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2017 (8 publications)

 

Bornmann, L. & Glänzel, W. (2017). Applying the CSS method to bibliometric indicators used in (university) rankings. Scientometrics, 110(2), 937-943. <paper>

 

Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. (2017). An Empirical Look at the Nature Index. Journal of the Association of Information Science and Technology, 68(3), 653-659. <preprint> <paper>

 

Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. (2017). Does evaluative scientometrics lose its main focus on scientific quality by the new orientation towards societal impact? Scientometrics, 110(2), 937-943. <paper>

 

Bornmann, L. & Leydesdorff, L. (2017). Skewness of citation impact data and covariates of citation distributions: A large-scale empirical analysis based on Web of Science data. Journal of Informetrics, 11(1), 164-175. <preprint> <paper>

 

Haunschild, R. & Bornmann, L. (2017). How many scientific papers are mentioned in policy-related documents? An empirical investigation using Web of Science and altmetric data? Scientometrics 110(3), 1209-1216. <preprint> <paper>

 

Leydesdorff, L., Bornmann, L., & Wagner, C. S. (2017). Generating Clustered Journal Maps: An Automated System for Hierarchical Classification. Scientometrics, 110(3), 1601-1614. <preprint> <paper>

 

Marx, W., Haunschild, R., & Bornmann, L. (2017). Climate change and viticulture - The evolution of a highly dynamic research field in view of a bibliometric perspective. VITIS - Journal of Grapevine Research, 56(1), 35-43. <paper>

 

Marx, W., Haunschild, R., & Bornmann, L. (2017). Which early works are cited most frequently in climate change research literature? A bibliometric approach based on Reference Publication Year Spectroscopy. Scientometrics, 110(1), 335-353. <preprint> <paper>

 

 

2016 (44 publications)

 

Bauer, J., Leydesdorff, L. & Bornmann, L. (2016). Highly-cited papers in Library and Information Science (LIS): Authors, institutions, and network structures. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67(12), 3095-3100. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2016). Die Wirkung der Beiträge zur Hochschulforschung in den Zeitschriften, die für das Web of Science ausgewertet werden. Beiträge zur Hochschulforschung, 38(3), 90-100. <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2016). How much does the expected number of citations for a publication change if it contains the address of a specific scientific institute? A new approach for the analysis of citation data on the institutional level based on regression models. Journal of the Association of Information Science and Technology, 67(9), 2274–2282. <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2016). Is the promotion of research reflected in bibliometric data? A network analysis of highly cited papers on the Clusters of Excellence supported under the Excellence Initiative in Germany. Scientometrics, 107(3), 1041-1061. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2016). Scientific Revolution in Scientometrics: the Broadening of Impact from Citation to Societal, pp. 347-359. In C. R. Sugimoto (Ed.), Theories of Informetrics and Scholarly Communication. Berlin: de Gruyter.

Bornmann, L. (2016). Was kann die Bibliometrie in der heutigen Zeit? Laborjournal, (7-8), 36-39. <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2016). What do altmetrics counts mean? A plea for content analyses. Journal of the Association of Information Science and Technology, 67(4), 1016-1017. <paper> <preprint>

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2016). Count regression models in Informetrics. Journal of Informetrics, 10(1), 29-30. <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. (2016). Citation score normalized by cited references (CSNCR): The introduction of a new citation impact indicator. Journal of Informetrics, 10(3), 875-887. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. (2016). Efficiency of research performance and the glass researcher. Journal of Informetrics, 10(2), 652-654. <paper> <preprint>

Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. (2016). How to normalize Twitter counts? A first attempt based on journals in the Twitter Index. Scientometrics, 107(3), 1405-1422. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. (2016). Normalization of Mendeley reader impact on the reader- and paper-side: A comparison of the Mean Discipline Normalized Reader Score (MDNRS) with the Mean Normalized Reader Score (MNRS) and bare reader counts. Journal of Informetrics, 10(3), 776-788. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. (2016). t Factor: a metric for measuring impact on Twitter. Malaysian Journal of Library & Information Science, 21(2), 13-20. <preprint>

Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. (2016). Overlay maps based on Mendeley data: The use of altmetrics for readership networks. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology , 67(12), 3064–3072. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. (2016). To what extent does the Leiden Manifesto also apply to altmetrics? A discussion of the manifesto against the background of research into altmetrics. Online Information Review, 40(4), 529-543. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2016). The journal Impact Factor and alternative metrics. EMBO Reports, 17(8), 1094-1097. <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Pudovkin, A. (2017). The Journal Impact Factor should not be discarded. Journal of Korean Medical Science, 32(2), 180-182. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L., Haunschild, R., & Marx, W. (2016). Policy documents as sources for measuring societal impact: How often is climate change research mentioned in policy-related documents? Scientometrics, 109(3), 1477-1495. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L., Marx, & W. Haunschild, R., (2016). Calculating journal rankings: peer review, bibliometrics, and alternative metrics (pp. 42-56). In C. Sugrue & S. Mertkan, Publishing in the academic world. Passion, purpose, and possible futures. Routledge: Oxford, UK. <paper>

Bornmann, L., Stefaner, M., de Moya Anegon, F., & Mutz, R. (2016). Excellence networks in science: A Web-based application based on Bayesian multilevel logistic regression (BMLR) for the identification of institutions collaborating successfully. Journal of Informetrics, 10(1), 312–327. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L., Thor, A., Marx, W., and Leydesdorff, L. (2016). Identifying seminal works most important for research fields: Software for the Reference Publication Year Spectroscopy (RPYS). Collnet Journal of Scientometrics and Information Management, 10(1), 125-140 <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L., Thor, A., Marx, W., & Schier, H. (2016). The application of bibliometrics to research evaluation in the humanities and social sciences: an exploratory study using normalized Google Scholar data for the publications of a research institute. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67(11), 2778-2789 <preprint> <paper>

Dobrota, M., Bulajic, M., Bornmann, L., & Veljko, J. (2016). A new approach to QS University Ranking using composite I-distance indicator: uncertainty and sensitivity analyses. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, (67)1, 200-211. <paper>

Elango, B., Bornmann, L., & Kannan, G. (2016). Detecting the historical roots of tribology research: a bibliometric analysis. Scientometrics, 107(1), 305-313. <preprint> <paper>

Elango, B., Bornmann, L. & Shankar, S. (2016). Study of Citation Networks in Tribology Research. Collnet Journal of Scientometrics and Information Management, 10(1), 71-96. <preprint> <paper>

Haunschild, R. & Bornmann, L. (2016). Normalization of Mendeley reader counts for impact assessment. Journal of Informetrics, 10(1), 62-73. <preprint> <paper>

Haunschild, R. & Bornmann, L. (2016). The proposal of using scaling for calculating field-normalized citation scores. El profesional de la información, 25(1), 11-16. <preprint> <paper>

Haunschild, R., Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2016). Climate change research in view of bibliometrics. PLoS One, 11(7): e0160393. <preprint> <paper>

Haunschild, R., Schier, H., & Bornmann, L. (2016). Proposal of a minimum constraint for indicators based on means or averages. Journal of Informetrics, 10(2), 485-486. <paper>

Leydesdorff, L. & Bornmann, L. (2016). The Operationalization of “Fields” as WoS Subject Categories (WCs) in Evaluative Bibliometrics: The cases of “Library and Information Science” and “Science & Technology Studies”. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67(3), 707-714. <preprint> <paper>

Leydesdorff, L., Bornmann, L. & Zhou, P. (2016). Construction of a pragmatic base line for journal classifications and maps based on aggregated journal-journal citation relations. Journal of Informetrics, 10(4), 902-918 <preprint> <paper>

Leydesdorff, L., de Nooy, W., & Bornmann, L. (2016). The Power-Weakness Ratios (PWR) as a journal indicator: testing the “tournaments” metaphor in citation impact studies. Journal of Data and Information Science, 1(3), 6-26. <paper>

Leydesdorff, L., Wagner, C., & Bornmann, L. (2016). Replicability and the public/private divide. Journal of the Association of Information Science and Technology, 67(7), 1777-1778. <preprint> <paper>

Leydesdorff, L., Wouters, P., & Bornmann, L. (2016). Professional and Citizen Bibliometrics: Complementarities and ambivalences in the development and use of indicators. A state-of-the-art report. Scientometrics, 109(3), 2129-2150. <preprint> <paper>

Leydesdorff, L., Bornmann, L., Comins, J., & Milojević, S. (2016). Citations: indicators of quality? The impact fallacy. Frontiers in Library and Information Science, 1(1). <preprint> <paper>

Leydesdorff, L., Comins, J. A., Sorensen, A. A., Bornmann, L., & Hellsten, I. (2016). Cited References and Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) as Two Different Knowledge Representations: Clustering and Mappings at the Paper Level. Scientometrics, 109(3), 2077-2091. <preprint> <paper>

Leydesdorff, L., Bornmann, L., Comins, J. A., Marx, W., & Thor, A. (2016). Referenced Publication Year Spectrography (RPYS) and Algorithmic Historiography: A Bibliometric Reconstruction of András Schubert’s Œuvre, pp. 79-96. In W. Glänzel et al. (Eds.), Festschrift for András Schubert’s 70th birthday, International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics. <preprint>

Marx, W. & Bornmann, L. (2016). Change of perspective: Bibliometrics from the point of view of cited references. A literature overview on approaches to the evaluation of cited references in bibliometrics. Scientometrics, 109(2), 1397-1415. <paper>

Mutz, R., Bornmann, L., & Daniel, H.-D. (2016). Funding decision-making systems: An empirical comparison of continuous and dichotomous approaches based on psychometric theory. Research Evaluation, 25(4), 416-426. <paper>

Schlagberger, E. M., Bornmann, L., & Bauer, J. (2016). At what institutions did Nobel laureates do their prize-winning work? An analysis of biographical information on Nobel laureates from 1994 to 2014. Scientometrics, 109(2), 723-767. <paper>

Thor, A, Marx, W., Leydesdorff, L., & Bornmann, L. (2016). Introducing CitedReferencesExplorer (CRExplorer): A program for Reference Publication Year Spectroscopy with Cited References Standardization. Journal of Informetrics, 10(2), 503-515. <preprint> <paper>

Thor, A., Marx, W., Leydesdorff, L., & Bornmann, L. (2016). New features of CitedReferencesExplorer (CRExplorer). Scientometrics, 109(3), 2049-2051. <preprint> <paper>

Williams, R. & Bornmann, L. (2016). Sampling Issues in Bibliometric Analysis. Journal of Informetrics, 10(4), 1225-1232. <preprint> <paper>

Williams, R. & Bornmann, L. (2016). Sampling issues in bibliometric analysis: Response to discussants. Journal of Informetrics, 10(4), 1253-1257. <paper>

 

2015 (32 publications)

 

Bornmann, L. (2015). Alternative metrics in scientometrics: A meta-analysis of research into three altmetrics. Scientometrics, 103(3), 1123-1144. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2015). Inter-rater reliability and convergent validity of F1000Prime peer review. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(12), 2415-2426) <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2015). Nature’s top 100 revisited. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(10), 2166 <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2015). On the conceptualisation and theorisation of the impact caused by publications. Scientometrics, 103(3), 1145-1148 <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2015). Complex tasks and simple solutions: the use of heuristics in the evaluation of research. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(8), 1738-1739. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2015). Usefulness of altmetrics for measuring the broader impact of research: a case study using data from PLOS and F1000Prime. Aslib Journal of Information Management, 67(3), 305-319. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Bauer, J. (2015). Evaluation of the highly-cited researchers' database for a country: Proposals for meaningful analyses on the example of Germany. Scientometrics , 105(3), 1997-2003 <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Bauer, J. (2015). Which of the world's institutions employ the most highly cited researchers? An evaluation of the data from highlycited.com. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(10), 2146-2148. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. (2015). The interest of the scientific community in expert opinions from journal peer review procedures. Scientometrics, 102(3), 2187-2188. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Haunschild, R. (2015). Which people use which scientific papers? An evaluation of data from F1000 and Mendeley. Journal of Informetrics, 9(3), 477-487 <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Leydesdorff, L. (2015). Does quality and content matter for citedness? A comparison with para-textual factors and over time. Journal of Informetrics, 9(3), 419-429. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Leydesdorff, L. (2015). Topical connections between the institutions within an organisation (institutional co-authorships, direct citation links and co-citations). Scientometrics, 102(1), 455-463. <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2015). Methods for the generation of normalized citation impact scores in bibliometrics: Which method best reflects the judgements of experts? Journal of Informetrics, 9(2), 408-418. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Mutz, R. (2015). Growth rates of modern science: a bibliometric analysis based on the number of publications and cited references. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(11), 2215–2222. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Mutz, R. (2015). How well does a university perform in comparison with other universities? The use of odds, and odds ratios, for the comparison of institutional citation impact using the example of the Leiden Rankings. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(12), 2711-2713. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L., Bauer, J., & Haunschild, R. (2015). Distribution of women and men among highly cited scientists. Journal of the Association of Information Science and Technology, 66(12), 2715-2716. <paper>

Bornmann, L., Wagner, C., & Leydesdorff, L. (2015). BRICS countries and scientific excellence: a bibliometric analysis of most frequently-cited papers. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(7), 1507-1513. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L., Stefaner, M., de Moya Anegón, F., & Mutz, R. (2015). Ranking and mappping of universities and research-focused institutions worldwide: The third release of excellencemapping.net. COLLNET Journal of Scientometrics and Information Management, 9(1), 43-58. <preprint> <paper>

Elango, B., Rajendran, P. & Bornmann, L. (2015). A scientometric analysis of international collaboration and growth of literature at the macro level. Malaysian Journal of Library & Information Science, 20(2). <paper>

Haunschild, R. & Bornmann, L. (2015). Criteria for Nature Index questioned. Nature, 517(7532), 21. <paper>

Haunschild, R. & Bornmann, L. (2015). Discussion about the new Nature Index. Scientometrics, 102(2), 1829-1830. <preprint> <paper>

Haunschild, R. & Bornmann, L. (2015). F1000Prime: an analysis of discipline-specific reader data from Mendeley [version 2; referees: 1 approved with reservations, 1 not approved] F1000Research, 4(41). <paper>

Haunschild, R., Bornmann, L., & Leydesdorff, L. (2015). Networks of reader and country status: An analysis of Mendeley reader statistics. PeerJ Computer Science, 1, e32. <preprint> <paper>

Kozak, M., Bornmann, L. & Leydesdorff, L. (2015). How have the Eastern European countries of the former Warsaw Pact developed since 1990? A bibliometric study. Scientometrics, 102(2), 1101-1117. <preprint> <paper>

Marx, W. & Bornmann, L. (2015). Bibliometrische Verfahren zur Bewertung von Forschungsleistung. Hintergründe, Aussagekraft und Grenzen. Soziale Welt, 66(2), 161.175.

Marx, W. & Bornmann, L. (2015). On the causes of subject-specific citation rates in Web of Science. Scientometrics, 102(2), 1823-1827. <preprint> <paper>

Mutz, R., Bornmann, L., &Daniel, H.-D. (2015). Testing for fairness and predictive validity of research funding decisions: a multi-level multiple imputation for missing data approach using ex-ante and ex-post peer evaluation data from the Austrian Science Fund. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(11), 2321–2339. <paper>

Mutz, R., Bornmann, L., & Daniel, H.-D. (2015). Cross-disciplinary research: what configurations of fields of science are found in grant proposals today? Research Evaluation, 24(1), 30-36. <paper>

Zhou, P. & Bornmann, L. (2015). An overview of academic publishing and collaboration between China and Germany. Scientometrics, 102(2), 1781-1793. <paper>

Wagner, C., Leydesdorff, L. & Bornmann, L. (2015). Recent Developments in China-U.S. Cooperation in Science. Minerva, 53(3), 199-214. <paper>

Wray, K. Brad & Bornmann, L. (2015). Philosophy of science viewed through the lense of “References Publication Years spectroscopy” (RPYS). Scientometrics, 102(3), 1987-1996 <preprint> <paper>

Zornic, N., Bornmann, L., Maricic, M., Markovic, A., Martic, M., & Veljko, J. (2015). Ranking institutions within a university based on their scientific performance: a percentile-based approach. El Profesional de la Información, 24(5), 551-566 <paper>

 

2014 (32 publications)

 

Barth, A., Marx, W., Bornmann, L., & Mutz, R. (2014). On the origins and the historical roots of the Higgs boson research from a bibliometric perspective. The European Physical Journal – Plus, 129(111) <preprint> <paper>

van den Besselaar, P., Bornmann, L. & Leydesdorff, L. (2014). Correction. Journal of Informetrics, 8(4), 801. <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2014). Assigning publications to multiple subject categories for bibliometric analysis: An empirical case study based on percentiles. Journal of Documentation, 70(1), 52-61.

Bornmann, L. (2014). Book Review: Gould, T. H. P. (2013). Do we still need peer review? An argument for change. Scarecrow Press: Plymouth, UK. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 65(1), 209-213. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2014). Do altmetrics point to the broader impact of research? An overview of benefits and disadvantages of altmetrics. Journal of Informetrics, 8(4), 895-903 <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2014). Handicapped research institutions winning the global research competition: A focus on Croatia. European Science Editing, 40(2), 53.

Bornmann, L. (2014). h-index research in scientometrics: a summary. Journal of Informetrics, 8(3), pp. 749-750. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2014). How are excellent (highly cited) papers defined in bibliometrics? A quantitative analysis of the literature. Research Evaluation, 23(2), 166-173. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2014). Is there currently a scientific revolution in scientometrics? Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 65(3), 647-648.

Bornmann, L. (2014). On the function of university rankings. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 65(2), 428-429.

Bornmann, L. (2014). Ranking institutions by the handicap principle. Scientometrics, 100(2), 603-604.

Bornmann, L. (2014). The reception of publications by scientists in the early days of modern science. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 65(10), 2160-2161. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2014). Validity of altmetrics data for measuring societal impact: A study using data from Altmetric and F1000Prime. Journal of Informetrics, 8(4), 935-950. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & de Moya-Anegón, F. (2014). What proportion of excellent papers makes an institution to one of the best worldwide? Specifying thresholds for the interpretation of the results of the SCImago Institutions Ranking and the Leiden Ranking. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 65(4), 732-736.

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2014). Distributions instead of single numbers: percentiles and beam plots for the assessment of single researchers. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 65(1), 206-208. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2014). How should the societal impact of research be generated and measured? A proposal for a simple and practicable approach to allow interdisciplinary comparisons. Scientometrics, 98(1), 211-219.

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2014). How to evaluate individual researchers working in the natural and life sciences meaningfully? A proposal of methods based on percentiles of citations. Scientometrics, 98(1), 487-509. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2014). The Wisdom of citing scientists. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 65(6), 1288-1292. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Mutz, R. (2014). From P100 to P100’: Conception and improvement of a new citation-rank approach in bibliometrics. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 65(9), 1939-1943. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L., Leydesdorff, L. & Wang, J. (2014). How to improve the prediction based on citation impact percentiles for years shortly after the publication date? Journal of Informetrics, 8(1), 175-180. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L., Stefaner, M., de Moya Anegón, F., & Mutz, R. (2014). Ranking and mapping of universities and research-focused institutions worldwide based on highly-cited papers: A visualization of results from multi-level models. Online Information Review, 38(1), 43-58. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. Stefaner, M., de Moya Anegon, F., & Mutz, R. (2014). What is the effect of country-specific characteristics on the research performance of scientific institutions? Using multi-level statistical models to rank and map universities and research-focused institutions worldwide. Journal of Informetrics, 8(3) 581-593 <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L., Stefaner, M., de Moya Anegón, F., & Mutz, R. (2014). The scientific excellence mapping tool. European Science Editing, 40(1), 28.

Collins, H. & Bornmann, L. (2014). On scientific misconduct. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 65(5), 1089-1090.

Leydesdorff, L. & Bornmann, L. (2014). On the meaningful and non-meaningful use of reference sets in bibliometrics. Journal of Informetrics, (8)1, 273-275. <preprint> <paper>

Leydesdorff, L., Feroz Khan, G., & Bornmann, L. (2014). The generation of large networks from Web of Science data. El profesional de la información, 23(6), 589-593. <preprint> <paper>

Leydesdorff, L., Wagner, C., & Bornmann, L., (2014). The European Union, China, and the United States in the top-1% and top-10% layers of most-frequently cited publications: Competition and collaborations. Journal of Informetrics, 8(3), 606-617. <preprint> <paper>

Leydesdorff, L., Bornmann, L., Marx, W., & Milojević, S. (2014). Referenced Publication Years Spectroscopy applied to iMetrics: Scientometrics, Journal of Informetrics, and a relevant subset of JASIST. Journal of Informetrics, 8(1), 162-174. <preprint> <paper>

Marx, W. & Bornmann, L. (2014). On the problems of dealing with bibliometric data. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 65(4), 866-867.

Marx, W. & Bornmann, L. (2014). Tracing the origin of a scientific legend by Reference Publication Year Spectroscopy (RPYS): the legend of the Darwin finches. Scientometrics, 99(3), 839 - 844. <preprint> <paper>

Marx, W., Bornmann, L., Barth, A., & Leydesdorff, L. (2014). Detecting the historical roots of research fields by reference publication year spectroscopy (RPYS). Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 65(4), 751-764. <preprint> <paper>

Williams, R. & Bornmann, L. (2014). The Substantive and Practical Significance of Citation Impact Differences Between Institutions: Guidelines for the Analysis of Percentiles Using Effect Sizes and Confidence Intervals. Ding, Y., Rousseau, R., & Wolfram, D., Measuring Scholarly Impact (259-281) Springer, Heidelberg. <preprint> <paper>

 

2013 (33 publications)

Bornmann, L. (2013). A better alternative to the h index. Journal of Informetrics, 7(1), 100. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2012.09.004.

Bornmann, L. (2013). Evaluations by peer review in science. Science Reviews, doi: 10.1007/s40362-012-0002-3

Bornmann, L. (2013). How to analyse percentile citation impact data meaningfully in bibliometrics: The statistical analysis of distributions, percentile rank classes and top-cited papers. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 64(3), 587-595.

Bornmann, L. (2013). Research misconduct: definitions, manifestations and extent. Publications. 1(3), 87-98. doi:10.3390/publications1030087. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. (2013). The problem of percentile rank scores used with small reference sets. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 64(3), 650.

Bornmann, L. (2013). What is societal impact of research and how can it be assessed? A literature survey. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 64(2), 217-233. doi: 10.1002/asi.22803.

Bornmann, L. (2013). The problem of citation impact assessments for recent publication years in institutional evaluations. Journal of Informetrics, 7(3), 722-729.

Bornmann, L. de Moya Anegón, F., & Mutz, R. (2013). Do universities or research institutions with a specific subject profile have an advantage or a disadvantage in institutional rankings? A latent class analysis with data from the SCImago ranking. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 64(11), 2310-2316.

Bornmann, L. & Leydesdorff, L. (2013). Macro-indicators of citation impacts of six prolific countries: InCites data and the statistical significance of trends. PLoS ONE, 8(2), e56768.

Bornmann, L. & Leydesdorff, L. (2013). Statistical tests and research assessments: a comment on Schneider (2012). Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 64(6), 1306-1308.

Bornmann, L. & Leydesdorff, L. (2013). The validation of (advanced) bibliometric indicators through peer assessments: a comparative study using data from InCites and F1000. Journal of Informetrics, 7(2), 286–291. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2012.12.003

Bornmann, L., Leydesdorff, L., & Mutz, R. (2013). The use of percentiles and percentile rank classes in the analysis of bibliometric data: opportunities and limits. Journal of Informetrics, 7(1), 158-165. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2012.10.001.

Bornmann, L., Leydesdorff, L. & Wang, J. (2013). Which percentile-based approach should be preferred for calculating normalized citation impact values? An empirical comparison of five approaches including a newly developed citation-rank approach (P100). Journal of Informetrics, 7(4), 933-944. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2013). Comments to the response of Rodríguez-Navarro. EMBO Reports 14(6), 494. doi:10.1038/embor.2013.63.

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2013). Evaluating individual researchers’ performance. European Science Editing, 39(2), 39-40.

Bornmann, L., & Marx, W. (2013). How good is research really? EMBO Reports, 14(3), 226-230. doi:10.1038/embor.2013.9.

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2013). The proposal of a broadening of perspective in evaluative bibliometrics by complementing the times cited with a cited reference analysis. Journal of Informetrics, 7(1), 84-88. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2012.09.003.

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2013). The use of assessment reports to generate and measure societal impact of research. Research Trends, issue 33, 9-10.

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2013). Vorschläge für Standards zur Anwendung der Szientometrie bei der Evaluation von einzelnen Wissenschaftlern im Bereich der Naturwissenschaften. Zeitschrift für Evaluation, 12(1), 103-127.

Bornmann, L., Marx, W. & Barth, A. (2013). The normalization of citation counts based on classification systems. Publications, 1(2), 78-86. <preprint> <paper>

Bornmann, L. & Mutz, R. (2013). The advantage of the use of samples in evaluative bibliometric studies. Journal of Informetrics, 7(1), 89-90. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2012.08.002.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., & Daniel, H.-D. (2013). A multilevel-statistical reformulation of citation-based university rankings: the Leiden Ranking 2011/2012. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 64(8), 1649-1658. doi: 10.1002/asi.22857

Bornmann, L. & Williams, R. (2013). How to calculate the practical significance of citation impact differences? An empirical example from evaluative institutional bibliometrics using adjusted predictions and marginal effects. Journal of Informetrics, 7(2), 562–574. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2013.02.005.

Egghe, L. & Bornmann, L. (2013). Fallout and miss in journal peer review. Journal of Documentation, 69(3), 411-416. doi: 10.1108/JD-12-2011-0053.

Elango, B., Rajendran, P., & Bornmann, L. (2013). Global nanotribology research output (1996 - 2010)? A scientometrics analysis. PLOS ONE, 8(12), e81094.

Leydesdorff, L., Ping, Z., & Bornmann, L. (2013). How can journal impact factors be normalized across fields of science? An assessment in terms of percentile ranks and fractional counts. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 64(1). 96–107. doi: 10.1002/asi.22765.

Marx, W. & Bornmann, L. (2013). Journal Impact Factor: “the poor man’s citation analysis” and alternative approaches. European Science Editing, 39(2), 62.

Marx, W. & Bornmann, L. (2013). Wie gut ist Forschung wirklich? Biospektrum, 19(3), 332-334.

Marx, W. & Bornmann, L. (2013). The emergence of plate tectonics and the Kuhnian model of paradigm shift: a bibliometric case study based on the Anna Karenina Principle. Scientometrics, 94(2), 595–614. doi: 10.1007/s11192-012-0741-6.

de Moya-Anegón, F., Guerrero-Bote, V. P., Bornmann, L., & Moed, H. F. (2013). The research guarantors of scientific papers and the output counting: a promising new approach. Scientometrics, 97(2), 421-434.

Leydesdorff, L., Radicchi, F., Bornmann, L., Castellano, C., & de Nooy, W. (2013). Field-normalized impact factors: a comparison of rescaling versus fractionally counted IFs. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 64(11), 2299-2309.

Mutz, R., Bornmann, L., & Daniel, H.-D. (2013). Types of research output profiles: a multilevel latent class analysis of the Austrian Science Fund’s final project report data. Research Evaluation, 22(2), 118–133.

Patel, V. M., Ashrafian, H., Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., Makanjuola, J., Skapinakis, P., Darzi, A., Athanasiou, T. (2013). Enhancing the h index for the objective assessment of healthcare researcher performance and impact, Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 106(1), 19-29, doi: 10.1258/jrsm.2012.120253.

 

 

2012 (29 publications)

Bornmann, L. (2012). Measuring the societal impact of research. EMBO Reports, 13(8), 673-676 doi: 10.1038/embor.2012.99.

Bornmann, L. (2012). Redundancies in h index variants and the proposal of the number of top cited papers as an attractive indicator. Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research & Perspectives, 10(3), 149-153. doi: 10.1080/15366367.2012.716255.

Bornmann, L. (2012). The Hawthorne effect in journal peer review. Scientometrics, 91(3), 857-862. doi: 10.1007/s11192-011-0547-y.

Bornmann,L., Bowman, B. F., Bauer, J., Marx, W., Schier, H. und Palzenberger, M. (2012). Standards für die Anwendung der Bibliometrie bei der Evaluation von Forschungsinstituten im Bereich der Naturwissenschaften. Zeitschrift für Evaluation, 11(2), 233-260.

Bornmann, L., de Moya Anegón, F., & Leydesdorff, L. (2012). The new Excellence Indicator in the World Report of the SCImago Institutions Rankings 2011. Journal of Informetrics, 6(2), 333-335.

Bornmann, L. & Egghe, L. (2012). Journal peer review as an information retrieval process. Journal of Documentation, 68(4), 527-535.

Bornmann, L., Herich, H., Joos, H., & Daniel, H.-D. (2012). In public peer review of submitted manuscripts, how do reviewer comments differ from comments written by interested members of the scientific community? A content analysis of comments written for Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Scientometrics, 93(3), 915-929.

Bornmann, L. & Leydesdorff, L. (2012). Which are the best performing regions in information science in terms of highly-cited papers? Some improvements of our previous mapping approaches. Journal of Informetrics, 6(2), 336-345.

Bornmann, L., Leydesdorff, L., & Krampen, G. (2012). Which are the “best” cities for psychology research worldwide? Europe’s Journal of Psychology 8(4), 535-546, doi: 10.5964/ejop.v8i4.482.

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2012). Histcite analysis of papers constituting the h index research front. Journal of Informetrics, 6(1), 285-288.

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2012). The Anna Karenina principle: a way of thinking about success in science. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 63(10), 2037–2051. doi: 10.1002/asi.22661

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2012). The effect of several versions of one and the same manuscript published by a journal on its Journal Impact Factor. Scientometrics, 92(2), 277-279.

Bornmann, L., Marx, W. & Winterhager, M. (2012). Wahrheit und Klarheit: Uneinheitliche Namen von Universitäten und ihre Folgen für die Forschungsevaluation. Forschung & Lehre, 8(12), 650-651.

Bornmann, L., Marx, W., Gasparyan, A. Y., & Kitas, G. D. (2012). Diversity, value and limitations of the Journal Impact Factor and alternative metrics. Rheumatology International (Clinical and Experimental Investigations), 32(7), 1861-1867.

Bornmann, L. & Ozimek, A. (2012). Stata commands for importing bibliometric data and processing author address information. Journal of Informetrics, 6, 505-512. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2012.04.002

Bornmann, L., Schier, H., Marx, W., & Daniel, H.-D. (2012). What factors determine citation counts of publications in chemistry besides their quality? Journal of Informetrics, 6, 11-18. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2011.08.004.

Bornmann, L., Wolf, M., & Daniel, H.-D. (2012). Closed versus open reviewing of journal manuscripts: how far do comments differ in language use? Scientometrics, 91(3), 843–856. doi: 10.1007/s11192-011-0569-5.

Greco, A., Bornmann, L., & Marx, W. (2012). Bibliometric analyses of scientific development in countries of the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR). El Profesional de la Información, 21(6), 607-612.

Kozak, M. & Bornmann, L. (2012). A new family of cumulative indexes for measuring scientific performance. PLoS ONE, 7(10), e47679. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047679.

Leydesdorff, L. & Bornmann, L. (2012). Mapping (USPTO) patent data using overlays to Google maps. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology 63(7), 1442–1458. doi: 10.1002/asi.22666.

Leydesdorff, L. & Bornmann, L. (2012). Percentile ranks and the Integrated Impact Indicator (I3). Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 63(9), 1901-1902.

Leydesdorff, L. & Bornmann, L. (2012). Testing differences statistically with the Leiden ranking. Scientometrics 92(3), 781-783. doi 10.1007/s11192-012-0636-6.

Marx, W. & Bornmann, L. (2012). Der Journal Impact Factor: Aussagekraft, Grenzen und Alternativen in der Forschungsevaluation. Beiträge zur Hochschulforschung, 34(2), 50-66.

Marx, W. & Bornmann, L. (2012). Der Journal Impact Factor – Ein problematischer bibliometrischer Indikator. Qualität in der Wissenschaft, 6(2), 30-34.

Mutz, R., Bornmann, L., & Daniel, H.-D. (2012). Does gender matter in grant peer review? An empirical investigation using the example of the Austrian Science Fund. Journal of Psychology, 220(2), 121–129. doi: 10.1027/2151-2604/a000103.

Mutz, R., Bornmann, L., & Daniel, H.-D. (2012) Heterogeneity of inter-rater reliabilities of grant peer reviews and its determinants: a general estimating equations approach. PLoS ONE, 7(10): e48509. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.004850.

Mutz, R., Bornmann, L., & Daniel, H.-D. (2012). Types of research output profiles: a multi-level latent class analysis of the Austrian Science Fund’s final project report data. Research Evaluation, 21(5), doi:10.1093/reseval/rvs038.

Schruff, H. & Bornmann, L. (2012). Das Fachbeiratswesen der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft: Ein Best Practice Beispiel für eine flächendeckende und kontinuierliche Evaluation von Forschungsinstituten. Forschung, 5(3/4), 95-102.

Vanclay, J. & Bornmann, L. (2012). Metrics to evaluate research performance in academic institutions: A critique of ERA 2010 as applied in forestry and the indirect H2 index as a possible alternative. Scientometrics, 91(3), 751–771. doi: 10.1007/s11192-012-0618-8.

 

 

2011 (23 publications)

 

Bornmann, L. (2011). Bewertung wissenschaftlicher Arbeit – gender fair? In: Magerl, G., Neck, R., & Spiel, C., Wissenschaft und Gender (S. 99-114). Wien: Böhlau.

Bornmann, L. (2011). Do we need the E index besides the h index and its variants? Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 62(7), 1433-1434.

Bornmann, L. (2011). Peer Review and bibliometrics. Potentials and problems. In J. C. Shin, R. K. Toutkoushian, & U. Teichler (Hrsg.), University rankings: theoretical basis, methodology and impacts on global higher education (pp. 145-164). Springer: Berlin, Germany.

Bornmann, L. (2011). Scientific peer review. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, 45, 199-245.

Bornmann, L. (2011). Wird durch das Peer Review Verfahren eines Stipendiengebers tatsächlich die ‚beste’ Forschung zur Förderung ausgewählt? Eine quasi-experimentelle Folgestudie zum Auswahlverfahren des Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds zur Vergabe von Forschungsstipendien. Empirische Pädagogik, 25(1), 1-24.

Bornmann, L. Daniel, H.-D. (2011). Seasonal bias in editorial decisions? A study using data from chemistry. Learned Publishing 24, 325-328, doi: 10.1087/20110410.

Bornmann, L. &, Leydesdorff L. (2011). Which cities produce more excellent papers than can be expected? A new mapping approach—using Google Maps—based on statistical significance testing. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 62(10), 1954-1962.

Bornmann, L. & Plume, A. (2011). Is it necessary to consider suburbs (or small cities in the close proximity) and name variants in a citation impact analysis for bigger cities? An investigation using Munich as an example. Journal of Informetrics, 5(4), 695-697.

Bornmann, L. & Waltman, L. (2011). The detection of "hot regions" in the geography of science - A visualization approach by using density maps. Journal of Informetrics, 5(4), 547-553.

Bornmann, L., Leydesdorff, L., Walch-Solimena, C. & Ettl, C. (2011). Mapping excellence in the geography of science: An approach based on Scopus data. Journal of Informetrics, 5(4), 537-546.

Bornmann, L. & Marx, W. (2011). The h index as a research performance indicator. European Science Editing, 37(3), 77-80.

Bornmann, L. & Mungra, P. (2011). Improving peer review in scholarly journals. European Science Editing, 37(2), 41-43.

Bornmann, L. & de Moya Anegon, F. (2011). Some interesting insights from aggregated data published in the World Report SIR 2010. Journal of Informetrics, 5(3), 486-488.

Bornmann, L., Neuhaus, C., & Daniel, H.-D. (2011). The effect of a two-stage publication process on the Journal Impact Factor: A case study on the interactive open access journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Scientometrics, 86, 93-97. doi: 10.1007/s11192-010-0250-4.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., Hug, S. E. & Daniel, H.-D. (2011). A multilevel meta-analysis of studies reporting correlations between the h index and 37 different h index variants. Journal of Informetrics, 5(3), 346-359.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., Marx, W. Schier, H., & Daniel, H.-D. (2011). A multilevel modelling approach to investigating the predictive validity of editorial decisions: do the editors of a high-profile journal select manuscripts that are highly cited after publication? Journal of the Royal Statistical Society – Series A (Statistics in Society), 174, part 4, 857-879.

Bornmann, L., Schier, H., Marx, W., & Daniel, H.-D. (2011). Does the h index for assessing single publications really work? A case study on papers published in chemistry. Scientometrics, 89, 835-843. doi: 10.1007/s11192-011-0472-0.

Bornmann, L., Schier, H., Marx, W., & Daniel, H.-D. (2011). Is interactive open access publishing able to identify high-impact submissions? A study on the predictive validity of Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics by using percentile rank classes. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 62(1), 61-71. doi: 10.1002/asi.21418.

Egghe, L., Bornmann, L., & Guns, R. (2011). A proposal for a First-Citation-Speed-Index. Journal of Informetrics, 5(1), 181-186. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2010.10.006.

Khosla A., McDonald, R.J., Bornmann, L. & Kallmes, D.F. (2011). Getting to yes: the fate of neuroradiology manuscripts rejected by Radiology over a 2-year period. Radiology, 260(1), 3-5. doi: 10.1148/radiol.11110490.

Leydesdorff, L. & Bornmann, L. (2011). How fractional counting of citations affects the Impact Factor: Normalization in terms of differences in citation potentials among fields of science. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 62(2), 217-229. doi: 10.1002/asi.21450.

Leydesdorff, L. & Bornmann, L. (2011). Integrated Impact Indicators (I3) compared with Impact Factors (IFs): an alternative research design with policy implications. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 62(11), 2133-2146.

Leydesdorff, L., Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., & Opthof, T. (2011). Turning the tables in citation analysis one more time: principles for comparing sets of documents. Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 62(7), 1370-1381.

Thor, A. & Bornmann, L. (2011). The calculation of the single publication h index and related performances measures: a Web application based on Google Scholar data. Online Information Review, 35(2), 291-300.

 

2010 (23 publications)

 

Bornmann, L. (2010). Die analytische Soziologie: soziale Mechanismen, DBO-Theorie und Agentenbasierte Modelle. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 35(4), 25-44. doi: 10.1007/s11614-010-0076-6.

Bornmann, L. (2010). Does the journal peer review select the ‘best’ from among the work submitted? The state of empirical research. IETE Technical Review, 27(2), 93-96.

Bornmann, L. (2010). Mimicry in science? Scientometrics, 86(1), 173-177.

Bornmann, L. (2010). Towards an ideal method of measuring research performance: some comments to the Opthof and Leydesdorff (2010) paper. Journal of Informetrics, 4(3), 441-443. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2010.04.004.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2010). Citation speed as a measure to predict the attention an article receives: an investigation of the validity of editorial decisions at Angewandte Chemie International Edition. Journal of Informetrics, 4(1), 83-88.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2010). Do author-suggested reviewers rate submissions more favorably than editor-suggested reviewers? A study on Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. PLoS ONE 5(10), e13345.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2010). How long is the peer review process for journal manuscripts? A case study on Angewandte Chemie International Edition. Chimia, 64(1-2) 72-77. doi: 10.2533/chimia.2010.72.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2010). Reliability of reviewers’ ratings at an interactive open access journal using public peer review: A case study on Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Learned Publishing, 23(2), 124-131. doi: 10.1087/20100207.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2010). The citation speed index: a useful bibliometric indicator to add to the h index. Journal of Informetrics, 4(3), 444-446. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2010.03.007.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2010). The manuscript reviewing process – empirical research on review requests, review sequences and decision rules in peer review. Library & Information Science Research, 32(1), 5-12, doi: 10.1016/j.lisr.2009.07.010.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2010). The usefulness of peer review for selecting manuscripts for publication: a utility analysis taking as an example a high-impact journal. PLoS One 5(6), e11344, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0011344.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2010). The validity of staff editors’ initial evaluations of manuscripts: a case study of Angewandte Chemie International Edition. Scientometrics, 85(3), 681–687.

Bornmann, L. & Mutz, R. (2010). Further steps towards an ideal method of measuring citation performance: the avoidance of citation (ratio) averages in field-normalization. Journal of Informetrics, 5(1), 228-230. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2010.10.009.

Bornmann, L. de Moya Anegón, F., & Leydesdorff, L. (2010). Do scientific advancements lean on the shoulders of giants? A bibliometric investigation of the Ortega hypothesis. PLoS ONE, 5(10), e13327, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0013327.

Bornmann, L., Leydesdorff, L., & van den Besselaar, P. (2010). A meta-evaluation of scientific research proposals: different ways of comparing rejected to awarded applications. Journal of Informetrics, 4(3), 211-220. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2009.10.004.

Bornmann, L., Marx, W., Schier, H., Thor, A. & Daniel, H.-D. (2010). From black box to white box at open access journals: predictive validity of manuscript reviewing and editorial decisions at Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Research Evaluation, 19(2), 105-118.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., & Daniel, H.-D. (2010). A reliability-generalization study of journal peer reviews: a multilevel meta-analysis of inter-rater reliability and its determinants. PLoS One, 5(12). e14331. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0014331.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., & Daniel, H.-D. (2010). The h index research output measurement: two approaches to enhance its accuracy. Journal of Informetrics, 4(3), 407-414. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2010.03.005.

Bornmann, L., Weymuth, C. & Daniel, H.-D. (2010). A content analysis of referees' comments: How do comments on manuscripts rejected by a high-impact journal and later published in either a low- or high-impact journal differ? Scientometrics, 83(2), 493-506. doi: 10.1007/s11192-009-0011-4.

Ledin, A., Bornmann, L. & Wallon, G. (2010). Career development and motivation analyses of female and male applicants to the EMBO Long-Term-Fellowship Programme. In R. J. Leemann und H. Stutz (Hrsg.). Forschungsförderung aus Geschlechterperspektive – Zugang, Bedeutung und Wirkung in wissenschaftlichen Laufbahnen (S. 221-236). Zürich, Schweiz: Rüegger Verlag.

Marx, W. & Bornmann, L. (2010). How accurately does Thomas Kuhn’s model of paradigm change describe the transition from the static view of the universe to the Big Bang theory in cosmology? A historical reconstruction and citation analysis. Scientometrics, 84(2), 441-464. doi: 10.1007/s11192-009-0107-x.

Marx, W., Bornmann, L., & Cardona, M. (2010). Reference standards and reference multipliers for the comparison of the citation impact of papers published in different time periods. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 61(10). 2061-2069. doi: 10.1002/asi.21377.

Olbrecht, M. & Bornmann, L. (2010). Panel peer review of grant applications: what do we know from research in social psychology on judgment and decision making in groups? Research Evaluation, 19(4), 293-304.

Schwartz, C., Hernon, P., Bornmann, L., Daniel, H.-D., Hall, H., Pomerantz, J., Savolainen, R., Burnett, G., Kazmer, M. & Thelwall, M., (2010). Some thoughts on peer review. Library & Information Science Research, 32(1), 13-15. doi: 10.1016/j.lisr.2009.12.003.

 

2009 (14 publications)

 

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2009). Reviewer and editor biases in journal peer review: an investigation of manuscript refereeing at Angewandte Chemie International Edition. Research Evaluation, 18(4), 262-272.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., & Daniel, H.-D. (2009). The influence of the applicants' gender on the modeling of a peer review process by using latent Markov models. Scientometrics, 81(2), 407-411.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., Daniel, H.-D., Wallon, G., & Ledin, A. (2009). Are there really two types of h index variants? A validation study by using molecular life sciences data. Research Evaluation, 18(3), 185-190.

Marsh, H. W., Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., Daniel, H.-D., & O’Mara, A. (2009). Gender effects in the peer reviews of grant proposals: a comprehensive meta-analysis comparing traditional and multilevel approaches. Review of Educational Research, 79(3), 1290-1326.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2009). Extent of type I and type II errors in editorial decisions: a case study on Angewandte Chemie International Edition. Journal of Informetrics, 3, 348–352.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2009). Universality of citation distributions – A validation of Radicchi et al.’s relative indicator cf = c/c0 at the micro level using data from chemistry. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 60(8), 1664–1670.

Marsh, H. & Bornmann, L. (2009). Do women have less success in peer review? Nature, 459, 602.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., & Daniel, H.-D. (2009). Do we need the h index and its variants besides standard bibliometric measures? Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 60(6), 1286-1289.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2009). Der h-Index von Forschungsleistungen. BIOspektrum, 15, 336-337.

Bornmann, L., Marx, W., & Schier, H. (2009). Hirsch-type index values for organic chemistry journals: a comparison of new metrics with the Journal Impact Factor. European Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2009(10), 1471-1476.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2009). The luck of the referee draw: would it make a difference if a journal editor exchanged one review for another? Learned Publishing, 22(2), 117–125.

Bornmann, L., Marx, W., Schier, H., Rahm, E., Thor, A., & Daniel, H.-D. (2009). Convergent validity of bibliometric Google Scholar data in the field of chemistry – citation counts for papers that were accepted by Angewandte Chemie International Edition or rejected but published elsewhere, using Google Scholar, Science Citation Index, Scopus, and Chemical Abstracts. Journal of Informetrics, 3(1), 27-35.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2009). The state of h index research. Is the h index the ideal way to measure research performance. EMBO Reports, 10(1), 2-6.

 

2008 (15 publications)

 

Bornmann (2008). Fehlverhalten in der Wissenschaft – eine wissenschaftssoziologische Ursachenanalyse. Forschung, 1(4), 89-98.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2008). Der h-Index – das Maß aller Dinge? Der aktuelle Stand der h-Index-Forschung. Forschung, 1(2/3), 38-43.

Bornmann, L., Nast, I., & Daniel, H.-D. (2008). Do editors and referees look for signs of scientific misconduct when reviewing manuscripts? A quantitative content analysis of studies that examined review criteria and reasons for accepting and rejecting manuscripts for publication. Scientometrics, 77(3), 415–432.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., & Daniel, H.-D. (2008). How to detect indications of potential sources of bias in peer review: A generalized latent variable modeling approach exemplified by a gender study. Journal of Informetrics, 2, 280-287.

Bornmann, L., Wallon, G., & Ledin, A. (2008). Does the committee peer review select the best applicants for funding? An investigation of the selection process for two European Molecular Biology Organization programmes. PLoS One, 3(10), e3480.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2008). The effectiveness of the peer review process: inter-referee agreement and predictive validity of manuscript refereeing at Angewandte Chemie. Angewandte Chemie-International Edition, 47(38), 7173-7178. Supporting Information.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2008). Selecting manuscripts for a high impact journal through peer review: a citation analysis of Communications that were accepted by Angewandte Chemie International Edition, or rejected but published elsewhere. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 59(11), 1841-1852.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., & Daniel, H.-D. (2008). Latent Markov modeling applied to grant peer review. Journal of Informetrics, 2(3), 217-228.

Bornmann, L. (2008). Scientific peer review. An analysis of the peer review process from the perspective of sociology of science theories. Human Architecture - Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge, 6(2), 23-38.

Bornmann, L., Wallon, G. & Ledin, A. (2008). Is the h index related to (standard) bibliometric measures and to the assessments by peers? An investigation of the h index by using molecular life sciences data. Research Evaluation, 17(2), 149-156.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2008). Functional use of frequently and infrequently cited articles in citing publications. A content analysis of citations to articles with low and high citation counts. European Science Editing, 34(2), 35-38.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., Neuhaus, C., & Daniel, H.-D. (2008). Use of citation counts for research evaluation: Standards of good practice for analyzing bibliometric data and presenting and interpreting results. Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics, 8, 93-102.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R., & Daniel, H.-D. (2008). Are there better indices for evaluation purposes than the h index? A comparison of nine different variants of the h index using data from biomedicine. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 59(5), 830-837.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2008). What do citation counts measure? A review of studies on citing behavior. Journal of Documentation, 64(1), 45-80.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D., (2008). Reliability, fairness, and predictive validity of the peer review process for the selection of research fellowship recipients of the Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds. In: Barbara M. Kehm (Ed.), Hochschule im Wandel. Die Universität als Forschungsgegenstand. Festschrift für Ulrich Teichler (p. 365-376). Frankfurt a.M.: Campus.

 

2007 (15 publications)

 

Bornmann, L. (2007). Grundlegende Kommunikationsprozesse und stabilisierte Mechanismen für die Erzeugung gesicherter Erkenntnisse – eine Übersicht über den Theoriestand in der Wissenschaftssoziologie. Sociologica Internationalis, 45(1/2), 177-200.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R. & Daniel, H.-D. (2007). The b index as a measure of scientific excellence. A promising supplement to the h index. Cybermetrics, 11(1), paper 6.

Bornmann, L. (2007). Peer Review in der Wissenschaft – eine Analyse des Begutachtungsverfahrens aus der Sicht wissenschaftssoziologischer Theorien. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 33(2), 327-347.

Ledin, A., Bornmann, L., Gannon, F. & Wallon, G. (2007). A persistent problem. Traditional gender roles hold back female scientists. EMBO Reports, 8(11), 982-987.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R. & Daniel, H.-D. (2007). Row-column (RC) association model applied to grant peer review. Scientometrics, 73(2), 139-147.

Bornmann, L., Mutz, R. & Daniel, H.-D. (2007). Gender differences in grant peer review: a meta-analysis. Journal of Informetrics, 1, 226–238.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2007). Convergent validation of peer review decisions using the h index. Extent of and reasons for type I and type II errors. Journal of Informetrics, 1, 204–213.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2007). What do we know about the h index? Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58(9), 1381–1385.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2007). Multiple publication on a single research study: does it pay? The influence of number of research articles on total citation counts in biomedicine. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 58(8), 1100-1107.

Bornmann, L. (2007). Bestenauswahl mit Peer Review – Die Vergabe von Forschungsstipendien des Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds. Forschung & Lehre, 14(6), 332-333.

Bornmann, L., Leydesdorff, L. & Marx, W. (2007). Citation environment of Angewandte Chemie. CHIMIA, 61(3), 104-109.

Bornmann, L. (2007). Bias cut. Women, it seems, often get a raw deal in science - so how can discrimination be tackled? Nature, 445(7127), 566.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2007). Gatekeepers of science – Effects of external reviewers' attributes on the assessments of fellowship applications. Journal of Informetrics, 1(1), 83-91.

Daniel, H.-D., Mittag, S. & Bornmann, L. (2007). The potential and problems of peer evaluation in higher education and research. In: A. Cavalli (Ed.), Quality Assessment for Higher Education in Europe (p. 71-82). London, UK: Portland Press.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2007). Functional use of frequently and infrequently cited articles in citing publications. A content analysis of citations to articles with low and high citation counts. In Daniel Torres-Salinas & Henk F. Moed (Eds.), Proceedings of the 11th International Conference of the International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics, 2007 (pp. 149-153). Madrid, Spain: Spanish Research Council (CSIC).

 

2006 (5 publications)

 

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2006). Potential sources of bias in research fellowship assessments. Effects of university prestige and field of study on approval and rejection of fellowship applications. Research Evaluation, 15(3), 209-219.

Bornmann, L. (2006). Peer-Review zur Auswahl von Forschungsstipendiaten. Eine Analyse der Fairness und prognostischen Validität des Auswahlprozesses mittels CHAID und GLM. Empirische Pädagogik, 20(4), 347-368.

Mittag, S., Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2006). Qualitätssicherung und -verbesserung von Studium und Lehre durch Evaluation. Akzeptanz und Folgen mehrstufiger Evaluationsverfahren. Beiträge zur Hochschulforschung, 28(2), 6-27.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2006). Selecting scientific excellence through committee peer review – A citation analysis of publications previously published to approval or rejection of post-doctoral research fellowship applicants. Scientometrics, 68(3), 427-440.

Bornmann, L., Mittag, S. & Daniel, H.-D. (2006). Quality assurance in higher education – meta-evaluation of multi-stage evaluation procedures in Germany. Higher Education, 52(4), 687-709.

 

2005 (6 publications)

 

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2005). Criteria used by a peer review committee for selection of research fellows. A Boolean probit analysis. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 13(4), 296-303.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2005). Committee peer review at an international research foundation. Predictive validity and fairness of selection decisions on post-graduate fellowship applications. Research Evaluation, 14(1), 15-20.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2005). Does the h-index for ranking of scientists really work? Scientometrics, 65(3), 391-392. Reprinted in: Braun, T. (Ed.) (2006). Evaluations of individual scientists and research institutions I (Scientometrics Guidebooks Series). Budapest, Hungary: Akadémiai Kiadó.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2005). Selection of research fellowship recipients by committee peer review. Analysis of reliability, fairness and predictive validity of Board of Trustees' decisions. Scientometrics, 63, 297-320. Reprinted in: Braun, T. (Ed.) (2006). Evaluations of individual scientists and research institutions I (Scientometrics Guidebooks Series). Budapest, Hungary: Akadémiai Kiadó.

Daniel, H.-D., Bornmann, L., & Mittag, S. (2005). Mehrstufige Verfahren für die Qualitätssicherung und -verbesserung von Studium und Lehre auf dem Prüfstand. Ausgewählte Ergebnisse zur Evaluation von Evaluationsverfahren. In Arbeitsgruppe Fortbildung im Sprecherkreis der Universitätskanzler (Hrsg.), Qualitätssicherung im europäischen Kontext: Akkreditierung, Evaluierung (S. 91-123). Weimar: Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Universitätsverlag.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2005). Selecting scientific excellence through committee peer review – A citation analysis of previous publications by successful and non-successful post-doctoral research fellowship applicants. In O. Ingwersen & B. Larsen (Eds.), Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of the International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics, 2005 (pp. 343-351). Stockholm, Sweden: Karolinska University Press.

 

2004 (7 publications)

 

Bornmann, L. & Enders, J. (2004). Social origin and gender of doctoral degree holders. Impact of particularistic attributes in access to and in later career attainment after achieving the doctoral degree in Germany. Scientometrics, 61(1), 19-41.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2004). Reliability, fairness and predictive validity of committee peer review. Evaluation of the selection of post-graduate fellowship holders by the Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds. B.I.F. Futura, 19, 7-19.

Bornmann, L. (2004). Stiftungspropheten in der Wissenschaft. Zuverlässigkeit, Fairness und Erfolg des Peer-Review. Münster: Waxmann.

Bornmann, L. (2004). Empfehlungen für die Ausgestaltung der externen Evaluation. In Hochschulrektorenkonferenz (Hrsg.), Metaevaluation: Evaluation von Studium und Lehre auf dem Prüfstand. Zwischenbilanz und Konsequenzen für die Zukunft (S. 65-76, Beiträge zur Hochschulpolitik 5/2004). Bonn: Hochschulrektorenkonferenz.

Bornmann, L. & Mittag, S. (2004). Empfehlungen für die Ausgestaltung des Follow-Up. In Hochschulrektorenkonferenz (Hrsg.), Metaevaluation: Evaluation von Studium und Lehre auf dem Prüfstand. Zwischenbilanz und Konsequenzen für die Zukunft (S. 97-109, Beiträge zur Hochschulpolitik 5/2004). Bonn: Hochschulrektorenkonferenz.

Bornmann, L., Mittag, S. & Daniel, H.-D. (2004). Interne und externe Evaluation. Wichtige Voraussetzungen und praktische Handreichungen zur Gestaltung mehrstufiger Evaluationsverfahren. In W. Benz, J. Kohler & K. Landfried (Hrsg.), Handbuch Qualität in Studium und Lehre. Evaluation nutzen - Akkreditierung sichern - Profil schärfen (Abschnitt E 7.1). Berlin: Raabe.

Mittag, S., Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2004). Die Beschäftigung des Systems mit sich selbst tut not. In Verbund Norddeutscher Universitäten (Hrsg.), 10 Jahre Evaluation von Studium und Lehre (S. 8 - 9). Hamburg: Himmelheber.

 

2003 (7 publications)

 

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2003). Der frühe Studiengangwechsel. Studieneingangsbedingungen und Studiengangwahlmotive in einem ereignisanalytischen Regressionsmodell zur Vorhersage der Wechselneigung im Studium. Empirische Pädagogik, 17(1), 23-37.

Mittag, S., Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2003). Evaluation von Studium und Lehre an Hochschulen. Handbuch zur Durchführung mehrstufiger Evaluationsverfahren. Münster: Waxmann.

Bornmann, L., Mittag, S. & Daniel, H.-D. (2003). Qualitätssicherung an Hochschulen. Empfehlungen zur Durchführung mehrstufiger Evaluationsverfahren in Studium und Lehre (Reihe Positionen des Stifterverbandes für die Deutsche Wissenschaft). Bonn: Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft.

Daniel, H.-D., Mittag, S. & Bornmann, L. (2003). Mehrstufige Evaluationsverfahren für Studium und Lehre. Empfehlungen zur Durchführung. In B. Berendt, H.-P. Voss & J. Wildt (Hrsg.), Neues Handbuch Hochschullehre (Abschnitt I 2.2). Stuttgart: Raabe.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2003). Begutachtung durch Fachkollegen in der Wissenschaft. Stand der Forschung zur Reliabilität, Fairness und Validität des Peer-Review-Verfahrens. In S. Schwarz & U. Teichler (Hrsg.), Universität auf dem Prüfstand. Konzepte und Befunde der Hochschulforschung (S. 211-230). Frankfurt: Campus.

Enders, J. & Bornmann, L. (2003). Übergänge, Umbrüche und Kontinuitäten: Die Phase im Anschluss an die Promotion - Ergebnisse der Kasseler Promoviertenstudie. In S. Schwarz & U. Teichler (Hrsg.), Universität auf dem Prüfstand. Konzepte und Befunde der Hochschulforschung (S. 101-120). Frankfurt: Campus.

Mittag, S., Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2003). Mehrstufige Verfahren für die Evaluation von Studium und Lehre - Eine Zwischenbilanz europäischer Erfahrungen. In S. Schwarz & U. Teichler (Hrsg.), Universität auf dem Prüfstand. Konzepte und Befunde der Hochschulforschung (S. 183-210). Frankfurt: Campus.

 

2002 (4 publications)

 

Bornmann, L. & Enders, J. (2002). Was lange währt, wird endlich gut: Promotionsdauer an bundesdeutschen Universitäten. Beiträge zur Hochschulforschung, 24 (1), 52-73.

Enders, J. & Bornmann, L. (2002). Internationale Mobilität von bundesdeutschen Promovierten. Beiträge zur Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung, 256, 357-374.

Enders, J. & Bornmann, L. (2002). Internationale Mobilität bundesdeutscher Promovierter - Eine Sekundäranalyse der Kasseler Promoviertenstudie. Mitteilungen aus der Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung, 35(1), 60-73.

Enders, J. & Bornmann, L. (2002). Übergangsverläufe und Statuspassagen nach der Promotion. In M. Wingens & R. Sackmann (Hrsg.), Bildung und Beruf. Ausbildung und berufsstruktureller Wandel in der Wissensgesellschaft (S. 159-176). Weinheim: Juventa.

 

2001 (4 publications)

 

Enders, J. & Bornmann, L. (2001). Karriere mit Doktortitel? Ausbildung, Berufsverlauf und Berufserfolg von Promovierten. Frankfurt am Main: Campus.

Bornmann, L. (2001). Interaktion, die keine ist – internetbasierte Kommunikation in Diskussionslisten. Medien Journal, 25(3), 58-65.

Enders, J. & Bornmann, L. (2001, 15. November). Karriere unterm Doktorhut. Eine neue Studie widerlegt ein altes Vorurteil: Die Promotion zahlt sich aus - besonders für Frauen und Sozialwissenschaftler. Der Tagesspiegel, S. 32.

Enders, J. & Bornmann, L. (2001). Internationale Mobilität von bundesdeutschen Promovierten. Teilstudie im Rahmen des Projektes "Hochqualifizierte Arbeitskräfte". Bonn: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung.

 

2000 (1 publication)

 

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (2000). Reliabilität und Konstruktvalidität des Kurzfragebogens zu Kompetenz- und Kontrollüberzeugungen (FKK). Überprüfung der Testgütekriterien im Rahmen einer Mehrthemenbefragung unter Studierenden. Empirische Pädagogik, 14(4), 391-407.

 

1999 (3 publications)

 

Bornmann, L. (1999). Internetnutzer. Eine Literaturanalyse empirischer Untersuchungen zum Netznutzungsverhalten. Spektrum Freizeit, 21(1), 77-94.

Bornmann, L. (1997). Das World-Wide-Web auf dem Weg zum Massenmedium. Medien Journal, 21(1), 73-78.

Bornmann, L. & Daniel, H.-D. (1999). Der Wechsel des Studienganges an der Universität Gesamthochschule Kassel - Ausmaß und Bedingungen. In M. Schröder-Gronostay & H.-D. Daniel (Hrsg.), Studienerfolg und Studienabbruch (S. 195-208). Neuwied: Luchterhand.