Volume 79, Number 1, April 2009
Kevin W. Boyack
: Using detailed maps of science to identify potential collaborations.
: Everything about genes: Some results on the dynamics of genomics research.
: Research performance and bureaucracy within public research labs.
: Open access scientometrics and the UK Research Assessment Exercise.
Volume 79, Number 2, May 2009
Ed C. M. Noyons
, Clara Calero-Medina
: Applying bibliometric mapping in a high level science policy context - Mapping the research areas of three Dutch Universities of Technology.
: Research quality and diversity of funding: A model for relating research money to output of research.
, Wolfgang Glänzel
: A structural analysis of benchmarks on different bibliometrical indicators for European research institutes based on their research profile.
Thed N. van Leeuwen
: Strength and weakness of national science systems: A bibliometric analysis through cooperation patterns.
: Introducing the Current Contribution Index for characterizing the recent, relevant impact of journals.
Volume 79, Number 3, June 2009
: Citation analysis of Ted Nelson's works and his influence on hypertext concept.
: Comparing two "thermometers": Impact factors of 20 leading economic journals according to Journal Citation Reports and Scopus.
, Shihmin Lo
, Wen Hao Chang
: How do latecomers catch up with forerunners? Analysis of patents and patent citations in the field of flat panel display technologies.
: What affects a patent's value? An analysis of variables that affect technological, direct economic, and indirect economic value: An exploratory conceptual approach.
: Scholarly communication in transition: The use of question marks in the titles of scientific articles in medicine, life sciences and physics 1966-2005.