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    Title: Independent publications from Serbia in the Science Citation Index Expanded: A bibliometric analysis
    Authors: Ivanovi?, D;Ivanovi?, D;何玉山*
    Contributors: 生物科技學系
    Keywords: Serbia;SCI-EXPANDED;Web of Science;Research trends;Y-Index
    Date: 2014-10
    Issue Date: 2014-11-07 14:50:02 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This paper presents a bibliometric analysis of articles from the Republic of Serbia in the period 2006–
    2012 that are indexed in the Thomson Reuters SCI-EXPANDED database. The Republic of Serbia is
    a small country in Europe with about seven million citizens that became an independent country in
    2006. Since 2006, Serbian science has achieved some recognition. Analysis included 14,293 articles
    with authors allfrom Serbia. Distribution of published articles in the Web of Science categories,
    journals, scientific-research institutions and researchers were analysed. Most cited independent
    research articles from Serbia were also analysed. The Y-index indicator for rating the productivity of
    researchers and institutions was used. This indicator takes into account the contribution of the
    researcher to the published results. The results showed that the productivity of articles from Serbia is
    significant compared to neighbouring Serbian countries, taking into account the number of researchers
    in these countries, their GDPs and the percentages of GDPs spent on research.
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