Record number :
1016042
Title of article :
A ranking of universities should account for differences in their disciplinary specialization
Author/Authors :
Carmen L?pez-Illescas، نويسنده , , Felix de Moya Anegon، نويسنده , , Henk F. Moed ، نويسنده ,
Issue Information :
روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2011
Pages :
12
From page :
563
To page :
574
Abstract :
A bibliometric analysis of the 50 most frequently publishing Spanish universities shows large differences in the publication activity and citation impact among research disciplines within an institution. Gini Index is a useful measure of an institution’s disciplinary specialization and can roughly categorize universities in terms of general versus specialized. A study of the Spanish academic system reveals that assessment of a university’s research performance must take into account the disciplinary breadth of its publication activity and citation impact. It proposes the use of graphs showing not only a university’s article production and citation impact, but also its disciplinary specialization. Such graphs constitute both a warning and a remedy against one-dimensional approaches to the assessment of institutional research performance.
Journal title :
Scientometrics
Serial Year :
2011
Link To Document :
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