An impact indicator for researchers

@article{Vieira2011AnII,
  title={An impact indicator for researchers},
  author={Elizabeth S. Vieira and Jos{\'e} A. N. F. Gomes},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={2011},
  volume={89},
  pages={607-629}
}
The assessment of individual researchers using bibliometric indicators is more complex than that of a region, country or university. For large scientific bodies, averages over a large number of researchers and their outputs is generally believed to give indication of the quality of the research work. For an individual, the detailed peer evaluation of his research outputs is required and, even this, may fail in the short term to make a final, long term assessment of the relevance and originality… CONTINUE READING
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