Evaluating patterns of co-operation: application of a bibliometric visualisation tool to the Fourth Framework Programme and the Transport Research Programme
E Schiebel and
Karl Matthias Weber
Research Evaluation, 2001, vol. 10, issue 2, 129-140
Networks of collaboration have been set up within the European Union's Fourth Framework Programme (FP4) by applying co-occurrence analysis and visualisation in two-dimensional knowledge maps. The focus of the analysis is on the patterns of co-operation and collaboration in research networks within FP4, involving the industrial, research and education sectors of all EU-Member States. The aggregate situation of FP4, and the Transport Research Programme in particular, are examined to identify features within patterns of co-operation of relevance to European research. The methodology is summarised, and potential for future research evaluation within the European Research Area is assessed. Copyright , Beech Tree Publishing.
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