The decline of Swedish neuroscience: Decomposing a bibliometric national science indicator
AbstractRecent studies have reported on a steady decline of Sweden's relative citation impact in almost all science fields, above all in the life sciences. The authors attempt to shed light on the observed decline in Swedish neuroscience through a detailed citation analysis at different level of aggregations. Thus national citation data are de composed to the institutional, departmental and individual level. Both, the decomposition of national science indicators and changing collaboration patterns in Swedish neuroscience reveal interesting details on the 'anatomy' of a decline.
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Date of creation: 2003
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Publication status: Published in Scientometrics (2003) v.57, p.197-213
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