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Applying bibliometric mapping in a high level science policy context
Noyons ECM, Calero-Medina C
Bibliometric maps have the potential to become useful tools for science policy issues. The complexity of the structures, however, makes it often very difficult to interpret the results. In this study, we present a case study in which we use the bibliometric mapping results to address a high level science policy issue of research efficiency. By revealing the results in an alternative way, we increased the utility of bibliometric mapping within the science policy context. Moreover, by including additional information to the entities in the landscape, we provide useful input for the research potential.
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Dr. E.C.M. (Ed) Noijons
Centre for Science and Technology Studies
Senior researcher and research fellow and assistant director at CWTS. Coordinator of mapping studies.Education: Drs. Dutch Language and Literature (Universiteit Utrecht, 1989)PhD Quantitative studies of science (universiteit Leiden, 1999)
MSc Clara Calero Medina
Researcher. MSc in economics from Carlos III University, Madrid. From November 2002 at CWTS. Her work concerns mapping and research assesment projects. Next to her CWTS work she is finishing her Ph.D. under the supervision of Professor A.F.J. van Raan. Her Thesis is about citations and ...