Volume 78, Number 1, January 2009
Jonathan M. Levitt
, Mike Thelwall
: The most highly cited Library and Information Science articles: Interdisciplinarity, first authors and citation patterns.
: Technological specialization and patenting strategies in East Asia - Insights from the electronics industry.
: Fluorine research in South Africa and four benchmarking countries: Comparative mapping and assessment.
: Comparing the scientific quality achieved by funding instruments for single grant holders and for collaborative networks within a research system: Some observations.
Volume 78, Number 2, February 2009
: The international preliminary examination of patent applications filed under the Patent Cooperation Treaty - a proxy for patent value?
, Ben R. Martin
: Evaluation of Moroccan research using a bibliometric-based approach: investigation of the validity of the h-index.
, Hwei-Lan Pao
: An evaluation of research performance in management of 168 Taiwan universities.
: An analysis and comparison of scientometric data between journals of physics, chemistry and engineering.
B. M. Gupta
, S. M. Dhawan
: Status of physics research in India: An analysis of research output during 1993-2001.
: Garfield's demon and "surprising" or "unexpected" results in science.
Volume 78, Number 3, March 2009
: The authorship and country spread of Operation Research journals.
: The extent of influence: An alternative approach to identifying dominant contributors to a discipline's literature.
: The top 40 citation classics in the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology.
Carlos B. Amat
, Alfredo Yegros-Yegros
: Median age difference of references as indicator of information update of research groups: A case study in Spanish food research.
: An empirical study of the accessibility of web references in two Chinese academic journals.
Paul F. Skilton
: Does the human capital of teams of natural science authors predict citation frequency?
: Using the h-index for assessing single publications.