Publications - Bibliometrie

Wolfgang Glänzel, et al. (2016) Data collection and use in research funding and performing organisations. General outlines and first results of a project launched by Science Europe. Scientometrics (2016) 106:825–835 (DOI 10.1007/s11192-015-1815-z)

Wolfgang Glänzel, Raphael Beck, Katrin Milzow, Stig Slipersæter, Gábor Tóth, Michał Kołodziejski, Pei-Shan Chi (2016) Data collection and use in research funding and performing organisations. General outlines and first results of a project launched by Science Europe. Scientometrics (2016) 106:825–835
DOI 10.1007/s11192-015-1815-z
 

Indicatorenboek 2015 (Inclusief geactualiseerde tijdsreeksen dd.15.11.2016)

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Wetenschaps-, Technologie- en Innovatiesysteem. Het brede spectrum van wetenschappelijk en technologisch onderzoek aan de Vlaamse
kennisinstellingen is daarbij vervolledigd met maatregelen en instrumenten om het innovatievermogen van de in Vlaanderen opererende

Flemish Indicatorbook

The Flemish Indicatorbook contains the policy indicators that shed a light on the Flemish potential in terms of science, technology and innovation. The Indicatorbook is being published every two years since 1999, coordinated by the Interuniversity Centre for Research and Development Monitoring (ECOOM).
 
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Proceedings bibliometrics group 2011

 
Meyer, M., Libaers, D., Thijs, B., Glänzel, W. (2011). The emergence of entrepreneurship as a research field. In : Proceedings of ISSI 2011 - the 13th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics, accepted. International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics. Durban (South Africa), 4-8 July 2011.
 

Bibliometrics group book chapters 2011

 
Debackere, K., Glänzel, W., Thijs, B. (2011). Bibliometrische analyse van het Vlaams onderzoek in de levens-, natuur- en techtische wetenschappen. Het Vlaams onderzoek in Europese context. In: Debackere K., Veugelers R. (Eds.), Vlaams Indicatorenboek, Chapt. 10 (pp. 153-172). Brussels (Belgium): . Vlaamse Overheid.
 
Thijs, B., Glänzel, W., Debackere, K. (2011). Dossier 4: Structurele analyse van institutionele onderzoeksprofielen. In: Debackere K., Veugelers R. (Eds.), Vlaams Indicatorenboek (pp. 268-273). Brussels (Belgium): . Vlaamse Overheid.
 

Bibiometrics group papers 2010

 

Meyer, M., Debackere, K., Glänzel, W. (2010). Can applied science be ‘good science’? Exploring the relationship between patent citations and citation impact in nanoscience. Scientometrics, 85(2), 527-539.

 

Bolaños-Pizarro, M., Thijs, B., Glänzel, W. (2010). Cardiovascular research in Spain. A comparative scientometric study. Scientometrics, 85(2), 509-526.

 

Braun, T., Glänzel, W., Schubert, A. (2010). On Sleeping Beauties, Princes and other tales of citation distributions…. Research Evaluation, 19(3), 195-202.

 

Proceedings bibliometrics group 2009

 
Thijs, B., Glänzel, W. (2009). A structural analysis of collaboration between European research institutes. In : Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics., 2009, (Larsen, B., Leta, J. (Eds.)). 12th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics. Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), 14-17 July 2009 (pp. 747-758). Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
 

Bibliometrics group book chapters 2009

 
Debackere, K., Glänzel, W., Schubert, A., Thijs, B. (2009). Dossier 3: Een nieuwe generatie relationele kaarten voor de beoordeling van citatie-impact. In: Debackere K. (Eds.), Vlaams Indicatorenboek. Wetenschap, Innovatie, Technologie., Chapt. Dossier 3 (pp. 241-248). Brussels (Belgium): . Vlaamse Overheid.
 

Bibliometrics group papers 2009

 

Zhang, L., Glänzel, W., Liang, Z. (2009). Tracing the role of individual journals in a cross-citation. Scientometrics, 81(3), 821-838.

 

Janssens, F., Zhang, L., De Moor, B., Glänzel, W. (2009). Hybrid clustering for validation and improvement of subject-classification schemes. Information Processing & Management, 45(6), 683-702.

 

Thijs, B., Zimmerman, E., Bar-Ilan, J., Glänzel, W. (2009). Israeli research institutes: a dynamic perspective. Research Evaluation, 18(3), 251-260.

 

Domain studies - Stem Cells - Analysis of an Emerging domain of Scientific and Technological Endeavour

Embryonic or somatic stem cells are seen as promising therapeutic tools for the treatment of number of several severe human diseases such as leukemia, diabetes, Parkinson disease, multiple sclerosis and other degenerative diseases. Embryonic stem (ES) cells have been isolated from the mouse more than twenty years ago, and it is only during the last five years that human ES cells have successfully been isolated and propagated in a very limited number of laboratories mostly in United States, Australia, Israel and Sweden.
 

Domain studies - Biotechnology

This report contains both a bibliometric analysis and a patent analysis of the domain of biotechnology in Flanders. It is modelled after the template that has been developed by Steunpunt O&O Statistieken and that has been applied earlier to the study of nanotechnology. The template is based on a systematic analysis of the two main data sources, bibliometric and patent data, available at Steunpunt O&O Statistieken.

Domain studies - Nanotechnology - An Analysis based on Publications and Patents

This report aims to provide a bibliometric and patent study of the field of nanoscience and technology (NST) in the period 1992-2001. The report consists of two parts, the first one analyses the scientific literature in this field, the second part is concerned with the analysis of patents issued in NST. A central element of bibliometric and patent research in an emerging field like NST is its delineation through a suitable search strategy.

Domain studies - Translational research

This report presents a first integrated analysis of the building blocks (scientific, technological, clinical and economic) for translational biomedical research in Flanders. The result of the mapping is a set of indicators that can be used by policy makers for determining a baseline of research, technological and economic activity in Flanders, to benefit from an increased focus on translational biomedical research. The report contains a detailed analysis of the position of Flanders with respect to the various building blocks of the translational biomedical innovation chain.