Share This Author
Approaches to understanding and measuring interdisciplinary scientific research (IDR): A review of the literature
Network Structure, Self-Organization and the Growth of International Collaboration in Science.Research Policy, 34(10), 2005, 1608-1618.
International collaboration in science and the formation of a core group
The New Invisible College: Science for Development
- C. Wagner
- 1 July 2008
The twentieth century was the era of "big science." Driven by strategic rivalries and fierce economic competition, wealthy governments invested heavily in national science establishments. Direct…
Mapping the network of global science: comparing international co-authorships from 1990 to 2000
Findings show that, in the ten years between 1990 and 2000, the global network has expanded to include more nations, but the structure of this network has become more pronounced, and factor analysis suggests that various large countries compete with each other for partners in theglobal network.
Six case studies of international collaboration in science
- C. Wagner
- 22 February 2005
This study shows a comparison between the professional values/norms of these groups (normative level of research ethics) as well as a comparison about the frequency of ethically questionable and unacceptable behaviour of researchers in Croatian research institutions (behavioural level of ethos).
Science and Technology Collaboration: Building Capability in Developing Countries
Abstract : International collaboration is replacing other models as the preferred method of building scientific capacity in developing countries and it appears to be producing results. Researchers…
The Continuing Growth of Global Cooperation Networks in Research: A Conundrum for National Governments
When examined as interconnections across the globe over two decades, a global network has grown denser but not more clustered, meaning there are many more connections but they are not grouping into exclusive ‘cliques’, suggesting that power relationships are not reproduced those of the political system.
Is the United States losing ground in science? A global perspective on the world science system
Based on the Science Citation Index-Expanded web-version, the USA is still by far the strongest nation in terms of scientific performance. Its relative decline in percentage share of publications is…