Analysing scientific collaborations of New Zealand institutions using scopus bibliometric data

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Show simple item record Arefkashfi, Seyedsamin en Friggens, D en Hendy, Shaun en 2018-10-11T19:31:45Z en 2018-01-29 en
dc.identifier.citation ACM International Conference Proceeding Series 29 Jan 2018 en
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dc.description.abstract © 2018 ACM. Scientific collaborations are among the main enablers of development in small national science systems. Although analysing scientific collaborations is a well-established subject in scientometrics, evaluations of scientific collaborations within a country remains speculative with studies based on a limited number of fields or using data too inadequate to be representative of collaborations at a national level. This study represents a unique view on the collaborative aspect of scientific activities in New Zealand. We perform a quantitative study based on all Scopus publications in all subjects for more than 1500 New Zealand institutions over a period of 6 years to generates an extensive mapping of scientific collaboration at a national level. The comparative results reveal the level of collaboration between New Zealand institutions and business enterprises, government institutions, higher education providers, and private not for profit organisations in 2010-2015. Constructing a collaboration network of institutions, we observe a power-law distribution indicating that a small number of New Zealand institutions account for a large proportion of national collaborations. Network centrality concepts are deployed to identify the most central institutions of the country in terms of collaboration. We also provide comparative results on 15 universities and Crown research institutes based on 27 subject classifications. en
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dc.title Analysing scientific collaborations of New Zealand institutions using scopus bibliometric data en
dc.type Journal Article en
dc.identifier.doi 10.1145/3167918.3167920 en
dc.rights.holder Copyright: The authors en
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pubs.subtype Conference Proceeding en
pubs.elements-id 668283 en Science en Physics en
pubs.arxiv-id 1709.02897 en

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