26 pages tagged "research integrity"
Transcending the (non)sense of academic rankings
When Knowledge Wins article features in AMLE virtual collection on Principles for Responsible Management Education
Top-50 most highly-cited academics in Business & Management worldwide
Discusses a new individual ranking based on Scopus citations as well as some concrete suggestions for changing performance appraisal
Google Scholar as a new data source for citation analysis
Documents the advantages and disadvantages of using Google Scholar as a source for citation analysis
On academic life: collaborations and active engagement
Discusses 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
How to prevent burn-out? About staying sane in academia
Provides twelve suggestions on how to prevent burn-out and keep your sanity
Do Google Scholar, Scopus and the Web of Science speak your language?
Short summary of white paper on the coverage of non-English language publications in three major databases for citation analysis
Creating a supportive and collaborative research culture at Middlesex University Business School
How supportive and collaborative research cultures can improve international research rankings
Middlesex University rising in the research rankings
Quick summary of MDX's strongly improved position in three international research rankings
The phantom reference strikes again
Update of a 2017 white paper that shows that - with over 500 citations - the phantom reference is alive and kicking
Health warning: Might contain multiple personalities
Shows how a lack of name disambiguation leads to serious distortion of the Essential Science Indicators
To rank or not to rank
Gives an overview of my research in the field of journal rankings, university rankings and citation rankings
An Australian "productivity boom"? ... or maybe just a database expansion?
Shows how difficult longitudinal bibliometric analyses are when database coverage changes
Are referencing errors undermining our scholarship and credibility?
Discusses how myths are created through careless referencing
The Ethical Professor
Provides a short introduction to a book on ethical dilemmas in academic careers
The mystery of the phantom reference: a detective story
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
Is ISI misunderstanding the Social Sciences?
Documents how ISI is inappropriately applying Science-based criteria to articles in the Social Sciences
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
Nancy Adler: Daring to Care
Nancy Adler's inspirational papers on doing research that matters
Australian research output in Economics & Business: quantity over quality?
Shows the discrepancy between research productivity and research impact for Australian research in Economics & Business
Publish or Perish increases transparency in academic appointments
Illustrates how PoP has been used to expose nepotism and incompetence
Running the REF on a rainy Sunday afternoon: Do metrics match peer review?
Short summary of white paper that proposes replacing the REF with a metrics-based exercise
Working with ISI data: Beware of categorisation problems
ISI appears to regularly misclassify journal articles containing original research into the "review" or "proceedings paper" category, rather than assigning them to the appropriate "article" category.
Trailblazers of diversity: editors and editorial board diversity
Documents my research with Isabel Metz on gender and international diversity in editorial boards
Research fraud: salutary reading for the Summer holidays
Introduces Diederik Stapel's novel Derailment, a salutary tale of a researcher's downfall
How to become an author of ESI Highly Cited Papers?
Documents how unscrupulous predatory open access journals can distort citation counts
Gender bias and meritocracy: How to make career advancement in Economics more inclusive
Part of a Dossier on Women in Economics published in Economisch Statistische Berichten
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