12 pages tagged "that's interesting"

Welcome to my blog!
18 Mar 2016 - Anne-Wil Harzing
Introduction to Anne-Wil's blog

Do Google Scholar, Scopus and the Web of Science speak your language?
12 Jun 2016 - Anne-Wil Harzing
Short summary of white paper on the coverage of non-English language publications in three major databases for citation analysis

Reflections on norms for the h-index and related indices
23 Aug 2016 - Anne-Wil Harzing
Uses Academy of Management and Academy of International Business Presidents to present aspirational norm scores

How to get listed on the ESI ranking of highly cited authors
08 Sep 2016 - Anne-Wil Harzing
Illustrates how tongue-in-cheek papers might be taken seriously by naive (or desparate) academics

How to address your lecturer?
29 Sep 2016 - Anne-Wil Harzing
Shows how countries differ in their expected way of address for teachers

Gender and geographical diversity in the JIBS editorial board: an update
06 Jun 2017 - Anne-Wil Harzing
Announces an update of white paper on editorial board diversity

Running the REF on a rainy Sunday afternoon: Do metrics match peer review?
14 Aug 2017 - Anne-Wil Harzing
Short summary of white paper that proposes replacing the REF with a metrics-based exercise

The mystery of the phantom reference: a detective story
08 Nov 2017 - Anne-Wil Harzing
Short summary of white paper that shows how sloppy writing and sloppy quality control lead to a non-existing article being cited nearly 400 times

The phantom reference strikes again
28 Nov 2019 - Anne-Wil Harzing
Update of a 2017 white paper that shows that - with over 500 citations - the phantom reference is alive and kicking

Forever young? University age in the Times Higher Education Young Universities ranking
04 Apr 2022 - Anne-Wil Harzing
Queries whether the THE Young ranking is taking the definition of young a little too far

The mystery of the phantom reference
26 Oct 2017 - Anne-Wil Harzing
Shows how sloppy writing and sloppy quality control lead to a non-existing article being cited nearly 400 times

From h-index to hIa: The ins and outs of research metrics
20 Jul 2016 - Anne-Wil Harzing
Explains two key research metrics and compares three sources of citation data: the Web of Science, Scopus, and Google Scholar.

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