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Intelligent Networking and Collaborative Systems, International Conference on (2011)
Fukuoka, Japan
Nov. 30, 2011 to Dec. 2, 2011
ISBN: 978-0-7695-4579-0
pp: 21-26
For several decades, academics around the world have been collaborating with the view to support the development of their research domain. Having said that, the majority of scientific and technological policies try to encourage the creation of strong inter-related research groups in order to improve the efficiency of research outcomes and subsequently research funding allocation. In this paper, we attempt to highlight and thus, to demonstrate how these collaborative networks are developing in practice. To achieve this, we have developed an automated tool for extracting data about joint article publications and analyzing them from the perspective of social network analysis. In this case study, we have limited data from works published in 2010 by England academic and research institutions. The outcomes of this work can help policy makers in realising the current status of research collaborative networks in England.
Knowledge networks, Social network analysis, Bibliometrics, Collaborative research networks

N. Bessis, F. Barrero, F. Franc, S. L. Toral, M. Martinez-Torres and F. Xhafa, "An Exploratory Social Network Analysis of Academic Research Networks," Intelligent Networking and Collaborative Systems, International Conference on(INCOS), Fukuoka, Japan, 2011, pp. 21-26.
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