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Relationship between research funding and scientific output in two different biomedical disciplines

AuthorsÁlvarez-Bornstein, Belén; Díaz-Faes, Adrián A. ; Bordons, María
Issue Date2017
CitationSTI Conference (2017)
AbstractWhen studying scientific output arising from funded research, it is relevant to determine the effectiveness of investments on research. In this study two biomedical disciplines are analysed regarding scientific publications and their research funding profile as obtained from the WoS funding acknowledgements field. The main characteristics of funded-research are analyzed from a bibliometric perspective. Disciplines differ in their funding rate, percentage distribution of funding sources by institutional sector and type of financing. In both disciplines, funded research is more likely to be published in high impact factor journals and to receive more citations than non-funded research, as well as to present international collaboration. The institutional affiliation of authors has an influence on the likelihood of reporting financing, which is positive for university and multi-sector centres but negative for companies in the more basic discipline. The interest of these findings for sponsor organisations will be outlined.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado a la Science, Technology and Innovation indicators (STI) Conference, celebrada en Paris (Francia) del 6 al 8 de septiembre de 2017.
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