nep-sog New Economics Papers
on Sociology of Economics
Issue of 2017‒05‒14
one paper chosen by
Jonas Holmström
Axventure AB

  1. Calculating the excellence shift: How efficiently do institutions produce highly cited papers? By Bornmann, Lutz; Wohlrabe, Klaus

  1. By: Bornmann, Lutz; Wohlrabe, Klaus
    Abstract: The excellence shift is proposed, which shows universities’ ability to produce highly cited papers as measured against their basic academic research efficiency (ARE). To demonstrate our approach, we use data from 50 US universities.
    Keywords: Efficiency, high-impact papers, excellence shift
    JEL: A1 A12 I21 I23
    Date: 2017–05–12

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