Measuring the global research environment: Information science challenges for the 21st century

@inproceedings{Anderson2005MeasuringTG,
  title={Measuring the global research environment: Information science challenges for the 21st century},
  author={Carolyn L Anderson and Gabriele Bammer},
  booktitle={ASIST},
  year={2005}
}
“What does the global research environment look like?” This paper presents a summary look at the results of efforts to address this question using available indicators on global research production. It was surprising how little information is available, how difficult some of it is to access and how flawed the data are. The three most useful data sources were UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) Research and Development data (1996-2002), the Institute of… CONTINUE READING

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