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Which scientific elites? : on the concentration of research funds, publications and citations
(Oxford University Press, 2010-03-01)
Using the population of all university professors (N=13,479) in the province of Quebec (Canada), this paper analyses the concentration of funding, papers and citations at the level of individual researchers. It shows ...
Scientific publications and patenting by companies : a study of the whole population of Canadian firms over 25 years
(Oxford University Press, 2011-05-01)
There is evidence in the literature that technological inventions have an increasing connection to scientific knowledge. This raises two related questions: (1) Are firms increasingly conducting scientific basic research? ...
Comparing bibliometric statistics obtained from the Web of Science and Scopus
(Association for information science and technology, 2009-04-13)
For more than 40 years, the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI, now part of Thomson Reuters) produced the only available bibliographic databases from which bibliometricians could compile large‐scale bibliometric ...
The decline in the concentration of citations, 1900–2007
(Association for information science and technology, 2009-01-29)
This article challenges recent research (Evans, 2008) reporting that the concentration of cited scientific literature increases with the online availability of articles and journals. Using Thomson Reuters’ Web of ...