15 pages tagged "social sciences"
Action Intent: Getting closer to leadership behavior in 22 countries
New book chapter on how "close-to-action" leadership scenarios can be used to study leadership across cultures
How to use Publish or Perish effectively?
Presents the slides of a Bibliometrics Summer School session in July 2019
Bibliometrics in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Reports on my presentation at a workshop in March 2017 organised by the UK LIS-Bibliometrics group
Citation analysis for the Social Sciences: metrics and data-sources
Argues that a fair and inclusive cross-disciplinary comparison of research performance is possible using Google Scholar and the hIa metric
Is ISI misunderstanding the Social Sciences?
Documents how ISI is inappropriately applying Science-based criteria to articles in the Social Sciences
On academic life: collaborations and active engagement
Discusses two of Martyna Sliwa's articles on the different rationalities underlying research collaborations and the need to get involved in managing and shaping the university organizations we work for
Finding a Unicorn? Research funding in Business & Management research
Explains why university administrators need to be realistic in the amount of research funding they can expect Business School academics to generate
To rank or not to rank
Gives an overview of my research in the field of journal rankings, university rankings and citation rankings
Publish or Perish: Realising Google Scholar's potential to democratise citation analysis
Reports on a presentation at the Google Scholar Day: Changing current evaluation paradigms
Why metrics can (and should?) be used in the Social Sciences
Reports on my presentation presented at "The Future of Research Assessment Peer Review vs. Metrics"
From h-index to hIa: The ins and outs of research metrics
Explains two key research metrics and compares three sources of citation data: the Web of Science, Scopus, and Google Scholar.
How to keep up-to-date with the literature, but avoid information overload?
Provides tips on how to keep up-to-date without getting lost in social media overload
Return to Meaning: A Social Science with Something to Say
Gives my reflections on my Summer reading "Return to Meaning" and pleads for individual initiative in creating Positive Academia
Onto-Epistemology in Business and Management Research
Why academics are (or should become) intellectuals, not technicians of research methods
CYGNA: Big Data in the Social Sciences
Reports on our 24th CYGNA meeting with expert introductions into big data in the social sciences and the gender aspects of artificial intelligence
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