Six Essential Science Indicators highly-cited papers
Lists six of my papers that are Web of Science highly-cited papers, i.e. top 1% most cited in their fields
Shameless selfpromotion ..., I know! But hey, academics don't get good news that often. Most of our feedback consists of critique and rejections, so we need something to boost our egos occasionally. I have been listed on ISI's Essential Science Indicators ranking of the 1% most highly cited authors in Economics & Business since 2007; in the last years, my position has crept up to being in the top 0.2%.
In addition to ranking the top 1% most highly cited authors and universities, ISI also determines highly-cited papers, which are papers that are in the top 1% of their field in terms of citations when compared to other papers published that year. Six of my papers were honoured in this way.
Update: 12 January 2017: Highly cited paper number 7 this week!
Update: 11 May 2017: Highly cited paper number 8 this week!
Update: 24 June 2018: Highly cited papers number 9 and 10 this week!
Please note 1: Citation counts are current at the time the papers achieved highly-cited status, but are very different now and - especially for the articles published in recent years - much higher.
Please note 2: Due to the way the WoS calculates the highly-cited designation, needing a particular number of citations in specific years, some papers might drop in and out highly-cited paper category regularly despite remaining in the top 1% cited papers for the year in which they were published.
Highly-cited in Business & Management
Since May 2017, I have four highly cited papers in Business and Management. The first is discussed in the provocative blogpost: Should we distance ourselves from the cultural distance concept? The second is discussed in a blogpost with my other work on the bridging role of international assignees in knowledge transfer in MNCs. The third paper is discussed in Helene Tenzer's blogpost on multi-lingual teams on my website. The fourth one doesn't have its own blogpost yet, but is referenced in a blogpost on Nancy Adler's inspiring work.
- Harzing, A.W.; Pudelko, M. (2016) Do we need to distance ourselves from the distance concept? Why home and host country context might matter more than (cultural) distance, Management International Review, vol. 56, no. 1, pp. 1-34. Available online... - Publisher's version (free access!) - Related blog post - ESI top 1% most Highly Cited Paper
- Harzing, A.W.; Pudelko, M.; Reiche B.S. (2016) The bridging role of expatriates and inpatriates in knowledge transfer in multinational corporations, Human Resource Management, vol. 55, no. 4, pp. 679–695. Available online... - Publisher's version (free access!) - Related blog post - ESI top 1% most Highly Cited Paper- One of three finalists for the 2016 International HRM Scholarly Research Award from the HR Division, the Academy of Management
- Tenzer, H.; Pudelko, M.; Harzing, A.W. (2014) The impact of language barriers on trust formation in multinational teams, Journal of International Business Studies, vol. 45, no. 5, pp. 508-535. Available online... - Publisher's version - Related blog post - [Also incorporated in a JIBS collection on Language] - ESI top 1% most Highly Cited Paper
- Adler, N.; Harzing, A.W. (2009) When Knowledge Wins: Transcending the sense and nonsense of academic rankings, The Academy of Management Learning & Education, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 72-95. Available online... - Publisher's version - Related blog post - [Winner of the 2009 AMLE Outstanding article of the year award, free download courtesy of AoM.] - ESI top 1% most Highly Cited Paper
Highly-cited in Library and Information Science
My four other highly-cited papers are all in the field of bibliometrics and thus do not "count" for my author ranking in Economics & Business. However, they deserve just as much of a mention. The first one presents an alternative to the much-maligned ISI journal impact factor, by using Google Scholar as a data source and a five year h-index for journals.
The second and third build on my early work with Google Scholar and are referenced in a blogpost, which also discusses the fourth highly-cited article comparing coverage in Google Scholar, Scopus and the Web of Science. This last paper is even a "hot paper", meaning that it was recognized very soon after publication, reflected by rapid and significant numbers of citations.
Highly-cited papers number five and six both deal with Microsoft Academic, a new source for citation data on which I wrote the first three articles.
- Harzing, A.W.; Wal, R. van der (2009) A Google Scholar h-index for journals: An alternative metric to measure journal impact in Economics & Business?, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, vol. 60, no. 1, pp 41-46. Available online... - Publisher's version - Related blog post - ESI top 1% most Highly Cited Paper
- Harzing, A.W. (2013) A preliminary test of Google Scholar as a source for citation data: A longitudinal study of Nobel Prize winners, Scientometrics, vol. 93, no. 3, pp. 1057-1075. Available online... - Publisher's version (read for free) - Related blog post - ESI top 1% most Highly Cited Paper
- Harzing, A.W. (2014) A longitudinal study of Google Scholar coverage between 2012 and 2013, Scientometrics, vol. 98, no. 1, pp. 565-575. Available online... - Publisher's version (read for free) - Related blog post - ESI top 1% most Highly Cited Paper
- Harzing, A.W.; Alakangas, S. (2016) Google Scholar, Scopus and the Web of Science: A longitudinal and cross-disciplinary comparison, Scientometrics, vol. 106, no. 2, pp. 787-804. Available online... - Publisher's version (read for free) - Related blog post - Presentation slides - Video presentation of this article - ESI top 1% most Highly Cited Paper - ESI hot paper
- Harzing, A.W.; Alakangas, S. (2017) Microsoft Academic: Is the Phoenix getting wings?, Scientometrics, vol. 110, no. 1, pp. 371-383. Available online... - Publisher's version (read for free) - Related blog post - Press coverage in Scientific American and Nature
- Harzing, A.W.; Alakangas, S. (2017) Microsoft Academic is one year old: the Phoenix is ready to leave the nest, Scientometrics, vol. 112, no. 3, pp. 1887-1894. Available online... - Publisher's version (read for free) - Related blog post
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Anne-Wil Harzing is Professor of International Management at Middlesex University, London and visiting professor of International Management at Tilburg University. She is a Fellow of the Academy of International Business, a select group of distinguished AIB members who are recognized for their outstanding contributions to the scholarly development of the field of international business. In addition to her academic duties, she also maintains the Journal Quality List and is the driving force behind the popular Publish or Perish software program.