Bibliometrics as a Research Field
by W. Glänzel
Number of pages: 115
Bibliometrics has become a standard tool of science policy and research management in the last decades. All significant compilations of science indicators heavily rely on publication and citation statistics and other, more sophisticated bibliometric techniques.
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