The good, the bad and the ugly
What bibliometrics tells us about Romanian research
Keywords:citations, Romania, research, bibliometrics
This study uses bibliometric indicators to show the evolution of Romanian research in the 2007-2015 interval. It focuses on the number of published citable items, citations received by these items and the relationship between these two indicators in order to highlight the trends that define Romanian research.
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