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H Index Scholar: el índice h de los profesores de las universidades públicas españolas en humanidades y ciencias sociales

Authors: Delgado-López-Cózar, Emilio; Orduña-Malea, Enrique; Jiménez-Contreras, Evaristo; Ruiz-Pérez, Rafael;

H Index Scholar: el índice h de los profesores de las universidades públicas españolas en humanidades y ciencias sociales

Abstract

The H-Index Scholar is a bibliometric index that measures the productivity and scientific impact of the academic production in humanities and social sciences by professors and researchers at public Spanish universities. The methodology consisted of counting their publications and citations received in Google Scholar. The main features and characteristics of the index are explained. Despite technical and methodological problems that Google Scholar might have as a source of information, the authors estimate that they do not affect substantially the calculated h and g indexes, probably being the error lower than 10%. The total population analyzed was 40,993 researchers, but data are displayed only for 13,518 researchers, the ones located in the first tertile of their respective areas.

Keywords

BB. Bibliometric methods, GH. Education., H. Information sources, supports, channels.

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