Thed van Leeuwen
Thed van Leeuwen
Leiden University
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New bibliometric tools for the assessment of national research performance: Database description, overview of indicators and first applications
H Moed, R De Bruin, TH Van Leeuwen
Scientometrics 33 (3), 381-422, 1995
Language biases in the coverage of the Science Citation Index and its consequencesfor international comparisons of national research performance
T Van Leeuwen, H Moed, R Tijssen, M Visser, A Van Raan
Scientometrics 51 (1), 335-346, 2001
Towards a new crown indicator: Some theoretical considerations
L Waltman, NJ van Eck, TN van Leeuwen, MS Visser, AFJ van Raan
Journal of informetrics 5 (1), 37-47, 2011
The Leiden Ranking 2011/2012: Data collection, indicators, and interpretation
L Waltman, C Calero‐Medina, J Kosten, ECM Noyons, RJW Tijssen, ...
Journal of the American society for information science and technology 63 …, 2012
Improving the accuracy of Institute for Scientific Information's journal impact factors
HF Moed, TN Van Leeuwen
Journal of the American Society for Information Science 46 (6), 461-467, 1995
Impact factors can mislead
HF Moed, TN Van Leeuwen
Nature 381 (6579), 186-186, 1996
Comparative analysis of a set of bibliometric indicators and central peer review criteria: Evaluation of condensed matter physics in the Netherlands
EJ Rinia, TN Van Leeuwen, HG Van Vuren, AFJ Van Raan
Research policy 27 (1), 95-107, 1998
Benchmarking international scientific excellence: Are highly cited research papers an appropriate frame of reference?
R Tijssen, M Visser, T Van Leeuwen
Scientometrics 54 (3), 381-397, 2002
The Holy Grail of science policy: Exploring and combining bibliometric tools in search of scientific excellence
T Van Leeuwen, M Visser, H Moed, T Nederhof, A Van Raan
Scientometrics 57 (2), 257-280, 2003
Towards a new crown indicator: An empirical analysis
L Waltman, NJ van Eck, TN van Leeuwen, MS Visser, AFJ van Raan
Scientometrics 87 (3), 467-481, 2011
The application of bibliometric analyses in the evaluation of social science research. Who benefits from it, and why it is still feasible
T Van Leeuwen
Scientometrics 66 (1), 133-154, 2006
A bibliometric classificatory approach for the study and assessment of research performance at the individual level: The effects of age on productivity and impact
R Costas, TN Van Leeuwen, M Bordons
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 61 (8 …, 2010
Some modifications to the SNIP journal impact indicator
L Waltman, NJ van Eck, TN van Leeuwen, MS Visser
Journal of informetrics 7 (2), 272-285, 2013
Measuring knowledge transfer between fields of science
EJ Rinia, TN Van Leeuwen, EEW Bruins, HG Van Vuren, AFJ Van Raan
Scientometrics 54 (3), 347-362, 2002
Technological relevance of science: An assessment of citation linkages between patents and research papers
R Tussen, R Buter, T Van Leeuwen
Scientometrics 47 (2), 389-412, 2000
A new classification system to describe the ageing of scientific journals and their impact factors
HF Moed, TNV Leeuwen, J Reedijk
Journal of Documentation 54 (4), 387-419, 1998
Interdisciplinary dynamics of modern science: analysis of cross-disciplinary citation flows
T Van Leeuwen, R Tijssen
Research Evaluation 9 (3), 183-187, 2000
Towards appropriate indicators of journal impact
H Moed, TH Van Leeuwen, J Reedijk
Scientometrics 46 (3), 575-589, 1999
Assessment of the scientific basis of interdisciplinary, applied research: application of bibliometric methods in nutrition and food research
AFJ Van Raan, TN Van Leeuwen
Research Policy 31 (4), 611-632, 2002
Influence of interdisciplinarity on peer-review and bibliometric evaluations in physics research
EJ Rinia, TN Van Leeuwen, HG Van Vuren, AFJ Van Raan
Research policy 30 (3), 357-361, 2001
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