Gunnar Sivertsen
Gunnar Sivertsen
NIFU - Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education
Bekræftet mail på nifu.no
Citeret af
Citeret af
Understanding patterns of international scientific collaboration
T Luukkonen, O Persson, G Sivertsen
Science, Technology, & Human Values 17 (1), 101-126, 1992
The measurement of international scientific collaboration
T Luukkonen, R Tijssen, O Persson, G Sivertsen
Scientometrics 28 (1), 15-36, 1993
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
Publication patterns in the social sciences and humanities: evidence from eight European countries
E Kulczycki, TCE Engels, J Pölönen, K Bruun, M Dušková, R Guns, ...
Scientometrics 116 (1), 463-486, 2018
The effect of highly cited papers on national citation indicators
DW Aksnes, G Sivertsen
Scientometrics 59 (2), 213-224, 2004
The representation of the social sciences and humanities in the Web of Science—a comparison of publication patterns and incentive structures in Flanders and Norway (2005–9)
TLB Ossenblok, TCE Engels, G Sivertsen
Research Evaluation 21 (4), 280-290, 2012
Comprehensive bibliographic coverage of the social sciences and humanities in a citation index: An empirical analysis of the potential
G Sivertsen, B Larsen
Scientometrics 91 (2), 567-575, 2012
Patterns of internationalization and criteria for research assessment in the social sciences and humanities
G Sivertsen
Scientometrics 107 (2), 357-368, 2016
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
A performance indicator based on complete data for the scientific publication output at research institutions
G Sivertsen
ISSI newsletter 6 (1), 22-28, 2010
Publication-based funding: The Norwegian model
G Sivertsen
Research assessment in the humanities, 79-90, 2016
Unique, but still best practice? The Research Excellence Framework (REF) from an international perspective
G Sivertsen
Palgrave Communications 3 (1), 1-6, 2017
Taking scholarly books into account: current developments in five European countries
E Giménez-Toledo, J Mañana-Rodríguez, TCE Engels, P Ingwersen, ...
Scientometrics 107 (2), 685-699, 2016
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
Comprehensiveness of national bibliographic databases for social sciences and humanities: Findings from a European survey
L Sīle, J Pölönen, G Sivertsen, R Guns, TCE Engels, P Arefiev, ...
Research Evaluation 27 (4), 310-322, 2018
Science deserves to be judged by its contents, not by its wrapping: Revisiting Seglen's work on journal impact and research evaluation
L Zhang, R Rousseau, G Sivertsen
PLoS One 12 (3), e0174205, 2017
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
The Norwegian Model in Norway
G Sivertsen
Journal of Data and Information Science 3 (4), 3-19, 2018
Are book publications disappearing from scholarly communication in the social sciences and humanities?
TCE Engels, AI Starčič, E Kulczycki, J Pölönen, G Sivertsen
Aslib Journal of Information Management 70 (6), 592-607, 2018
Systemet kan ikke foretage handlingen nu. Prøv igen senere.
Artikler 1–20