commonly used organizations are:
National Academies Press
World Health Organization
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
UK Government (GOV.UK)
National Bureau of Economic Research
Analysis & Policy Observatory (APO)
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
The Publications Office of the EuropeanUnion
The distribution of proportions of papers mentioned in policy documents across the landscape ranges between 0 and 19% and is visualized in Fig. 3 .
with the ProQuest “Narrow results” menu. The full text ProQuest records for the search results were downloaded to generate a set of news stories potentially mentioning one or more of the 13,051 academic journals.
3.3 Stage 3: Identifying correct journal matches
The Stage 2 method returns some false and ambiguous results. For instance, the query FT(“JOURNAL OF CANCER”) matched multiple journals (e.g., EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER, BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER). Adding the term “journal” after journal names (“Science journal” or “Nature journal”) also sometimes
’ performance in science, what can city administrations do to improve it? If cities have very different sizes and populations (even publication output) worldwide, what kind of territorial demarcation can be introduced to balance these differences?
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has also provided useful tools to collect data to help in the analysis of these processes.
Led by the EuropeanUnion, Open Science is moving towards the ambitious goal “to open access to scientific publications as the default option by 2020” ( Council of the EuropeanUnion, 2016 , p. 12; Enserink, 2016 ). Publications for Open Access will still need peer review. In a recent article in Nature , Rennie (2016) states that OPR provides a more ethical approach to peer review and calls for rigorous studies to compare various models (open, blind, pre- and post
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banking industry through the proposed approach combining MPI with DEA window analysis technique, which can treat the panel data with the advantage of dealing with small-size samples. The labor productivity in the EuropeanUnion area was investigated in Färe et al. (2006) . Cooper et al. (2007) showed that the MPI is an index which represents the Total Factor Productivity (TFP) growth of a DMU, and it can reflect (1) the progress or regress in technical efficiency, (2) the changes of the frontier technology between two time periods under the multiple inputs and
policy and research management. From 1977 senior research fellow physics in Leiden, in 1985 “field switch” from physics to science and technology studies, 1991 Full Professor. His research focuses on design, construction, and application of quantitative indicators on important aspects of science and technology. Contract research for the government of the Netherlands, other EuropeanUnion member states, the European Commission, national and international research organizations, and the business sector. Main research interests: application of bibliometric indicators in
The number of scholarly papers and citations thereto are indirect indicators of the level of scientific development of countries. The number of scholarly papers with Turkish affiliations listed in citation indexes has increased tremendously over the years and Turkey ranks 18th in the world in terms of number of publications. Over 36,000 papers were published in 2015 alone, although their scientific impact in terms of the number of citations they gather is well below the average of the world, the EuropeanUnion (EU) and the OECD countries
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