Evolutionary patterns of national disciplinary profiles in research: 1996–2015

@article{Li2017EvolutionaryPO,
  title={Evolutionary patterns of national disciplinary profiles in research: 1996–2015},
  author={Ning Li},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={2017},
  volume={111},
  pages={493-520}
}
This paper presents an empirical study of the evolutionary patterns of national disciplinary profiles in research using a dataset extracted from Scopus covering publications from 45 nations for the period 1996–2015. Measures of disciplinary specializations and statistical models are employed to examine the distribution of disciplinary specializations across nations, the patterns of structural changes in the world’s disciplinary profiles, and the evolutionary patterns of research profiles in… CONTINUE READING

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