Are you in top 1% (1‰)?
Marek Kosmulski ()
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Marek Kosmulski: Lublin University of Technology
Scientometrics, 2018, vol. 114, issue 2, 557-565
Abstract A new simple bibliometric indicator is based on the number of highly cited papers (as defined by WoS®). It can be used to assess individuals, journals and universities. Unlike most other citation-based-indicators it equalizes the chances of young scientists (vs. their more experienced colleagues) and of scientists working in less-popular disciplines. The ranking of scientists based on the new indicator is not correlated with the rankings based upon the number of citations or on the Hirsch-index.
Keywords: Citation; Assessment of authors; Assessment of publications; Scientific degree (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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