|Statement||by Lorna Katherine Rees-Potter.|
|Series||Canadian theses = Thèses canadiennes|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 microfiches (652 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||652|
Dynamic thesaural systems: A bibliometric study of terminological and conceptual change in sociology and economics with application to the design of dynamic thesaural systems ☆ Author links open overlay panel Lorna K. Rees-PotterCited by: Cozzens using citation context analysis method for historical analysis in the field of economics found striking changes in how a document is cited over time . The present study uses the bibliometric techniques of citation and co-citation context analysis and further extends this research to an appli- cation in the area of terminological analysis and by: Based on the Essential Science Indicators database, this study analyzed highly cited papers (HCPs) in the field of Economics and Business from authors, universities, and 64 countries/territories. From this data, three lists were created: the top 76 scientists, 50 most influential universities, and 33 most influential countries/territories. The results show that the USA is the Cited by: 1. This article presents a bibliometric analysis using the Web of Science database to determine the research areas with the greatest research output, the countries and languages responsible for most social entrepreneurship research, the year in which research on social entrepreneurship began, the journals that publish most research, and the most relevant authors with publications on social entrepreneurship. This study thus aims to orient researchers who are new in social entrepreneurship Cited by:
An increased demand for these types of analysis in evaluation of research and productivity is likely within many scientific communities, by politicians as well as funding agencies. Bibliometric analysis has apparently been seen as a valuable method for evaluating scientific production and it has a rising impact especially in the non-LIS by: Bibliometrics is a research field that studies quantitatively the bibliographic material. This study analyzes the academic research developed in Latin America in economics between and The article uses the Web of Science database in order to collect the information and provides several bibliometric indicators including the total number of publications and citations, and the by: A bibliometric analysis of the scientific literature on Internet, and 43 were review articles or book reviews and hence the concept was not applicable. Therefore, the population studied could be identified for articles: 53 (%) involved studies among adults, 42 (%) adolescents, 39 (%) university students, and 8 (% Cited by: There are also bibliometric analysis published in health management that investigate the attention and progress of strategic management in the literature , in health economics, studies have.
A bibliometric analysis of global Zika research Article (PDF Available) in Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease 14(1) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'. A Bibliometric Analysis Of Terminological And Conceptual Change In Sociology And Economics: With Application To The Design Of Dynamic Thesaural Systems (volumes I Author: Lorna Katherine Rees-potter. Rees-Potter, L.K.: Dynamic thesaural systems: a Bibliometric study of terminological and conceptual change in sociology and economics with the application to the design of dynamic thesaural systems. Information Processing and Management 25(6), – () CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 4. To identify fields where the role of non-serial literature is considerable or critical in terms of bibliometric standard methods, the totality of the bibliographic citations indexed in the annual cumulation of the SCI and SSCI databases, have been processed. The analysis is based on three indicators, Cited by: