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Systemic analyses of national research systems are now within the reach of bibliometricians. By systemic we mean comprehensive, time series, institutionally based, sectoral level analyses of national research output. This paper describes such an analysis for the UK, a system comprising 8% of world scientific output. The paper analyses publishing size and the number of publishing institutions for each sector. Then each sector's intra-sectoral, inter-sectoral and international collaboration is assessed. The paper then examines the data by field, looking at sector publishing profiles across fields, and at how the collaborative patterns vary between fields. It concludes with a summary profile of each institutional sector.

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The aim of the present paper is to outline, briefly, what kinds of tendencies in intellectual history have had an impact on international Homeric scholarship in various ages and, mainly, to point out why in Hungary Homeric studies started relatively late and how they developed. Poets interpreted Homer rather quickly for themselves in harmony with the dominant ideas of various ages. Professional scholarship reacted slower, but by and by it made up its backwardness, now and then even superseding its models.

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This study on co-authorship networks in the area of nanostructured solar cells aims to contribute to a further understanding of the use of research evaluation measures of science output, impact and structure in an emerging research field. The study incorporates quantitative bibliometric methods of analysis and social network analysis in combination with a qualitative case study research approach. Conclusions drawn from the results emphasise, firstly, the importance of distinguishing between early and later phases of the evolution of a novel research field, and secondly, the application of a systemic view on learning processes and knowledge diffusion in a science-based technology field.

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), Jaarverslag . Katz , J S. , Hicks , D M. ( 1996 ), A Systemic view of British science , Scientometrics , 35 ( 1 ): 133 – 154 . Luwel , M ( 1999

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.E. , ‘ European Commission’s DG Trade tries to intervene for first time in an extra-EU BIT case to offer “systemicviews, but ill-timed application is rejected ’, IA Reporter (9 July 2014 a) <http://www.iareporter.com> accessed 9 February 2016

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, Hicks , DM 1996 A systemic view of British Science . Scientometrics 35 : 133 – 154 10.1007/BF02018237 . Katz , JS , Hicks , D 1997 How much is a collaboration worth? A calibrated bibliometric model

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choose the direction of future technology development toward a systemic view, understanding the benefits and cost new technologies will bring to the nation from the factors of culture, enactment, economy and society, but they must also consider its

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Organizational Change . Fifth ed. , JohnWiley & Sons, Inc . Vandenbosch , B. – Saatcioglu , A. – Fay , S. ( 2006 ): Idea Management: A Systemic View . Journal of Management Studies , 43 ( 2 ): 259 – 288 . 10.1111/j.1467-6486.2006.00590.x Wood , M

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years, innovation studies and related fields have started to put considerable emphasis on a systemic view. The interaction between the elements of innovation systems has drawn more and more attention (Granberg 1996 ; Lundvall 1992 ; Nelson 1993 ). The

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