Influence of network-based structural and power diversity on research performance

Abbasi, A, Jalili, M and Sadeghi-Niaraki, A 2018, 'Influence of network-based structural and power diversity on research performance', Scientometrics, vol. 117, no. 1, pp. 579-590.


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Title Influence of network-based structural and power diversity on research performance
Author(s) Abbasi, A
Jalili, M
Sadeghi-Niaraki, A
Year 2018
Journal name Scientometrics
Volume number 117
Issue number 1
Start page 579
End page 590
Total pages 12
Publisher Akademiai Kiado Rt.
Abstract With an increase in studies of actors collaborative activities on their performance very few have examined the role of the structural influence of actors on their cohorts performance. In this study, we argue that the collaborative process involves social influence and social capital embedded within relationships and network structures amongst direct partner. We examine whether such influence is directly associated with an actors productivity and performance. In particular, we aim to understand how structural position of an actors cohorts and their structural and power diversity in a network influence the productivity and performance. Network-based centrality measures are used to evaluate the structural position. To investigate how partners of an actor in a collaboration network can influence their productivity and/or performance, we evaluate their structural diversity in the network by measuring the variance of their centrality measures. We evaluate if the variance of centrality measures of partners of a scholar influence their productivity or performance.
Subject Pattern Recognition and Data Mining
Keyword(s) Big data
Co-authorship network
Network science
Research performance
Social influence
DOI - identifier 10.1007/s11192-018-2879-3
Copyright notice © Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, Hungary 2018
ISSN 0138-9130
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