Dag W. Aksnes
Dag W. Aksnes
NIFU - Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education
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Citations, citation indicators, and research quality: An overview of basic concepts and theories
DW Aksnes, L Langfeldt, P Wouters
Sage Open 9 (1), 2158244019829575, 2019
Characteristics of highly cited papers
DW Aksnes
Research evaluation 12 (3), 159-170, 2003
A macro study of self-citation
DW Aksnes
Scientometrics 56, 235-246, 2003
Does self-citation pay?
J Fowler, D Aksnes
Scientometrics 72 (3), 427-437, 2007
A criteria-based assessment of the coverage of Scopus and Web of Science
DW Aksnes, G Sivertsen
Journal of Data and Information Science 4 (1), 1-21, 2019
Peer reviews and bibliometric indicators: a comparative study at a Norwegian university
DW Aksnes, RE Taxt
Research evaluation 13 (1), 33-41, 2004
Publication rate expressed by age, gender and academic position–A large-scale analysis of Norwegian academic staff
K Rørstad, DW Aksnes
Journal of informetrics 9 (2), 317-333, 2015
Are female researchers less cited? A large‐scale study of Norwegian scientists
DW Aksnes, K Rorstad, F Piro, G Sivertsen
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 62 (4 …, 2011
Citation rates and perceptions of scientific contribution
DW Aksnes
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 57 (2 …, 2006
Researchers’ perceptions of citations
DW Aksnes, A Rip
Research Policy 38 (6), 895-905, 2009
The effect of highly cited papers on national citation indicators
DW Aksnes, G Sivertsen
Scientometrics 59 (2), 213-224, 2004
Explaining the increase in publication productivity among academic staff: A generational perspective
S Kyvik, DW Aksnes
Studies in Higher Education 40 (8), 1438-1453, 2015
A macro analysis of productivity differences across fields: Challenges in the measurement of scientific publishing
FN Piro, DW Aksnes, K Rørstad
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 64 (2 …, 2013
Scientific productivity and group size: A bibliometric analysis of Norwegian microbiological research
P Seglen, D Aksnes
Scientometrics 49 (1), 125-143, 2000
Ranking national research systems by citation indicators. A comparative analysis using whole and fractionalised counting methods
DW Aksnes, JW Schneider, M Gunnarsson
Journal of Informetrics 6 (1), 36-43, 2012
Excellence and growth dynamics: A comparative study of the Matthew effect
L Langfeldt, M Benner, G Sivertsen, EH Kristiansen, DW Aksnes, ...
Science and Public Policy 42 (5), 661-675, 2015
Are mobile researchers more productive and cited than non-mobile researchers? A large-scale study of Norwegian scientists
DW Aksnes, K Rørstad, FN Piro, G Sivertsen
Research Evaluation 22 (4), 215-223, 2013
Gender gaps in international research collaboration: A bibliometric approach
DW Aksnes, FN Piro, K Rørstad
Scientometrics 120, 747-774, 2019
Centres of Excellence in the Nordic countries. A comparative study of research excellence policy and excellence centre schemes in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden
DW Aksnes, M Benner, SB Borlaug, HF Hansen, E Kallerud, E Kristiansen, ...
NIFU, 2012
Citations and their use as indicators in science policy: Studies of validity and applicability issues with a particular focus on highly cited papers
DW Aksnes
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