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TitleCited byYear
A field-standardized application of DEA to national-scale research assessment of universities
G Abramo, T Cicero, CA D’Angelo
Journal of Informetrics 5 (4), 618-628, 2011
752011
Assessing the varying level of impact measurement accuracy as a function of the citation window length
G Abramo, T Cicero, CA D’Angelo
Journal of Informetrics 5 (4), 659-667, 2011
712011
Revisiting the scaling of citations for research assessment
G Abramo, T Cicero, CA D’Angelo
Journal of Informetrics 6 (4), 470-479, 2012
592012
The dispersion of research performance within and between universities as a potential indicator of the competitive intensity in higher education systems
G Abramo, T Cicero, CA D’Angelo
Journal of Informetrics 6 (2), 155-168, 2012
552012
The dangers of performance-based research funding in non-competitive higher education systems
G Abramo, T Cicero, CA D’Angelo
Scientometrics 87 (3), 641-654, 2011
512011
The impact of unproductive and top researchers on overall university research performance
G Abramo, T Cicero, CA D’Angelo
Journal of informetrics 7 (1), 166-175, 2013
502013
Revisiting size effects in higher education research productivity
G Abramo, T Cicero, CA D’Angelo
Higher Education 63 (6), 701-717, 2012
492012
Are the authors of highly cited articles also the most productive ones?
G Abramo, T Cicero, CA D’Angelo
Journal of Informetrics 8 (1), 89-97, 2014
482014
What is the appropriate length of the publication period over which to assess research performance?
G Abramo, CA D'Angelo, T Cicero
Scientometrics 93 (3), 1005-1017, 2012
482012
Evaluating scientific research in Italy: The 2004–10 research evaluation exercise
A Ancaiani, AF Anfossi, A Barbara, S Benedetto, B Blasi, V Carletti, ...
Research Evaluation 24 (3), 242-255, 2015
472015
Individual research performance: A proposal for comparing apples to oranges
G Abramo, T Cicero, CA D’Angelo
Journal of Informetrics 7 (2), 528-539, 2013
442013
National peer-review research assessment exercises for the hard sciences can be a complete waste of money: the Italian case
G Abramo, T Cicero, CA D’Angelo
Scientometrics 95 (1), 311-324, 2013
292013
Should the research performance of scientists be distinguished by gender?
G Abramo, T Cicero, CA D’Angelo
Journal of informetrics 9 (1), 25-38, 2015
262015
A sensitivity analysis of researchers’ productivity rankings to the time of citation observation
G Abramo, T Cicero, CA D’Angelo
Journal of Informetrics 6 (2), 192-201, 2012
242012
The solitude of stars. An analysis of the distributed excellence model of European universities
A Bonaccorsi, P Haddawy, T Cicero, SU Hassan
Journal of Informetrics 11 (2), 435-454, 2017
202017
Nondeterministic ranking of university departments
A Bonaccorsi, T Cicero
Journal of Informetrics 10 (1), 224-237, 2016
152016
Rethinking impact factors: better ways to judge a journal
LW Paul Wouters, Cassidy R. Sugimoto, Vincent Larivière, Marie E. McVeigh ...
Nature 569, 621-623, 2019
132019
How important is choice of the scaling factor in standardizing citations?
G Abramo, T Cicero, CA D’Angelo
Journal of Informetrics 6 (4), 645-654, 2012
132012
Explaining the transatlantic gap in research excellence
A Bonaccorsi, T Cicero, P Haddawy, SUL Hassan
Scientometrics 110 (1), 217-241, 2017
122017
Distributed or concentrated research excellence? Evidence from a large‐scale research assessment exercise
A Bonaccorsi, T Cicero
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 67 (12 …, 2016
122016
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