropriate indicators of journal

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Authors: Ludo Waltman, Nees Jan van Eck, Thed N. van Leeuwen, Martijn S. Visser, and Anthony F. J. van Raan

(CWTS) of Leiden University, uses a standard set of bibliometric indicators (Van Raan 2005 ). Our best-known indicator, which we often refer to as the crown indicator, relies on a normalization mechanism that aims to correct for the field and the year

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