His main research concerns Citation impact, Citation, Citation analysis, Bibliometrics and Regional science. His work carried out in the field of Citation impact brings together such families of science as Impact factor, Relation and Management science. His Citation research integrates issues from Institutional research and Scientific communication.
His research investigates the link between Citation analysis and topics such as Operations research that cross with problems in g-index. His Bibliometrics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social science, Scientometrics, Information retrieval and Data science. His Regional science study combines topics in areas such as Economic growth and Multinational corporation.
Wolfgang Glänzel focuses on Citation, Citation impact, Bibliometrics, Scientometrics and Data science. His work in the fields of Citation, such as Citation analysis, overlaps with other areas such as Set. His Citation analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Citation index and Operations research.
His work deals with themes such as Social science, Statistics and Regional science, which intersect with Citation impact. The concepts of his Bibliometrics study are interwoven with issues in Science studies, Epistemology and Information science. His research integrates issues of Webometrics and Stochastic modelling in his study of Scientometrics.
Wolfgang Glänzel mostly deals with Data science, Citation, Citation impact, Information retrieval and Bibliometrics. His Data science research incorporates themes from Perspective, Scientometrics and Subject. His study with Citation involves better knowledge in Library science.
His research in Citation impact intersects with topics in Citation analysis and Benchmarking. The Information retrieval study combines topics in areas such as Letter to the editor and Institutional research. His Bibliometrics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Economic growth and Science studies.
His primary areas of investigation include Citation, Data science, Citation impact, Bibliometrics and Similarity. As a part of the same scientific family, Wolfgang Glänzel mostly works in the field of Citation, focusing on Measure and, on occasion, Productivity, Multinational corporation, Industrial organization and Operations research. His Data science research includes elements of Ecstasy, Grand Challenges, Data integration and State.
Citation impact and Set are two areas of study in which Wolfgang Glänzel engages in interdisciplinary research. His work investigates the relationship between Bibliometrics and topics such as Economic growth that intersect with problems in Public sector. Wolfgang Glänzel interconnects Discipline, Chemistry, Information retrieval, Web of science and Scientific communication in the investigation of issues within Similarity.
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Analysing Scientific Networks Through Co-Authorship
Wolfgang Glänzel;Wolfgang Glänzel;András Schubert.
Handbook of Quantitative Science and Technology Research (2004)
National characteristics in international scientific co-authorship relations
A Hirsch-type index for journals
Tibor Braun;Wolfgang Glänzel;András Schubert.
Journal impact measures in bibliometric research
Wolfgang Glänzel;Henk F. Moed.
Inflationary bibliometric values: The role of scientific collaboration and the need for relative indicators in evaluative studies
Olle Persson;Wolfgang Glänzel;Rickard Danell.
Handbook of Quantitative Science and Technology Research: The Use of Publication and Patent Statistics in Studies of S&T Systems
Henk F. Moed;Wolfgang Glänzel;Ulrich Schmoch.
A new classification scheme of science fields and subfields designed for scientometric evaluation purposes
Wolfgang Glänzel;András Schubert.
Scientometric datafiles. A comprehensive set of indicators on 2649 journals and 96 countries in all major science fields and subfields 1981–1985
András Schubert;Wolfgang Glänzel;Tibor Braun.
Handbook of Quantitative Science and Technology Research
Henk F. Moed;Wolfgang Glänzel;Ulrich Schmoch.
Coauthorship patterns and trends in the sciences (1980-1998): A bibliometric study with implications for database indexing and search strategies
Library Trends (2002)
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