Dag W. Aksnes
Dag W. Aksnes
NIFU - Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education
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Characteristics of highly cited papers
DW Aksnes
Research evaluation 12 (3), 159-170, 2003
A macro study of self-citation
DW Aksnes
Scientometrics 56 (2), 235-246, 2003
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
Does self-citation pay?
J Fowler, D Aksnes
Scientometrics 72 (3), 427-437, 2007
Peer reviews and bibliometric indicators: a comparative study at a Norwegian university
DW Aksnes, RE Taxt
Research evaluation 13 (1), 33-41, 2004
Citation rates and perceptions of scientific contribution
DW Aksnes
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 57 (2 …, 2006
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 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
The effect of highly cited papers on national citation indicators
DW Aksnes, G Sivertsen
Scientometrics 59 (2), 213-224, 2004
Researchers’ perceptions of citations
DW Aksnes, A Rip
Research Policy 38 (6), 895-905, 2009
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
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
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
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
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
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 structure and development of polar research (1981–2007): a publication-based approach
DW Aksnes, DO Hessen
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 41 (2), 155-163, 2009
Gender gaps in international research collaboration: A bibliometric approach
DW Aksnes, FN Piro, K Rørstad
Scientometrics 120 (2), 747-774, 2019
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