The scientometric weight of 50 nations in 27 science areas, 1989–1993. Part II. Life sciences

@article{Braun1995TheSW,
  title={The scientometric weight of 50 nations in 27 science areas, 1989–1993. Part II. Life sciences},
  author={Tibor Braun and Wolfgang Gl{\"a}nzel and Hariolf Grupp},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={1995},
  volume={34},
  pages={207-237}
}
The present paper at tempts some new approaches to the presentat ion of bibliometric macro-level indicators. Whilst in former suties national indicators on the 5 major science fields, life sciences, physis, chemistry, engineering and mathematics (e.g., 14) a n d / o r 128 subfields 5 have been presented, this s tudy aims at a compromise between the two extremes. In that order the subfields have been grouped into 27 broader science areas. The assignment followed a suggestion by Grupp and Hinze 6… CONTINUE READING

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