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1 Introduction Research Impact (RI) is a broad topic of scientometrics to support the progress of science and monitoring the influence of efforts made by the government, institutions, societies, programs, and individual researchers. There are several documented and popular RI assessment methods developed by individuals and organisations for evaluating the research of a particular programme or general-purpose. This intent has created the diversity in evaluation methods, frameworks and scope. Some approaches focus only on the impacts related to academic recognition

scale research university with a mission for cutting edge basic research in internationally competitive areas, fulfils its mission. These ranking systems fail to pinpoint the university’s strengths and weaknesses, and hence are useless for development planning. Hence, a new, individualized, and differentiating assessment method is needed, with special emphasis on research impact and competitiveness. The past decades witnessed a worldwide growth of research activities and an increasing demand for return on research investment. Considerable effort has been devoted to

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institution. Moreover, open access also increases the research impact of the individual author [ 1 ]. Physicists have a long tradition with open access; the arXiv ( http://arxiv.org ) was started in 1991 as a repository for preprints in physics and was later expanded to include other fields [ 2 ]. The choice of not having any publication fee has been possible only because of the willingness of many people to take this on as voluntary work. We will aim at keeping things this way as long as possible, but realize that we may need some economy when the number of submissions

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Bornmann, L., & Daniel, H.D. (2005). Selection of research fellowship recipients by committee peer review. Reliability, fairness and predictive validity of Board of Trustees’ decisions. Scientometrics, 63(2), 297–320. Bornmann L. & Daniel H.D. 2005 Selection of research fellowship recipients by committee peer review. Reliability, fairness and predictive validity of Board of Trustees’ decisions Scientometrics 63 2 297 320 Chang, J., & Liu, J.H. (2019). Methods and practices for institutional benchmarking based on research impact and competitiveness. Journal of Data and

and Piette J. Michael, “The relative impacts of economics journals”, in the Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. 32, 1994, pp. 640-666. Laband N. David and Zhang Daowei, “Citations, publications, and perceptions-based rankings of the research impact of North American forestry programs”, in the Journal of Forestry , Vol. 104, no. 5 (July/August), 2006, pp. 254-61. Lubrano Michel, Bauwens Luc, Kirman Alan and Protopopescu Camelia, “Ranking economics departments in Europe: a statistical approach”, a core discussion paper, 2003/50. Lucas F. Robert, “Contributions to

, Berkeley, United States, pp. 1-146. Hoen B., Brown J.P., Jackson T., Wiser R., Thayer M.A., Cappers P., 2013, A Spatial Hedonic Analysis of Wind Energy Facilities on Surrounding Property Values in the United States, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), LBNL Report LBNL-6362E, Berkeley, United States, pp. 1-51. Khatri M., 2004, RICS Wind Farm Research: Impact of Wind Farms on the Value of Residential Property and Agricultural Land. Prepared for Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, London, UK. Komornicki T., Rosik P., Świątek D., Wiśniewski R., Milewski P

,. Available at: http://www.intechopen.com/books/sustainable-forestmanagement-current-research/impact-of-heavymachineson-the-soil-root-system-and-plant-growth. Goulden, M. L., Wofsy, S. C., Harden, J. W., Trumbore, S. E., Crill, P. M., Gower, S. T. et al., 1998: Sensitivity of boreal forest carbon balance to soil thaw. Science, 279:214-217. Güldner, O., 2002: Untersuchungen zu Bodenveränderungen durch die Holzernte in Sachsen und Entwicklung eines Konzepts zur ökologisch verträglichen Feinerschliessung von Waldbeständen. In: Tagungsbericht der Sektion Forsttechnik des