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In a knowledge-based economy, a good overview of the scientific and technological portfolio is essential for policy formation and driving knowledge transfer to the industry and the broad public. In order to enhance open innovation, the Flemish public administration has created a Flanders research information portal that integrates information available from its data providers (research institutions, funding organizations…) using the Common European Research Information Format standard. Although this standard allows for almost unlimited flexibility for modelling the research information, it has limitations when it comes down to communication to end-users, in terms of semantics. However, interoperability of research information is only meaningful when a well-defined semantics is used and hence acts as a leverage for comparability of the information provided on the portal, including its derived services offered to the research community, research-driven organizations and policy makers. This paper describes the implementation of a business semantics tool that governs the meaning of the data concepts and classifi- cations used for research information, in particular research funding, as a means to unambiguously exchange and interpret research data.

Research information systems are often described as important tools to enhance open innovation, by directly gathering and unlocking information on scientific and technological research to stakeholders. Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) systems are mostly developed within a single organization with a context-specific vocabulary and generally use the Common European Research Information Format (CERIF) for data storage. Although CERIF allows for almost unlimited possibilities to model research information, it has - like any standard - limitations when it comes down to communication to end-users in terms of semantics. However, if one wants to exchange the information kept within CRIS systems, it is essential to include research information and classification governance as this is key to truly comparable and thus meaningful information. In this paper, we elaborate on research information and classification governance as a prerequisite for establishing true semantic interoperability of CRIS systems in inter-organizational contexts.

  • Broekaert Wouter, Andries Petra, Debackere Koenraad  (2016). Innovation processes in family firms: the relevance of organisational flexibility. Small Business Economics
  • Cincera M., Ravet J., Veugelers Reinhilde (2016). The sensitivity of R&D investments to cash flows: comparing EU and US world leading innovators by age cohort. Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 25(3), 304-320.
  • Glänzel Wolfgang, Thijs Bart, Chi Pei-Shan (2016). The challenges to expand bibliometric studies from periodical literature to monographic literature with a new data source: The Book Citation Index. Scientometrics
  • Hottenrott Hanna, Hall Bronwyn H., Czarnitzki Dirk (2016). Patents as quality signals? The implications for financing constraints on R&D. Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 25(3), 197-217.
  • Bakker Jurriën, Verhoeven Dennis, Zhang Lin, Van Looy Bart (2016). Patent citation indicators: One size fits all?. Scientometrics, 106(1), 187-211.
  • Rexhaüser S., Hottenrott Hanna, Veugelers Reinhilde (2016). Organisational change and the productivity effects of green technology adoption. Resource and Energy Economics
  • Sipido Karin, Glänzel Wolfgang (2016). Metrics Mania. Circulation
  • Verhoeven Dennis, Bakker Jurriën, Veugelers Reinhilde (2016). Measuring technological novelty with patent-based indicators. Research Policy, 45(3), 707-723.
  • Sipido Karin, Glänzel Wolfgang (2016). Letter by Sipido and Glanzel Regarding Article, “Poorly Cited Articles in Peer-Reviewed Cardiovascular Journals from 1997 to 2007: Analysis of 5-Year Citation Rates”. Circulation, 133(2), E22-E22.
  • Wang Jian (2016). Knowledge creation in collaboration networks: Effects of tie configuration. Research Policy, 45(1), 68-80.

 

Wolfgang Glänzel, Sarah Heeffer, Bart Thijs (2016). A triangular model for publication and citation statistics of individual authors. Scientometrics. 
DOI 10.1007/s11192-016-1870-0
 
Abstract (ENG): One of the most important requirements of building applicable models and meaningful indicators for the use of scientometrics at the micro and meso level is the correct identification and disambiguation of authors and institutes. Platforms like ResearcherID or ORCID with author registration providing high reliability but lower coverage now provide appropriate data sets for the development and testing of stochastic models describing the publication activity and citation impact of individual authors. This paper proposes a triangular model incorporating papers, citations and authors analogously to the dichotomous model used at higher levels of aggregation like countries or fields. This model is applied to a set of authors in any field of science identified by their ResearcherID. However, the main advantage of classical citation indicators to study citation impact under conditional productivity turned out to be the main problem in this triangle: the possible heterogeneity of the collaborating authors results in low robustness. A mere technical solution to this problem would be fractional counting at three levels but the conceptual issue, the different roles of co-authors causing this heterogeneity will never be solved by any algorithm.
 

Abstract (NL): Een van de belangrijkste vereisten om bruikbare modellen en indicatoren te ontwikkelen op het micro- en mesoniveau, is de correcte identificatie van auteursnamen en instituten. Ondanks de bekende volledigheidsproblemen, leveren registratieplatformen zoals ResearcherID of ORCID, waarbij auteurs zichzelf en hun werk kunnen registreren, betrouwbare databronnen op om de publicatie-activiteit en citatie-impact van individuele auteurs met stochastische modellen te kunnen onderzoeken. In dit artikel wordt een triangulair model voorgesteld waarbij de artikels, citaties en auteurs door specifieke, welbepaalde relaties met elkaar verbonden zijn.

De mogelijkheid citatie-impact in afhankelijkheid van de individuele publicatie-activiteit in kaart te brengen, wat anders het voordeel van klassieke citatie-indicatoren uitmaakt, blijkt in dit model juist het probleem te zijn: de mogelijke heterogeniteit van de individuele profielen van de medeauteurs resulteert in een lage robuustheid van de indicatoren. Een louter technische oplossing voor dit probleem zou een fractionele telling van publicaties en citaties kunnen zijn, maar het fundamentele probleem dat medeauteurs verschillende rollen, onder meer in hun vakprofiel, hun academische status en hun betrokkenheid op projectniveau, de facto hebben, zal nooit helemaal kunnen opgelost worden door eender welk algoritme.

 

Lin Zhang, Wolfgang Glänzel, Fred Y. Ye (2016) The Dynamic evolution of core documents: an experimental study based on h-related literature (2005–2013). Scientometrics (2016) 106:369–381.
DOI 10.1007/s11192-015-1705-4
 
Abstract (ENG): Using the example of the ‘h-related’ publication dataset created for a previous study on the literature of Hirsch-type measures (Zhang et al. in J Informetri 5(3):583–593, 2011) and updated for the present paper, we attempt to study the robustness and dynamic evolution of ‘core documents’. With using two different methods that have been recently introduced in the context of the detection and analysis of emerging topics (Gla¨nzel and Thijs in Scientometrics 91(2):399–416, 2012), we show that the applied methods prove both stable and representative. Furthermore, the evolution of the core-document network represents and follows the general trends topic development in terms of focus shift from theory to application in an adequate manner.
 
Abstract (NL): Dit artikel onderzoekt de robuustheid en dynamische evolutie van zogenaamde kerndocumenten op basis van een specifieke, welbepaalde publicatieverzameling: de tijdschriftenliteratuur met betrekking tot de h-index en verwante thema’s. Aan de hand van twee verschillende methoden, die recent door Glänzel en Thijs in het kader van de analyse van opkomende topics geïntroduceerd zijn, wordt aangetoond dat de toegepaste methoden zowel stabiel als representatief zijn. De evolutie van het kerndocumentennetwerk vertegenwoordigt en volgt de algemene trend van het onderzoeksthema waarbij een zekere verschuiving van de focus van theorie naar toepassing waarneembaar is.

Stevens Hilde, Van Overwalle Geertrui, Van Looy Bart, Huys Isabelle (2016). IP policies in early-phase research in public-private partnerships: an overview and assessment of current practices. Nature Biotechnology.

Abstract (ENG): An Intellectual Property (IP) policy analysis reveals the use of a variety of IP frameworks within early-phase biomedical Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs). Dependent on the nature of the research objectives, enacted IP frameworks or „knowledge sharing strategies‟ differ, ranging from „partnership oriented‟ models towards „open‟ models. While this variation seems instrumental to accommodate the variety in terms of objectives and (funding) partners present within PPPs, we also frequently observe vagueness and implicitness in terms of IP policies deployed. This latter feature seems to be less instrumental as coordination costs (within and outside the PPPS) are likely to increase.

Abstract (NL): Een analyse van het beheer van intellectueel eigendom (IE) wijst op het gebruik van een veelheid aan IE mechanismen in vroeg-stadium biomedische samenwerkingsverbanden tussen publieke en private partners (PPP’s). De schikkingen betreffende IE en het delen van kennis zijn afhankelijk van de aard van de onderzoeksobjectieven; en kunnen gaan van “samenwerkingsgerichte” modellen naar “open” modellen. Deze veelheid lijkt enerzijds instrumenteel om de veelheid aan objectieven en partners in PPP’s te accommoderen. Anderzijds merken we vaak enige vaagheid en een impliciet karakter van de schikkingen betreffende IE; dit maakt het IE kader minder instrumenteel omdat het coördinatiekosten binnen en buiten de samenwerkingsverbanden doet stijgen. 

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In a knowledge-based economy, a good overview of the scientific and technological portfolio is essential for policy formation and driving knowledge transfer to the industry and the broad public. In order to enhance open innovation, the Flemish public administration has created a Flanders research information portal (FRIS, http://www.researchportal.be) that integrates information available from its data providers (research institutions, funding organizations…) using the CERIF (The Common European Research Information Format) standard. Although this standard allows for almost unlimited flexibility for modelling the research information, it has limitations when it comes down to communication to end-users, in terms of semantics. However, interoperability of research information is only meaningful when a well-defined semantics is used. This paper describes the implementation of a business semantics tool on data concepts and classifications for research funding as a means to unambiguously exchange and interpret these data.

  • Winkler Anne E., Glänzel Wolfgang, Levin Sharon, Stephan Paula (2015). The diffusion of the internet and the increased propensity of teams to transcend institutional and national borders. Revue Economique, 66(1), 115-142.
  • Chi Pei-Shan, Thijs Bart, Glänzel Wolfgang (2015). The Challenges to Embody a New Data Source: The Book Citation Index. ISSI Newsletter, 2015(11 (1)), 24-29.
  • Arts Sam, Veugelers Reinhilde (2015). Technology Familiarity, Recombinant Novelty and Breakthrough Invention. Industrial and Corporate Change, 24(6), 1215-1246.
  • Callaert Julie, Landoni Paolo, Van Looy Bart, Verganti Roberto (2015). Scientific yield from collaboration with industry: The relevance ofresearchers’ strategic approaches. Research Policy, 44(4), 990-998.
  • Wang Jian, Hicks Diana (2015). Scientific teams: Self-assembly, fluidness, and interdependence. Journal of Informetrics, 9(1), 197-207.
  • Czarnitzki Dirk, Delanote Julie (2015). R&D policies for young SMEs: input and output effects. Small Business Economics, 45(3), 465-485.
  • Czarnitzki Dirk, Hussinger Katrin, Schneider Cédric (2015). R&D collaboration with uncertain intellectual property rights. The Review of Industrial Organization, 46(2), 183-204.
  • Balsmeier Benjamin, Czarnitzki Dirk (2015). Ownership concentration, institutional development and firm performance in Central and Eastern Europe. Managerial and Decision Economics.
  • Meng Xiangfeng, Liu Xinhai, Tong YunHai, Glänzel Wolfgang, Tan Shaohua (2015). Multi-view clustering with exemplars for scientific mapping. Scientometrics, 105(3), art.nr. DOI 10.1007/s11192-015-1682-7, 1527-1552.
  • Wang Jian, Thijs Bart, Glänzel Wolfgang (2015). Interdisciplinarity and impact: Distinct effects of variety, balance, and disparity. PLoS One, 10(5), art.nr. e0127298
  • Stevens Hilde, Van Overwalle Geertrui, Van Looy Bart, Huys Isabelle (2015). Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) Case Study Analysis Reveals the True Added Value of Early-Phase Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs). Biotechnology Law Report, 34(4), 153-165.
  • Veugelers Reinhilde, Schweiger Helena (2015). Innovation policies in transition countries: one size fits all?. Economic Change and Restructuring, published online 19th June 2015.
  • Veugelers Reinhilde, Cincera Michele (2015). How to turn on the innovation growth machine in Europe. Intereconomics, 50.2015(1), 4-9.
  • Colombo M., Franzoni C., Veugelers Reinhilde (2015). Going radical: Producing and transferring disruptive innovation. Journal of Technology Transfer, 40(4), 663-669.
  • Glänzel Wolfgang, Schubert András (2015). Foreword to the ‘‘Case Studies in Scientometrics’’ special issues (Editorial). Scientometrics, 105(2), art.nr. 10.1007/s11192-015-1755-7, 1-3.
  • Kovács Adrián, Van Looy Bart, Cassiman Bruno (2015). Exploring the scope of open innovation: A bibliometric review of a decade of research. Scientometrics
  • Balsmeier Benjamin, Delanote Julie (2015). Employment growth heterogeneity under varying intellectual property rightsregimes in European transition economies: young vs. mature innovators. Journal of Comparative Economics, 43(4), 1069-1084.
  • Magerman Tom, Van Looy Bart, Debackere Koenraad (2015). Does involvement in patenting jeopardize one’s academic footprint? An analysis of patent-paper pairs in biotechnology. Research Policy, 44(9), 1702-1713.
  • Zhang Lin, Rousseau Ronald, Glänzel Wolfgang (2015). Diversity of references as an indicator for interdisciplinarity of journals: Taking similarity between subject fields into account. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology
  • Czarnitzki Dirk, Grimpe Christoph, Toole Andrew A. (2015). Delay and secrecy: Does industry sponsorship jeopardize disclosure of academic research. Industrial and Corporate Change, 24(1), 251-279.
  • Lee You-Na, Walsh John P., Wang Jian (2015). Creativity in scientific teams: Unpacking novelty and impact. Research Policy, 44(3), 684-697.
  • Glänzel Wolfgang, Braun Tibor, András Schubert András, Zosimo-Landolfo Guido  (2015). Coping with copying. Scientometrics, 102(1), 1-3.
  • Wang L., Thijs Bart, Glänzel Wolfgang (2015). Characteristics of international collaboration in sport sciences publications and its influence on citation impact. ISSI Newsletter, 11(2), art.nr. 10.1007/s11192-015-1735-y, 40-63.
  • Wang Lei, Thijs Bart, Glänzel Wolfgang (2015). Characteristics of international collaboration in sport sciences publications and its influence on citation impact. Scientometrics, 105(2), 843-862.
  • Chi Pei-Shan (2015). Changing publication and citation patterns in political science in Germany. Scientometrics, 105(3), 1833-1848.
  • Glänzel Wolfgang  (2015). Bibliometrics-aided retrieval – where information retrieval meets scientometrics. Scientometrics, 102(3), 2215-2222.
  • Thijs Bart, Zhang Lin, Glänzel Wolfgang (2015). Bibliographic coupling and hierarchical clustering for the validation and improvement of subject-classification schemes. Scientometrics, 105(3), art.nr. 10.1002/asi.23487, 1453-1467.
  • Della Malva Antonio, Kelchtermans Stijn, Leten Bart, Veugelers Reinhilde (2015). Basic Science as a Prescription for Breakthrough Inventions in the Pharmaceutical Industry. Journal of Technology Transfer, 40(4), 670-695.
  • Czarnitzki Dirk, Grimpe C., Pellens Maikel (2015). Access to research inputs: open science versus the entrepreneurial university. Journal of Technology Transfer, 40, 1050-1063.
  • Lecocq Cathy, Van Looy Bart (2015). What differentiates top regions in the field of biotechnology? An empirical study of the texture 5 characteristics of biotech regions in North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. Industrial and Corporate Change, 1-18.
  • Glänzel Wolfgang, Gorraiz J. (2015). Usage metrics versus altmetrics: Confusing terminology?. Scientometrics, 102(3), 2161-2164.
  • Toole Andrew A., Czarnitzki Dirk, Rammer Christian (2015). University research alliances, absorptive capacity, and the contribution of startups to employment growth. Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 24(5), 532-549.
  • Weckowska D., Twigg D., Libaers D., Meyer Martin, Debackere Koenraad (2015). University patenting and technology commercialization – Legal frameworks and the importance of local practice. R&D Management
  • Veugelers Reinhilde, Van Bouwel Linda (2015). The effects of international mobility on European researchers: comparing intra-EU and US mobility. Research in Higher Education, 56(4), 360-377.
  • Thijs, B., Glänzel, W., Meyer, M. (2015). Using noun phrases extraction for the improvement of hybrid clustering with text- and citation-based components. The example of “Information system research”. Proceedings of the Workshop Mining Scientific Papers: Computational Linguistics and Bibliometrics: Vol. Vol-1384. International Society of Scientometrics and Informetrics Conference (ISSI). Istanbul (Turkey), 29 june 2015 (art.nr. http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1384/).
  • Glänzel, W., Thijs, B. (2015). Using hybrid methods and `core documents’ for the representation of clusters and topics. The astronomy dataset. In Tonta, Y. (Ed.), Sugimoto, C. (Ed.), Al, U. (Ed.), Proceedings of ISSI 2015 - The 15th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics: Vol. 2015. ISSI 2015 - The 15th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics. Istanbul (Turkey), 2015 (pp. 1085-1090).
  • Gal, D., Sipido, K., Glänzel, W. (2015). Using bibliometrics-aided retrieval to delineate the field of cardiovascular research. In Salah, A. (Ed.), Tonta, Y. (Ed.), Sugimoto, C. (Ed.), Al, U. (Ed.), Proceedings of ISSI 2015 – The 15th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics: Vol. 2015. ISSI 2015 – The 15th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics. Istanbul (Turkey), 2015 (pp. 1018-1023).
  • Abdulhayoglu, M., Thijs, B. (2015). Use of CrossRef and OAI-PMH to enrich bibliographical databases. Proceedings of ISSI 2015 Istanbul: 15th International Society of Scientometrics and Informetrics Conference. International Society of Scientometrics and Informetrics Conference. Istanbul (Turkey), 29 June - 3 July 2015 (pp. 1196-1197). Istanbul (Turkey): Bogaziçi University Printhouse.
  • Wang, J., Thijs, B., Glänzel, W. (2015). Interdisciplinarity and impact: Distinct effects of variety, balance, and disparity. In Salah, A. (Ed.), Tonta, Y. (Ed.), Sugimoto, C. (Ed.), Al, U. (Ed.), Proceedings of ISSI 2015 – The 15th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics: Vol. 2015. International Conference on Scientometrics & Informetrics. Istanbul (Turkey), 29 June - 4 July 2015 (pp. 460-468).
  • Chi, P., Jeuris, W., Thijs, B., Glänzel, W. (2015). Book Bibliometrics ¬ A new perspective and challenge in indicator building based on the Book Citation Index. In Salah, A. (Ed.), Tonta, Y. (Ed.), Sugimoto, C. (Ed.), Al, U. (Ed.), Proceedings of ISSI 2015 – The 15th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics: Vol. 2015. ISSI 2015 – The 15th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics. Istanbul (Turkey), 2015 (pp. 1161-1169).
  • Zhang, L., Glänzel, W., Ye, F. (2015). An experimental study on the dynamic evolution of core documents. In Salah, A. (Ed.), Tonta, Y. (Ed.), Sugimoto, C. (Ed.), Al, U. (Ed.), Proceedings of ISSI 2015 – The 15th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics: Vol. 2015. ISSI 2015 – The 15th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics. Istanbul (Turkey), 2015 (pp. 897-898).
  • Glänzel, W., Heeffer, S., Thijs, B. (2015). A model for publication and citation statistics of individual authors. In Tonta, Y. (Ed.), Sugimoto, C. (Ed.), Al, U. (Ed.), Proceedings of ISSI 2015 – The 15th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics: Vol. 2015. ISSI 2015 – The 15th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics. Istanbul (Turkey), 2015 (pp. 942-952).
  • Glänzel, W., Chi, P. (2015). A comparative study of citation distributions of books and journal articles in three fields and implications for indicator building. Proceedings of STI 2015 Lugano. International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators. Lugano (Italy), 2-4 September 2015 (pp. 55-58) Università della Svizzera italiana.

 

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
 
Abstract: A work strand planned by the Science Europe Working Group on Research Policy and Programme Evaluation aims at mapping the state of affairs in data collection and their use at European funding and research organisations. In particular, the project identifies and proposes solutions for issues experienced by the Member Organisations (MO) regarding collection, standardisation and treatment of data related to the analysis and ex-post evaluation of activities funded or performed by MOs. This is implemented through a survey sent to the MOs. The survey was analysed with special attention to the particular needs of funding and performing organisations. On the basis of the results and the discussion among the work strand members and within the WG, we draw a preliminary set of conclusions to produce guidance on relevant topics, including researcher and funding identification, potential, properties and limitations of data and indicators that are used in the context of measurement of research output and its assessment, classification systems used in sciences systems including their various types and issues of availability, confidentiality and harmonisation of data and indicators. Feedback from such discussions will be used to identify areas for further action by Science Europe.
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Verleysen Frederik, Engels Tim (2014). Barycenter representation of book publishing internationalization in the Social Sciences and Humanities. In: Journal of Informetrics, 8, 234–240, DOI 10.1016/j.joi.2013.11.008.

Verleysen Frederik, Engels Tim (2014). Internationalization of peer reviewed and non-peer reviewed book publications in the Social sciences and Humanities, in: Scientometrics, DOI 10.1007/s11192-014-1267-x.

Hanne Derycke, Katia Levecque, Noëmi Debacker, Karen Vandevelde and Frederik Anseel (2014). STI Leiden 2014. Factors influencing the scientific productivity of PhD students. In: Proceedings of the science and technology indicators conference 2014 Leiden. "Context Counts: Pathways to Master Big and Little Data". p 155-163.
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Hannelore De Grande, Katrien De Boyser, Karen Vandevelde, Ronan Van Rossem. 2014. Journal of the Knowledge Economy. 5(3). p.538-561.
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Rahman Jakaria A.I.M., Guns Raf, Rousseau Ronald, Engels Tim C.E. (2014). Assessment of expertise overlap between an expert panel and research groups, in: Context counts : pathways to master big and little data : STI 2014 Leiden : proceedings of the Science and Technology Indicators Conference, 3-5 September 2014 in Leiden, the Netherlands / Noyons, Ed [edit.]

  • Chi Pei-Shan (2014). Which role do non-source items play in the social sciences? A case study in political science in Germany. Scientometrics, 101(2), 1195-1213.
  • Wang Jian (2014). Unpacking the Matthew effect in citations. Journal of Informetrics, 8(2), 329-339.
  • Czarnitzki Dirk, Rammer Christain, Toole Andrew A. (2014). University spinoffs and the “Performance premium”. Small Business Economics, 43(2), 309-332.
  • Glänzel Wolfgang, Thijs Bart, Debackere Koenraad (2014). The application of citation-based performance classes to the disciplinary and multidisciplinary assessment in national comparison and Institutional Research Assessment. Scientometrics, 101(2), 939-952.
  • Cappelli R., Czarnitzki Dirk, Kraft K. (2014). Sources of spillovers for imitation and innovation. Research Policy, 43(1), 115-120.
  • Callaert Julie, Pellens Maikel, Van Looy Bart (2014). Sources of inspiration? Making sense of scientific references in patents. Scientometrics, 98(3), 1617-1629.
  • Andries Petra, Czarnitzki Dirk (2014). Small firm innovation performance and employee involvement. Small Business Economics, 43(1), 21-38.
  • Andries Petra, Thorwarth Susanne (2014). Should firms outsource their basic research? The impact of firm size on in-house versus outsourced R&D productivity. Creativity and Innovation Management, 23(3), 303-317.
  • Leten Bart, Landoni P., Van Looy Bart (2014). Science or graduates: How do firms benefit from the proximity of universities?. Research Policy, 43(8), 1398-1412.
  • Schubert András, Glänzel Wolfgang (2014). Plagiarism: A non-apology. ISSI Newsletter, 10(2), 27-28.
  • Frietsch Rainer, Neuhäusler Peter, Jung Taehyun, Van Looy Bart (2014). Patent indicators for macroeconomic growth — the value of patents. Technovation, 34(9), 546-558.
  • Meyer M. , Libaers D. , Thijs Bart , Grant K. , Glänzel Wolfgang , Debackere Koenraad  (2014). Origin and emergence of entrepreneurship as a research field. Scientometrics, 98(1), 473-485.
  • Glänzel Wolfgang (2014). On co-authorship at the individual level. Transinformacao, 26(3), 229-238.
  • Wang Jian, Liang Z., Xue L. (2014). Multinational R&D in China: Differentiation and integration of global R&D networks. International Journal of Technology Management, 65(1/2/3/4), 96-124.
  • Czarnitzki Dirk, Lopes Bento Cindy (2014). Innovation subsidies: Does the funding source matter for innovation intensity and performance? Empirical evidence from Germany. Industry and Innovation, 21(5), 380-409.
  • Bornmann L., Leydesdorff L., Wang Jian (2014). How to improve the prediction based on citation impact percentiles for years shortly after the publication date?. Journal of Informetrics, 8(1), 175-180.
  • Glänzel Wolfgang, Persson Olle (2014). Growing h-index for some price medalists. ISSI Newsletter, 10(1), 21-23.
  • Glänzel Wolfgang (2014). Greetings from the new Editor-in-Chief. Scientometrics, 98(1), 3-4.
  • Czarnitzki Dirk, Etro Federico, Kraft Kornelius (2014). Endogenous market structures and innovation by leaders: an empirical test. Economica, 81(321), 117-139.
  • Persson O., Glänzel Wolfgang (2014). Discouraging honorific authorship. Scientometrics, 98(2), 1417-1419.
  • Cincera Michele, Veugelers Reinhilde (2014). Differences in the rates of return to R&D for European and US young leading R&D firms. Research Policy, 43(8), 1413-1421.
  • Wang Jian, Mei Yajun, Hicks Diana (2014). Comment on “Quantifying long-term scientific impact”. Science, 345(6193), 149-149.
  • Belderbos Rene, Cassiman Bruno, Faems Dries, Leten Bart, Van Looy Bart (2014). Co-ownership of intellectual property: Exploring the value-appropriation and value-creation implicationsof co-patenting with different partners. Research Policy, 43(5), 841-852.
  • Belderbos Rene, Van Roy Vincent, Leten Bart, Thijs Bart (2014). Academic research strengths and multinational firms’ foreign R&D location decisions: Evidence from R&D investments in European regions. Environment and Planning A, 46(4), 920-942.

 

Debackere Koenraad  (2014). Vlaanderen, een stevige Europese hub voor innovatie. Christen-Democratische Reflecties, 2 (3), 45-53.

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Ossenblok Truyken, Verleysen Frederik, Engels Tim (2014).  Co-authorship of journal articles and book chapters in the social sciences and humanities (2000-2010), in: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 65, 5, p. 882-897, DOI: 10.1002/asi.23015

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Te Kaat, A., Vandevelde, K., Van Rossem, R., Groenvynck, H. (2013). Tijdschrift voor Onderwijsrecht en Onderwijsbeleid, 2012-13, nr. 3-4, p 234-242.
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The growing focus in research policy worldwide on top scientists makes it increasingly important to define adequate supporting measures to help identify excellent scientists. Highly cited publications have since long been associated to research excellence. At the same time, the analysis of the high-end of citation distributions still is a challenging topic in evaluative bibliometrics. Evaluations typically require indicators that generate sufficiently stable results when applied to recent publication records of limited size. Highly cited publications have been identified using two techniques in particular: pre-set percentiles, and the parameter free Characteristic Scores and Scales (CSS) (Glänzel & Schubert, 1988). The stability required in assessments of relatively small publication records, concerns size as well as content of groups of highly cited publications. Influencing factors include domain delineation and citation window length. Stability in size is evident for the pre-set percentiles, and has been demonstrated for the CSS-methodology beyond an initial citation period of about three years (Glänzel, 2007). Stability in content is less straightforward, considering for instance that more highly cited publications can have a later citation peak, as observed by Abt (1981) for astronomical papers. This paper investigates the stability in content of groups of highly cited publications, i.e. the extent to which individual publications enter and leave the group as the citation window is enlarged.

Verleysen Frederik, Engels Tim (2013). Measuring internationalisation of book publishing in the social sciences and humanities using the Barycentre method., in: Proceedings of ISSI 2013;2 - ISBN 9783200031357 - 2013, p. 1170-1176

Ossenblok Truyken, Verleysen Frederik, Spruyt Eric, Engels Tim (2013). Bibliometrische analyse van het Vlaamse universitaire onderzoek in de sociale en humane wetenschappen aan de hand van het VABB-SHW, in: Vlaams indicatorenboek: wetenschap, innovatie, technologie - ISSN 1374-6294 - 2013, p. 181-193

Spruyt Eric, Engels Tim (2013). Nieuwe sleutel verdeling van middelen Bijzonder Onderzoeksfonds, in: THeMa: Tijdschrift voor hoger onderwijs & management - ISSN 1380-7110 - 3(2013), p. 56-61

Spruyt Eric, Engels Tim (2013). Het nieuwe BOF-besluit en de implicaties ervan voor de universitaire onderzoeksfinanciering en -beleidsvoering, in: Tijdschrift voor onderwijsrecht en onderwijsbeleid - ISSN 0778-0443 - (2013), p. 55-67

Engels Tim, Goos Peter, Dexters Nele, Spruyt Eric (2013). Group size, h-index, and efficiency in publishing in top journals explain expert panel assessments of research group quality and productivity, in: Research Evaluation - ISSN 0958-2029 - 22:4(2013), p. 224-236, DOI: 10.1093/reseval/rvt013

Verleysen Frederik, Engels Tim (2013). A label for peer-reviewed books, in: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology / American Society for Information Science and Technology - ISSN 1532-2882 - 64:2(2013), p. 428-430, DOI: 10.1002/asi.22836

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Amez,  L. (2012). Citation measures at the micro level: Influence of publication age, field, and uncitedness. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 63(7), 1459-1465. DOI: 10.1002/asi.22687

Verleysen Frederik;Ossenblok Truyken;Engels Tim (2012). Een veld in beweging : onderzoeksevaluatie in de sociale en humane wetenschappen : Internationaal Colloquium van het Expertisecentrum Onderzoeks-en Ontwikkelingsmonitoring (ECOOM), Antwerpen, 9 december 2011, in Tijdschrift voor onderwijsrecht en onderwijsbeleid - ISSN 0778-0443 - :5(2012), p. 345 -351

 

Callaert, J., Van Looy, B. (2012). Delineating the scientific footprint in technology: Identifying scientific publications within non-patent references (Forthcoming). Scientometrics, accepted.

 

Ossenblok Truyken;Engels Tim;Sivertsen Gunnar (2012), The representation of the social sciences and humanities in the Web of Science : a comparison of publication patterns and incentive structures in Flanders and Norway (2005-9), in Research Evaluation, ISSN 0958-2029 - 21:4(2012), p. 280 -290, DOI: 10.1093/reseval/rvs019 

 

Zhang, L., Glänzel, W. (2012). Proceeding papers in journals versus the “regular” journal publications. Journal of Informetrics, 6(1), 88-96.

 

Engels Tim;Dexters Nele;Houben Birgit (2012). Correlations of assessments of research group quality and productivity with group size, output numbers, and normalized impact , in Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators (STI), Montréal - ISBN 978-2-923333-69-4  - S.I., 2012, p. 247-257

 

Glänzel, W., Rousseau, R., Zhang, L. (2012). A visual representation of relative first-citation times (Forthcoming). Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Accepted.

Ossenblok Truyken;Verleysen Frederik;Engels Tim (2012). Patterns of co-authorship in journal articles in the Social Sciences and Humanities (2000-2010) , in Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators (STI) - ISBN 978-2-923333-69-4 - S.I., 2012, p. 640-650 

 

Verleysen Frederik, Engels Tim (2012). Historical publications at Flemish universiteits, 2000-2009, in Belgisch tijdschrift voor de nieuwste geschiedenis / Jan Dhont Stichting - ISSN 0035-0869 - 42:4(2012), p. 110-143

Zhang, L., Glänzel, W. (2012). Where demographics meets scientometrics: towards a dynamic career analysis (Forthcoming). Scientometrics, accepted.

Engels, Tim C.E., Ossenblok Truyken L.B. and Spruyt Eric H.J. (2012). Changing publication patterns in the Social Sciences and Humanities, 2000–2009, in: Scientometrics, DOI 10.1007/s11192-012-0680-2

Andries, P., Czarnitzki, D. (2012). Small firm innovation performance and employee involvement (Forthcoming). Small Business Economics, accepted.

Andries, P., Wastyn, A. (2012). Disentangling value-enhancing and cost-increasing effects of knowledge management (Accepted). Journal of Knowledge Management, accepted.

Rons, N. (2012). Partition-based Field Normalization: An approach to highly specialized publication records. Journal of Informetrics, 6(1), 1-10. doi:10.1016/j.joi.2011.09.008

Field normalized citation rates are well-established indicators for research performance from the broadest aggregation levels such as countries, down to institutes and research teams. When applied to still more specialized publication sets at the level of individual scientists, also a more accurate delimitation is required of the reference domain that provides the expectations to which a performance is compared. This necessity for sharper accuracy challenges standard methodology based on predefined subject categories. This paper proposes a way to define a reference domain that is more strongly delimited than in standard methodology, by building it up out of cells of the partition created by the pre-defined subject categories and their intersections. This partition approach can be applied to different existing field normalization variants. The resulting reference domain lies between those generated by standard field normalization and journal normalization. Examples based on fictive and real publication records illustrate how the potential impact on results can exceed or be smaller than the effect of other currently debated normalization variants, depending on the case studied. The proposed Partition-based Field Normalization is expected to offer advantages in particular at the level of individual scientists and other very specific publication records, such as publication output from interdisciplinary research.

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Glänzel, W. (2011). How to obtain Erdös number 1 in the 21st century? Some thoughts on posthumous co-authorship. Collnet Journal of Scientometrics and Information Management, 5(1), 1-4.

Glänzel, W. (2011). How to obtain Erdös number 1 in the 21th century? Some thoughts on posthumous co-authorship. ISSI Newsletter, 7(1), 20-22.

Ossenblok T., Stevens N., Spruyt E., Engels T. (2011) Bibliometrische analyse van het Vlaams universitair onderzoek in de sociale en humane wetenschappen : de eerste versie van het VABB-SHW, in: Vlaams indicatorenboek : wetenschap, innovatie, technologie - ISSN 1374-6294 - (2011), p. 157-168

 

Glänzel, W., Thijs, B. (2011). Research in Emerging Fields: Who takes the lead?. ISSI Newsletter, 7(4), 85-95.

 

Van Looy, B., Landoni, P., Callaert, J., van Pottelsberghe, B., Sapsalis, E., Debackere, K. (2011). Entrepreneurial effectiveness of European universities: An empirical assessment of antecedents and trade-offs. Research Policy, 40(4), 553-564.

 

Huys, I., Du Plessis, M., Waer, C., Van Overwalle, G., Van Looy, B. (2011). The impact of legislative framework conditions on the development of stem cell technology. Biotechnology Law Report, 30(2), 191-196.

 

Lecocq, C., Leten, B., Kusters, J., Van Looy, B. (2011). Do firms benefit from being present in multiple technology clusters? An assessment of the technological performance of biopharmaceutical firms. Regional Studies, accepted.

Berends, H., Garud, R., Debackere, K., Weggeman, M. (2011). Thinking along: a process for tapping into knowledge across boundaries. International Journal of Technology Management, 53(1), 69-88.

Cincera, M., Czarnitzki, D., Thorwarth, S. (2011). Efficiency of public spending in support of R&D activities. Reflets et Perspectives de la Vie Economique, accepted.

Meyer, M., Glänzel, W. (2011). Olle Persson wins the 2011 Derek John de Solla Price Medal (forthcoming). Scientometrics, in press.

Van Looy, B., Visscher, K. (2011). Organizing innovation within incumbent firms: structure enabling strategic autonomy. Review of Business and Economics, accepted.

Liu, X., Glänzel, W., De Moor, B. (2011). Hybrid clustering of multi-view data via Tucker-2 model and its application. Scientometrics, 88(3), 819-839.

Debackere, K. (2011). The university as an engine of economic growth. Review of Business and Economics, LVI(April-June), 167-180.

Yu, S., Liu, X., Tranchevent, L., Glänzel, W., Suykens, J., De Moor, B., Moreau, Y. (2011). Optimized data fusion for K-means Laplacian Clustering. Bioinformatics, 27(21), 118-126.

Glänzel, W., Thijs, B. (2011). Using `core documents’ for the representation of clusters and topics. Scientometrics, 88(1), 297-309.

Glänzel, W., Schubert, A., Thijs, B., Debackere, K. (2011). A priori vs. a posteriori normalisation of citation indicators. Scientometrics, 87(2), 415-424.

Gorraiz, J., Gumpenberger, C., Glänzel, W., Debackere, K., Hornbostel, S., Hinze, S. (2011). ESSS 2010: A review of the inaugurational European Summer School for Scientometrics in Berlin. Scientometrics, 86(1), 235-236.

Gómez-Núnez, A., Vargas-Quesada, B., de Moya-Anegón, F., Glänzel, W. (2011). Improving SCImago Journal & Country Rank (SJR) subject classification through reference analysis. Scientometrics, 89(3), 741-758.

Benda, Wim G.G. and Engels Tim E.C. (2011). The predictive validity of peer review: A selective review of the judgmental forecasting qualities of peers, and implications for innovation in science, in: International Journal of Forecasting, ISSN 0169-2070 - 27:1(2011), p. 166-182, http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1016/j.ijforecast.2010.03.003

 

Yu, S., Tranchevent, L., Liu, X., Glänzel, W., Suykens, J., De Moor, B., Moreau, Y. (2011). Optimized data fusion for kernel k-means clustering. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, accepted.

Zhang, L., Thijs, B., Glänzel, W. (2011). The diffusion of H-related literature. Journal of Informetrics, 5(4), 583-593.

Glänzel, W., Zhou, P. (2011). Publication activity, citation impact and bi-directional links between publications and patents in biotechnology. Scientometrics, 86(2), 505-525.

Zhang, L., Rousseau, R., Glänzel, W. (2011). Document-type country profiles. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 62(7), 1403-1411.

 
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.
 
Zhang, L., Glänzel, W. (2011). Where demographics meets scientometrics: Towards a dynamic career analysis. 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.
 
Liu, X., Glänzel, W., De Moor, B. (2011). A hierarchical and optimal clustering of WoS journal database by hybrid information. In : Proceedings of ISSI 2011 - the 13th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics. International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics. Durban (South Africa), 4-8 July 2011 (pp. 1-12).
 
Glänzel, W., Thijs, B. (2011). Using `core documents’ for detecting new emerging topics. 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.

Glänzel, W. (2011). The application of characteristic scores and scales to the evaluation and ranking of scientific journals. Journal of Information Science, 37(1), 40-48.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Kraft, K. (2011). Spillovers of innovation activities and their profitability. Oxford Economic Papers, accepted.

 

Hottenrott, H., Thorwarth, S. (2011). Industry funding of university research and scientific productivity. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 35(3), 527-544.

 

Hottenrott, H., Peters, B. (2011). Innovative capability and financing constraints for innovation: more money, more innovation?. Review of Economics and Statistics, accepted.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Thorwarth, S. (2011). The contribution of in-house and external design activities on product market performance. The Journal of Product Innovation Management, accepted.

 

Beyer, M., Czarnitzki, D., Kraft, K. (2011). Managerial ownership, entrenchment and innovation. Economics of Innovation and New Technology, accepted.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Hussinger, K., Schneider, C. (2011). Commercializing academic research: The quality of faculty patenting. Industrial and Corporate Change, 20(5), 1403-1437.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Hussinger, K., Schneider, C. (2011). Wacky patents meet economic indicators. Economics Letters, 113(2), 131-134.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Hottenrott, H. (2011). R&D Investment and Financing Constraints of Small and Medium-Sized Firms. Small Business Economics, 36(1), 65-83.

 

Hottenrott, H., Thorwarth, S. (2011). Industry funding of university research and scientific productivity. Kyklos: Internationale Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaften, 64(November 2011), 534-555.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Lopes Bento, C. (2011). Evaluation of public R&D policies: A cross-country comparison. World Review of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development, accepted.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Hanel, P., Rosa, J. (2011). Evaluating the impact of R&D tax credits on innovation: A microeconometric study on Canadian firms. Research Policy, 40, 217-229.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Hottenrott, H. (2011). Financial constraints: Routine versus cutting edge R&D investment. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 20(1), 121-157.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Hussinger, K., Schneider, C. (2011). The nexus between science and industry: Evidence from faculty inventions. Journal of Technology Transfer, accepted.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Toole, A. (2011). Patent protection, market uncertainty, and R&D investment. Review of economics and statistics, 93(1), 147-159.

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Toole, A., Czarnitzki, D. (2010). Commercializing science: Is there a university ‘brain drain’ from academic entrepreneurship?. Management Science, 56(9), 1599-1614.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Toole, A. (2010). Is there a trade-off between academic research and faculty entrepreneurship? Evidence from U.S. NIH supported biomedical researchers. Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 19(5/6), 505-520.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Kraft, K. (2010). On the profitability of innovative assets. Applied economics, 42(15), 1941-1953.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Hottenrott, H., Thorwarth, S. (2010). Industrial research versus development investment: The implications of financial constraints. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 35(3), 527-544.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Kraft, K. (2010). Which firms buy licenses?. The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 112(3), 471-488.

Spruyt E., Engels T. (2010) Onderzoeksevaluaties als beleidsinstrument aan de Universiteit Antwerpen, in: THeMa : tijdschrift voor hoger onderwijs & management - ISSN 1380-7110 - (2010), p. 31-37

 

Faems, D., de Visser, M., Andries, P., Van Looy, B. (2010). Technology alliance portfolios and financial performance: Value-enhancing and cost-increasing effects of open innovation. The Journal of Product Innovation Management, 27(6), 785-796.

 

de Visser, M., Faems, D., de Weerd-Nederhof, P., Visscher, K., Van Looy, B. (2010). Structural ambidexterity in NPD processes: A firm-level assessment of the impact of differentiated structures on innovation performance. Technovation, 30(5-6), 291-299.

 

Vervliet, S., Van Looy, B. (2010). Bach’s chorus revisited: Historically informed performance practices as ‘bounded creativity’. Early Music, 38(2), 205-214.

 

Magerman, T., Van Looy, B., Song, X. (2010). Exploring the feasability and accuracy of Latent Semantic Analysis based text mining techniques to detect similarity between patent documents and scientific publications. Scientometrics, 82(2), 289-306.

 

Faems, D., Janssens, M., Van Looy, B. (2010). Managing the co-operation-competition dilemma in R&D alliances: A multiple case study in the advanced materials industry. Creativity and Innovation Management, 19(1), 3-22.

 

Belderbos, R., Faems, D., Leten, B., Van Looy, B. (2010). Technological activities and their impact on the financial performance of firms: Exploitation and exploration within and between firms. The Journal of Product Innovation Management, 27, 869-882.

Debackere, K. (2010). Universiteit en hogeschool van de toekomst: hoe kunnen we de begane paden verlaten?. Tijdschrift voor Onderwijsrecht en Onderwijsbeleid, 2010-11/3, 223-228.

Debackere, K. (2010). The rise of the academic technology transfer organization. Review of Business and Economics, LV(April-June), 175-189.

Czarnitzki, D., Hottenrott, H. (2010). Financing constraints for industrial innovation: What do we know?. Review of Business and Economics, 55(3), 346-362.

Braun, T., Glänzel, W., Schubert, A. (2010). The footmarks of Eugene Garfield in the journal Scientometrics. Annals of Library and Information Studies, 57(3), 177-183.

 

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.

 

Glänzel, W. (2010). On reliability and robustness of scientometrics indicators based on stochastic models. An evidence-based opinion paper. Journal of Informetrics, 4(3), 313-319.

 

Glänzel, W. (2010). The role of the h-index and the characteristic scores and scales in testing the tail. Scientometrics, 83(3), art.nr. doi 10.1007/s11192-009-0124-9, 697-709.

 

Leta, J., Larsen, B., Rousseau, R., Glänzel, W. (2010). The 12th International conference on scientometrics and informetrics. Scientometrics, 83(3), 603-604.

 

Gorraiz, J., Gumpenberger, C., Hornbostel, S., Hinze, S., Glänzel, W., Debackere, K. (2010). European Summer School for Scientometrics (ESSS) to be launched. Scientometrics, 83(2), 601-602.

 

Zhang, L., Liu, X., Janssens, F., Liang, L., Glänzel, W. (2010). Subject clustering analysis based on ISI category classification. Journal of Informetrics, 4(2), 185-193.

 

Thijs, B., Glänzel, W. (2010). A structural analysis of collaboration between European research. Research Evaluation, 19(1), 55-65.

 

Zhou, P., Glänzel, W. (2010). In-depth analysis on China’s international cooperation in science. Scientometrics, 82(3), 597-612.

 

Glänzel, W., Schubert, A. (2010). Hirsch-type characteristics of the tail of distributions. The generalised h-index. Journal of Informetrics, 4(1), 118-123.

 

Glänzel, W., Zhang, L. (2010). A demographic look at scientometric characteristics of a scientist’s carrier. ISSI Newsletter, 6(3), 66-84.

 

Zhang, L., Janssens, F., Liang, L., Glänzel, W. (2010). Journal Cross-Citation Analysis for Validation and Improvement of Journal-Based Subject Classification in Bibliometric Research. Scientometrics, 82(3), 687-706.

 

Liu, X., Yu, S., Janssens, F., Glänzel, W., Moreau, Y., De Moor, B. (2010). Weighted Hybrid Clustering by Combining Text Mining and Bibliometrics on Large-Scale Journal Database. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 61(6), 1105-1119.

 

Glänzel, W. (2010). What is the impact of fraudulent literature?. ISSI Newsletter, 6(2), 44-47.

Stevens N., Engels T. (2010) Communicatiepatronen in de sociale en humane wetenschappen: naar een empirisch gefundeerd debat, in: Tijdschrift voor onderwijsrecht en onderwijsbeleid - ISSN 0778-0443 - 6(2009/2010), p. 544-553

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Magerman, T., Van Looy, B., Song, X., Exploring the feasability and accuracy of Latent Semantic Analysis based text mining techniques to detect similarity between patent documents and scientific publications. Scientometrics, 2009.

Rammer, C., Czarnitzki, D., Spielkamp, A., Innovation success of non-R&D-performers: Substituting technology by management. Small business economics, 2009, 33, 35-58.

 

Melchor del Rio, A., Thorwarth, S. (2009). Tomatoes or tomato pickers? Free trade and migration between Mexico and the United States. Journal of Applied Economics, 12(1), 109-135.

 

Rammer, C., Czarnitzki, D., Spielkamp, A. (2009). Innovation success of non–R&D–performers: Substituting technology by management. Small business economics, 33, 35-58.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Kraft, K. (2009). Capital control, debt financing and innovative activity. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 71, 372-383.

 

Toole, A., Czarnitzki, D. (2009). Exploring the relationship between scientist human capital and firm performance: The case of biomedical academic entrepreneurs in the SBIR Program. Management science, 55(1), 101-114.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Glänzel, W., Hussinger, K. (2009). Heterogeneity of patenting activity and its implications for scientific research.. Research policy, 38(1), 26-34.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Kraft, K., Thorwarth, S. (2009). The knowledge production of ‘R’ and ‘D’.. Economics Letters, 105, 141-143.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Hussinger, K., Schneider, C. (2009). Why challenge the ivory tower? New evidence on the basicness of academic patents. Kyklos: internationale Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaften, 62(4), 488-499.

 

Czarnitzki, D., Hottenrott, H. (2009). Are local milieus the key to innovation performance?. Journal of regional science, 49(1), 81-112.

Thijs, B., Glänzel, W., A structural analysis of benchmarks on different bibliometrical indicators for European research institutes based on their research profile. Scientometrics, 2009, 79(2), 377-388.

Toole, A., Czarnitzki, D., Exploring the relationship between scientist human capital and firm performance: The case of biomedical academic entrepreneurs in the SBIR Program.Management science, 2009, 55(1), 101-114.

Zhang, L., Glänzel, W., Liang, L., Tracing the role of individual journals in a cross-citation network based on different indicators. Scientometrics, 2009.

 
 

Lecocq, C., Van Looy, B. (2009). The impact of collaboration on the technological performance of regions: time invariant or driven by life cycle dynamics? An explorative investigation of European regions in the field of biotechnology. Scientometrics, 80(3), 847-867.

 

Lecocq, C., Van Looy, B., Zimmermann, E. (2009). Developing the support infrastructure of technology transfer offices to accommodate the needs of global spinoff companies (outline of a methodology applied within the GlobalStart project). International Journal of Globalisation and Small Business, 3(2), 201-219.

Zhou, P., Thijs, B., Glänzel, W., Is China also becoming a giant in social sciences? Scientometrics, 2009, 79(3), 593-621.

 

Engels TimSpruyt EricGlänzel WolfgangDebackere Koenraad (2009) Het Vlaams Academisch Bibliografisch Bestand voor de Sociale en Humane Wetenschappen: instrument ten dienste van een optimaal wetenschapsbeleid? in Tijdschrift voor onderwijsrecht en onderwijsbeleid - ISSN 0778-0443 - 5(2008/2009), p. 395 -404 

 

Berends, H., Weggeman, M., Garud, R., Debackere, K., Thinking along: Crossing boundaries in knowledge work. International Journal of Technology Management, 2009.
 
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Zimmerman, E., Glänzel, W., Bar-Ilan, J., Scholarly collaboration between Europe and Israel: A scientometric examination of a changing landscape. Scientometrics, 2009, 78(3), 427-446.

Czarnitzki, D., Glänzel, W., Hussinger, K., Heterogeneity of patenting activity and its implication for scientific research. Research Policy, 2009, 38(1), 26-34.

Leyman, A. (2009). In A. Klucznik-Töro, A. Csepe & D. Kwiatkowska-Ciotucha (Eds.), Higer education, partnership, innovation (pp. 67-74). Budapest: Publikon Publisher/ID Research Ltd. 
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Czarnitzki, D., Hottenrott, H., Are local milieus the key to innovation performance? Journal of regional science, 2009, 49(1), 81-112.

Debackere, K. (2009). Niet-gericht onderzoek inbedden: relevantie als criterium?. Tijdschrift voor Onderwijsrecht en Onderwijsbeleid, 341(5), 409-412.

De Grande, H. (2009). In A. Klucznik-Töro, A. Csepe & D. Kwiatkowska-Ciotucha (Eds.), Higer education, partnership, innovation (pp. 51-61). Budapest: Publikon Publisher/ID Research Ltd.
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Czarnitzki, D., Kraft, K., Capital control, debt financing and innovative activity.Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2009, 71, 372-383.

Glänzel, W., The Multi-Dimensionality of Journal Impact. Scientometrics, 2009, 78(2), 355-374.

Glänzel, W., Janssens, F., Thijs, B., A comparative analysis of publication activity and citation impact based on the core literature in bioinformatics. Scientometrics, 2009, 79(1), 109-129.

Van Looy, B. (2009). The role of universities within innovation systems: an overview and assessment. Review of Business and Economics, 1, 62-82.

Glänzel, W., Schubert, A., Thijs, B., Debackere, K., Subfield-specific normalized relative indicators and a new generation of relational charts: Methodological foundations illustrated on the assessment of institutional research performance. Scientometrics, 2009, 78(1), 165-188.

 

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.

 

Zimmerman, E., Glänzel, W., Bar-Ilan, J. (2009). Scholarly collaboration between Europe and Israel: A scientometric examination of a changing landscape. Scientometrics, 78(3), 427-446.

 

Glänzel, W. (2009). The multi-dimensionality of journal impact. Scientometrics, 78(2), 355-374.

 

Bolaños-Pizarro, M., Thijs, B., Glänzel, W. (2009). A comparative scientometric study of cardiovascular research in Spain. ISSI Newsletter, 5(4), 70-78.

 

Zhou, P., Thijs, B., Glänzel, W. (2009). Regional analysis on Chinese scientific profile. Scientometrics, 81(3), 839-857.

 

Zhou, P., Thijs, B., Glänzel, W. (2009). Is China also becoming a giant in social sciences?. Scientometrics, 79(3), art.nr. 10.1007/s11192-007-2068-x, 593-621.

 

Glänzel, W., Janssens, F., Thijs, B. (2009). A comparative analysis of publication activity and citation impact based on the core literature in bioinformatics. Scientometrics, 79(1), art.nr. 10.1007/s11192-009-0407-1, 109-129.

 

Glänzel, W., Schlemmer, B. (2009). Science in a changing Europe: East vs west. National scientific profiles by subject fields. ISSI Newsletter, 5(3), 52-58.

 

Thijs, B., Glänzel, W. (2009). A structural analysis of benchmarks on different bibliometrical indicators for European research institutes based on their research profile. Scientometrics, 79(2), art.nr. 10.1007/s11192-009-0425-z, 377-388.

 

Engels, T., Spruyt, E., Glänzel, W., Debackere, K. (2009). Het vlaams academisch bibliografisch bestand voor de sociale en humane weteschappen: instrument ten dienste van een optimaal wetenschapsbeleid?. Tijdschrift voor Onderwijsrecht en Onderwijsbeleid, 2009, 395-403.

 

Glänzel, W., Schubert, A., Thijs, B., Debackere, K. (2009). Subfield-specific normalized relative indicators and a new generation of relational charts: Methodological foundations illustrated on the assessment of institutional research performance. Scientometrics, 78(1), 165-188.

Glänzel, W. (2009). Zeven mythen in de bibliometrie - Feiten en fictie in kwantitatieve wetenschappelijke studies. Thema: Tijdschrift voor Hoger Onderwijs en Management, 3, 4-10.

Janssens, F., Zhang, L., Glänzel, W., Hybrid Clustering for Validation and Improvement of Subject-Classification Schemes. Information Processing & Management, 2009.

Glänzel, W. (2009). A tudománymetria hét mítosza - költészet és valóság. Magyar Tudomany, 8, 954-964.

Lecocq, C., Van Looy, B., The impact of collaboration on the technological performance of regions: time invariant or driven by life cycle dynamics? An explorative investigation of European regions in the field of biotechnology. Scientometrics, 2009, 80(3).

Lecocq, C., Van Looy, B., Zimmermann, E., Developing the support infrastructure of technology transfer offices to accommodate the needs of global spinoff companies (outline of a methodology applied within the GlobalStart project). International Journal of Globalisation and Small Business, 2009, 3(2), 201-219.

 
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).
 
Glänzel, W. (2009). The role of the h-index and the characteristic scores and scales in testing the tail properties of scientometric distributions. 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. 120-130).
 
Liu, X., Yu, S., Moreau, Y., De Moor, B., Glänzel, W., Janssens, F. (2009). Hybrid Clustering by integrating text and citation based graphs in journal database analysis. In : Proc.of ICDM-09 Workshop on mining multiple information sources. ICDM-09 Workshop on mining multiple information sources. Miami, Florida, 2009 (pp. 521-526).

Rons, N., Amez, L. (2009). Impact Vitality. An indicator based on citing publications in search of excellent scientists. Research Evaluation, 18(3), 233-241. http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/beech/rev/2009/00000018/00000003/a..., DOI: 10.3152/095820209X470563

This paper contributes to the quest for an operational definition of 'research excellence' and proposes a translation of the excellence concept into a bibliometric indicator. Starting from a textual analysis of funding program calls aimed at individual researchers and from the challenges for an indicator at this level in particular, a new type of indicator is proposed. The Impact Vitality indicator [RONS & AMEZ, 2008] reflects the vitality of the impact of a researcher's publication output, based on the change in volume over time of the citing publications. The introduced metric is shown to posses attractive operational characteristics and meets a number of criteria which are desirable when comparing individual researchers. The validity of one of the possible indicator variants is tested using a small dataset of applicants for a senior full time Research Fellowship. Options for further research involve testing various indicator variants on larger samples linked to different kinds of evaluations.

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Glänzel, W., On some new bibliometric applications of statistics related to the H-index. Scientometrics, 2008, 77(1), 187-196.

Glänzel, W., H-index concatenation. Scientometrics, 2008, 77(2), 369-372.

Faems, D., Janssens, M., Van Looy, B., Madhok, A., Toward an integrative perspective on alliance governance: Connecting contract design, trust dynamics, and contract application. Academy of Management journal, 2008, 51(6), 1053-1078.

Cassiman, B., Veugelers, R., Zuniga, M., In search of performance effects of (in)direct industry - science links.Industrial and Corporate Change, 2008, 17(4), 611-646.

Belderbos, R., Lykogianni, E., Veugelers, R., Strategic R&D location in European manufacturing industries. Review of world economics, 2008, 14(2), 1-24.

Belderbos, R., Lykogianni, E., Veugelers, R., Strategic R&D location by multinational firms: Spillovers, technology sourcing, and competition spillovers.Journal of economics & management strategy, 2008, 17(3), 759-779.

Van der Ploeg, R., Veugelers, R., Zuniga, M., Towards evidence based reform of European universities. CESifo economic studies, 2008, 54(2), 99-120.

Tibau, J., Debackere, K., How outsider top executies compensate for their lack of 'insiderness'. European management journal, 2008, 26, 223-233.

Thijs, B., Glänzel, W., A structural analysis of publication profiles for the classification of European research institutes. Scientometrics, 2008, 74(2), 223-236.

Siegel, D., Wright, M., Veugelers, R., University commercialization of intellectual property: Policy implications. Oxford review of economic policy, 2008, 23(4), 640-660.

Rodriguez, V., Janssens, F., Debackere, K., De Moor, B., On material transfer agreements and visibility of researchers in biotechnology. Journal of Informetrics, 2008, 2(1), 89-100.

Macho Stadler, I., Perez Castrillo, D., Veugelers, R., Designing contracts for university spin-offs. Journal of economics & management strategy, 2008, 17(1), 185-218.

Loet Leydesdorff & Ping Zhou., Co-Word Analysis Using the Chinese Character Set. Journal of the American society for Information science and Technology, 2008, 59(9), 1-3.

Janssens, F., Glänzel, W., de Moor, B., A hybrid mapping of information science. Scientometrics, 2008, 75(3), 607-631.

Glänzel, W., Schubert, A., Thijs, B., Debackere, K., A new generation of relational charts for comparative assessment of citation impact. Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis, 2008, 56(6), 373-379.

Spruyt E., Engels T. (2008) Dient massaliteit excellentie in onderzoek? Aanwijzingen voor een toekomstig beleid, aansturend op excellentie, in: THeMa : tijdschrift voor hoger onderwijs & management - ISSN 1380-7110 - 15:1(2008), p. 39-47

Glänzel, W., Debackere, K., Meyer, M., 'Triad' or 'Tetrad'? On global changes in a dynamic world. Scientometrics, 2008, 74(1), 71-88.

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Czarnitzki, D., Toole, A., Business R&D and the interplay of R&D subsidies and product market uncertainty. The review of industrial organization, 2007, 31(3), 169-181.

Van Looy, B., Magerman, T., Debackere, K., Developing technology in the vicinity of science: An examination of the relationship between science intensity (of patents) and technological productivity within the field of biotechnology. Scientometrics, 2007, 70(2), 441-458.

Czarnitzki, D., Kraft, K., Are credit ratings valuable information? Applied Financial Economics, 2007, 17(13), 1061-1070.

Toole, A., Czarnitzki, D., Biomedical academic entrepreneurship through the SBIR program. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2007, 63, 716-738.

Czarnitzki, D., Glänzel, W., Hussinger, K., Patent and publication activities of German professors: An empirical assessment of their co-activity. Research Evaluation, 2007, 16(4), 311-319.

Schubert, A., Glänzel, W., A systematic analysis of Hirsch-type indices for journals. Journal of Informetrics, 2007, 1(3), 179-184.

Cassiman, B., Glenisson, P., Van Looy, B., Measuring industry-science links through inventor-author relations: A profiling methodology. Scientometrics, 2007, 70(2), 379-391.

Sanna-Randaccio, F., Veugelers, R., Multinational knowledge spillovers with centralized versus decentralized R&D: a game theoretic approach. Academy of International Business Prize for Best Paper 2003, 1st Runner Up. Journal of International Business Studies, 2007, 38(1), 47-63.

Beirlant, J., Glänzel, W., Carbonez, A., Leemans, H., Scoring research output using statistical quantile plotting. Journal of Informetrics, 2007, 1(3), 185-192.

Rodriguez, V., Janssens, F., Debackere, K., De Moor, B., Material transfer agreements and collaborative publication activity: The case of a biotechnology network. Research evaluation, 2007, 16(2), 123-136.

Andries, P., Debackere, K., Adaptation and performance in new businesses: Understanding the moderating effects of independence and industry. Small business economics, 2007, 29(1-2), 81-99.

Rodriguez, V., Janssens, F., Debackere, K., De Moor, B., Do material transfer agreements affect the choice of research agendas? The case of biotechnology in Belgium. Scientometrics, 2007, 71(2), 239-269.

Rodriguez, V., Janssens, F., Debackere, K., De Moor, B., Do material transfer agreements affect the choice of research agendas? The case of biotechnology in Belgium.Research Evaluation, 2007, 16(2), 123-136.

Rodriguez, V., Debackere, K., Satisfying the need for research materials. LESNouvelles, 2007(sept), 529-533.

Macho Stadler, I., Perez Castrillo, D., Veugelers, R., Licensing of university innovations: The role of a technology transfer office. International journal of industrial organization, 2007, 25(3), 483-510.

Leten, B., Belderbos, R., Van Looy, B., Technology diversification, coherence and performance of firms. The journal of product innovation management, 2007, 24(6), 567-579.

Glänzel, W., Schlemmer, B., National research profiles in the changing Europe (1983-2003). An exploratory study on sectoral characteristics in the Triple Helix. Scientometrics, 2007, 70(2), 267-275.

Glänzel, W., Debackere, K., Meyer, M., 'Triad' or 'Tetrad'? On China's new global role in science and technology. Science Focus, 2007, 2(1), 1-9.

Glänzel, W., The R- and AR-indices: Complementing the h-index - Comments. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2007, 52(6), 863-863.

Engels T., Spruyt E. (2007) Ranglijsten van universiteiten: analyse en toekomstgerichte beleidsimplicaties, in: Tijdschrift voor onderwijsrecht en onderwijsbeleid - ISSN 0778-0443 - 1/2(2007/2008), p. 23-38

Glänzel, W., Characteristic scores and scales. A bibliometric analysis of subject characteristics based on long-term citation observation. Journal of Informetrics, 2007, 1(1), 92-102.

Faems, D., Janssens, M., Van Looy, B., The initiation and evolution of interfirm knowledge transfer in R&D relationships. Organization Studies, 2007, 28(11), 1699-1928.

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Andries, P., Debackere, K., Adaptation in new technology-based ventures: Insights at the company level. International journal of management reviews, 2006, 8(2), 91-112.

Leta, J., Glänzel, W., Thijs, B., Science in Brazil. Part 2: Sectoral and institutional research profiles. Scientometrics, 2006, 67(1), 87-105.

Schubert, A., Glänzel, W., Cross-national preference in co-authorship, references and citations. Scientometrics, 2006, 69(2), 409-428.

Schubert, A., Glänzel, W., Thijs, B., The weight of author self citations. A fractional approach to self-citation counting. Scientometrics, 2006, 67(3), 503-513.

Van Looy, B., Callaert, J., Debackere, K., Publication and patent behavior of academic researchers: Conflicting, reinforcing or merely co-existing? Research policy, 2006, 35(4), 596-608.

Van Looy, B., Debackere, K., Callaert, J., Tijssen, R., van Leeuwen, T., Scientific capabilities and technological performance of national innovation systems: An exploration of emerging industrial relevant research domains. Scientometrics, 2006, 66(2), 295-310.

Verbeek, A., Debackere, K., Patent evolution in relation to public/private R&D investment and corporate profitability: Evidence from the United States. Scientometrics, 2006, 66(2), 279-294.

Glänzel, W., Debackere, K., Thijs, B., Schubert, A., A concise review on the role of author self-citations in information science, bibliometrics and science policy. Scientometrics, 2006, 67(2), 263-277.

Faems, D., Janssens, M., Bouwen, R., Van Looy, B., Governing explorative R&D alliances: Searching for effective strategies. Management Revue, 2006, 17, 9-29.

Czarnitzki, D., Licht, G., Additionality of public R&D grants in a transition economy: The case of Eastern Germany. The economics of transition, 2006, 14(1), 101-131.

Czarnitzki, D., Kraft, K., R&D and firm performance in a transition economy. Kyklos: internationale Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaften, 2006, 59(4), 481-496.

Czarnitzki, D., Research and development in small and medium-sized German enterprises: The role of financial constraints and public funding. Scottish journal of political economy, 2006, 53(3), 335-357.

Cincera, M., De la Potterie, B., Veugelers, R., Assessing the foreign control of production of technology: The case of a small open economy. Scientometrics, 2006, 66(3), 493-512.

Glänzel, W., Leta, J. Thijs, B., Science in Brazil. Part 1: A macro-level comparative study. Scientometrics, 2006, 67(1), 67-85.

Cassiman, B., Veugelers, R., In search of complementarity in innovation strategy: Internal R&D and external knowledge acquisition. Management science, 2006, 52(1), 68-82.

Glänzel, W., Schlemmer, B., Schubert A., Thijs, B., Proceedings literature as additional data source for bibliometric analysis. Scientometrics, 2006, 68(3), 457-473.

Callaert, J., Van Looy, B., Verbeek, A., Debackere, K., Thijs, B., Traces of Prior Art: An analysis of non-patent references found in patent documents. Scientometrics, 2006, 69(1), 3-20.

Glänzel,W., On the H-index. A mathematical approach to a new measure of publication activity and citation impact. Scientometrics, 2006, 67(2), 315-321.

Braun, T., Glänzel, W., Schubert, A., A Hirsch-type index for journals. Scientometrics, 2006, 69(1), 169-173.

Glänzel,W., On the opportunities and limitations of the h-index (in Chinese). Science Focus, 2006, 1(1), 10-11.

Berends, H., van der Bij, H., Debackere, K., Weggeman, M., Knowledge sharing mechanisms in industrial research. R & d management, 2006, 36(1), 85-95.

Janssens, F., Leta, J., Glänzel, W., de Moor, B., Towards Mapping library and information science. Information Processing & Management, 2006, 42(6), 1614-1642.

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Thijs, B., Glänzel, W., The influence of author self-citations on bibliometric meso-indicators. The case of European universities. Scientometrics, 2005, 66(1), 71-80.

Glenisson, P., Glänzel, W., Persson, O., Combining full-text analysis and bibliometric indicators. A pilot study. Scientometrics, 2005, 63(1), 163-180.

Glenisson, P., Glänzel, W., Janssens, F., de Moor, B., Combining full text and bibliometric information in mapping scientific disciplines. Information Processing & Management, 2005, 41, 1548-1572.

Glänzel, W., Veugelers, R., Science for wine: A bibliometric assessment of wine and grape research for wine producing and consuming countries. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture, 2005, 57(1), 23-32.

Glänzel, W., Schubert, A., Domesticity and internationality in co-authorship, references and citations. Scientometrics, 2005, 35(3), 323-342.

Faems, D., Van Looy, B., Debackere, K., Interorganizational collaboration and innovation: Toward a portfolio approach. Journal of product innovation management, 2005, 22(3), 238-250.

Debackere, K., Veugelers, R., The role of academic technology transfer organizations in improving industry science links. Research policy, 2005, 34(3), 321-342.

Czarnitzki, D., Stadtmann, G., The disposition effect: empirical evidence on purchases of investor magazines. Applied Financial Economics Letters, 2005, 1(1), 47-51.

Czarnitzki, D., The extent and evolution of productivity deficiency in Eastern Germany. Journal of productivity analysis, 2005, 24(2), 211-231.

Cassiman, B., Colombo, M., Gerrone, P., Veugelers, R., The impact of M&A on the R&D process. An empirical analysis of the role of technological and market relatedness. Research Policy, 2005, 34(2), 195-220.

Braun, T., Glänzel, W., Schubert, A., A Hirsch-type index for journals. The Scientist, 2005, 19(22), 8.

Veugelers, R., Cassiman, B., R&D cooperation between firms and universities: some empirical evidence from Belgian manufacturing. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2005, 23(5-6), 355-379.

Veugelers, R., An economist’s view on bibliometrically measuring scientific research. Measurement, 2005, 3(1), 33-37.

Van Looy, B., Martens, T., Debackere, K., Organizing for continuous innovation: on the sustainability of ambidextrous organizing. Journal of Creativity and Innovation Management, 2005, 14(3), 208-222.

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Persson, O., Glänzel, W., Danell, R., Inflationary bibliometric values: The role of scientific collaboration and the need for relative indicators in evaluative studies. Scientometrics, 2004, 60(3), 421-432.

Glänzel, W., Thijs, B., Schlemmer, B., A bibliometric approach to the role of author self-citations in scientific communication. Scientometrics, 2004, 59(1), 63-77.

Glänzel, W., Thijs, B., Does co-authorship inflate the share of self-citations? Scientometrics, 2004, 61(3), 395-404.

Glänzel, W., Thijs, B., The influence of author self-citations on bibliometric macro indicators. Scientometrics, 2004, 59(3), 281-310.

Glänzel, W., Garfield, E., The myth of delayed recognition. The Scientist, 2004, 18(11), 8-9.

Glänzel, W., Towards a model for diachronous and synchronous citation analyses. Scientometrics, 2004, 60(3), 511-522.

Debackere, K., Glänzel, W., Using a bibliometric approach to support research policy making: the case of the Flemish BOF-key. Scientometrics, 2004, 59(2), 253-276.

Czarnitzki, D., Kraft, K., Management control and innovative activity. The review of industrial organization, 2004, 24(1), 1-24.

Czarnitzki, D., Kraft, K., Innovation indicators and corporate credit ratings: evidence from German firms. Economics letters, 2004, 82(3), 377-384.

Czarnitzki, D., Kraft, K., Firm leadership and innovative performance: Evidence from seven EU countries. Small business economics, 2004, 22(5), 325-332.

Czarnitzki, D., Kraft, K., An empirical test of the asymmetric models on innovative activity: who invests more into R&D, the incumbent or the challenger?Journal of economic behavior & organization, 2004, 54(2), 153-173.

Belderbos, R., Vandenbussche, H., Veugelers, R., Antidumping duties, undertakings, and foreign direct investment in the EU. European economic review, 2004, 48(2), 429-453.

Belderbos, R., Carree, M., Diederen, B., Lokshin, B., Veugelers, R., Heterogeneity in R&D cooperation strategies. International journal of industrial organization, 2004, 22(8-9), 1237-1263.

Veugelers, R., Cassiman, B., Foreign subsidiaries as a channel of international technology diffusion: Some direct firm level evidence from Belgium. European economic review, 2004, 48(2), 455-476.

Van Looy, B., Ranga, M., Callaert, J., Debackere, K., Zimmermann, E., Combining entrepreneurial and scientific performance in academia: towards a compounded and reciprocal Matthew-effect?Research policy, 2004, 33(3), 425-441.

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Verbeek, A., Debackere, K., Luwel, M., Science cited in patents: A geographic "flow" analysis of bibliographic citation patterns in patents. Scientometrics, 2003, 58(2), 241-263.

Van Looy, B., Zimmermann, E., Veugelers, R., Verbeek, A., Mello, J., Debackere, K., Do science-technology interactions pay off when developing technology? An exploratory investigation of 10 science-intensive technology domains. Scientometrics, 2003, 57(3), 355-367.

Van Looy, B., Debackere, K., Andries, P., Policies to stimulate regional innovation capabilities via university-industry collaboration: an analysis and an assessment. R & d management, 2003, 33(2), 209-229.

Van Looy, B., Callaert, J., Debackere, K., Verbeek, A., Patent related indicators for assessing knowledge-generating institutions: towards a contextualised approach. Journal of Technology Transfer, 2003, 28(1), 53-61.

Ranga, L., Debackere, K., von Tunzelmann, N., Entrepreneurial universities and the dynamics of academic knowledge production: A case study of basic vs. applied research in Belgium. Scientometrics, 2003, 58(2), 301-320.

Glänzel, W., Schubert, A., A new classification scheme of science fields and subfields designed for scientometric evaluation purposes. Scientometrics, 2003, 56(3), 357-367.

Glänzel, W., Schlemmer, B., Thijs, B., Better late than never? On the chance to become highly cited only beyond the standard bibliometric time horizon. Scientometrics, 2003, 58(3), 571-586.

Glänzel, W., Meyer, M., Patents cited in the scientific literature: An exploratory study of 'reverse' citation relations in the Triple Helix. Scientometrics, 2003, 58(2), 415-428.

Glänzel, W., Danell, R., Persson, O., The decline of Swedish neuroscience - decomposing a bibliometric national science indicator. Scientometrics, 2003, 57(2), 197-213.

Czarnitzki, D., Spielkamp, A., Business services in Germany: Bridges for innovation.Service industries journal, 2003, 23(2), 1-30.

Czarnitzki, D., Rammer, C., Technology transfer via the Internet: A way to link public science and enterprises. Journal of technology transfer, 2003, 28(2), 131-147.

Czarnitzki, D., Kraft, K., Unternehmensleitung und Innovationserfolg. Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik, 2003, 223(6), 641-658.

Braun, T., Glänzel, W., Schubert, A., Untitled - Response (Letter to the editor). Scientometrics, 2003, 57(1), 143-143.

Almus, M., Czarnitzki, D., The effects of public R&D subsidies on firms’ innovation activities: The case of Eastern Germany. Journal of business & economic statistics, 2003, 21(2), 226-236.

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Viaene, S., Veugelers, R., Dedene, G., Insurance bargaining under risk aversion. Economic modelling, 2002, 19(2), 245-259.

Verbeek, A., Debackere, K., Luwel, M., Zimmermann, E., Measuring progress and evolution in science and technology - I: The multiple uses of bibliometric indicators. International journal of management reviews, 2002, 4(2), 179-211.

Verbeek, A., Debackere, K., Luwel, M., Andries, P., Zimmermann, E., Deleus, F., Linking science to technology: Using bibliographic references in patents to build linkage schemes. Scientometrics, 2002, 54(3), 399-420.

Oosterlinck, A., Debackere, K., Cielen, G., Balancing basic and applied research - In a time of economic changes and stagnating support from the government, universities have to restructure and reshape their mission. Embo reports, 2002, 3(1), 2-5.

Glänzel, W., Schubert, A., Braun, T., A relational charting approach to the world of basic research in twelve science fields at the end of the second millennium. Scientometrics, 2002, 55(3), 335-348.

Glänzel, W., Moed, H.F., Journal impact measures in bibliometric research. Scientometrics, 2002, 53(2), 171-193.

Glänzel, W., de Lange, C., A distributional approach to multinationality measures of international scientific collaboration. Scientometrics, 2002, 54(1), 75-89.

Glänzel, W., Co-authorship patterns and trends in the sciences (1980-1998). A bibliometric study with implications for database indexing and search strategies. Library Trends, 2002, 50(3), 461-473.

Debackere, K., Verbeek, A., Luwel, M., Zimmermann, E., Measuring progress and evolution in science and technology - II: The multiple uses of technometric indicators. International journal of management reviews, 2002, 4(3), 213-231.

Cassiman, B., Veugelers, R., R&D cooperation and spillovers: Some empirical evidence from Belgium. American economic review, 2002, 92(4), 1169-1184.

Cassiman, B., Perez-Castrillo, D., Veugelers, R., Endogenizing know-how flows through the nature of R&D investments. International journal of industrial organization, 2002, 20(6), 775-799.

Octrooi indicatoren word nu door bedrijven en beleid- en overheidsinstellingen gebruikt om technologische vooruitgang te bepalen op de vlak van regio’s, landen, domeinen en zelfs specifieke entiteiten zoals bedrijven, universiteiten en individuele aanvragers. Met betrekking tot het laatste (bv. analyses op het vlak van de aanvrager) kan er specifieke bezorgdheden geuit worden. Deze bezorgdheden ontstaan door de heterogeniteit van aanvrager namen in de patent documenten. Hetzelfde organisatie of individu kan in verskillende vormen voorkomen wanneer de aanvrager aanzoeken indienen door verskillende kanalen over een brede tijdsvenster. Terwijl dit geen uitdagingen creëren voor de werking van de octrooisysteem zelf – kan dit de analyse op de vlak van individuele aanvragers compliceren. De analist word dan geconfronteerd met inconsistenties zoals spelfouten, typografische fouten en naamsvarianten.In dit artikel, ontwikkel wij en uitgebreide methode om de harmonisering van aanvrager namen mogelijk te maken op een geautomatiseerde wijze. Dit methode worden toegepast op een veelomvattende dataset van alle aanvragernamen gevonden in alle EPO applicaties gepubliceerd tussen 1978 en 2004 en alle USPTO toekenningen gepubliceerd tussen 1991-2003. 

Vanaf de mid-1980's hebben een breder concept van die dynamieken dat innovatieve prestatie beïnvloed ontstaan. Dit concept zien de innovatieve prestatie op die vlak van regio's, landen of industrieën als gedreven door industriële innovatieve activiteiten en die vraag naar wetenschappelijke voortreffelijkheid, waarvan beide beïnvloed en gevormd word door de institutionele structuur. Verder word de interactie tussen verskillende institutionele actoren als een verklaring gegeven voor de verskillen in technologische en innovatieve prestatie. Deze interacties word als cruciaal gezien in de proces van kennis creatie en diffusie op een nationaal, regionaal en industriële vlak.
 
Een consequentie van dit opvatting over innovatie dynamiek is de nood voor een verbetering in octrooi indicatoren. Sector allocatie - bv. identificatie of aanvragers bedrijven (privaat bezigheid entiteiten), universiteiten of hoger onderwijsinstellingen, of overheidsinstellingen is – word een noodzakelijke voorwaarde voor het verdere analyse van de dynamieken dat technologische prestatie beïnvloed. Binnen de raamwerk van de ‘PATSTAT Task Force on Harmonized Patent Statistics’, is er een poging gelanceerd om een exhaustieve sector allocatie taxonomie te ontwikkel. EUROSTAT hebben deskundigen van K.U.Leuven uitgenodigd om dit methodologie te ontwikkel. In dit artikel worden de methodologie dat wij ontwikkeld hebben uiteengezet en volledig transparant gemaakt.