Scholarly Output in Israel: International Comparison of Scientific Publications

Bibliometrics is a type of research method that uses quantitative analysis and statistics to describe patterns of publications within a given field of literature. Alongside the peer evaluation method, bibliometrics is being used to evaluate the textual output of research (academic papers, patents), by measuring its productivity, quality and priority.

The S. Neaman Institute has expanded its activity in this field of research by using bibliometric databases and methods in a variety of studies in science and technology.

The S. Neaman Institute's projects which are based on the bibliometric method include:

  • The Status of Research in Israel in Comparison with Selected Countries and Institutions Using Bibliometric Indices
  • Analysis of Israeli Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Research.
  • Analysis of the Israeli Space Engineering Output.
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