Discussion on the Development of Journal Industrial Technology Innovation—as per a Bibliometric Perspective
Science Innovation
Volume 6, Issue 2-1, March 2018, Pages: 1-6
Received: Apr. 12, 2017; Accepted: Apr. 13, 2017; Published: Jun. 9, 2017
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Zhang Kuo, China Center for Information Industry Development, Beijing, China; Beijing CCID Publishing & Media Co., Ltd., Beijing, China
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Abstract
Discovery and induction on experiences and circumstances are the cornerstones of the development of a journal. As per a bibliometric perspective, the Journal Industrial Technology Innovation (ITI) is taken as an example to carry out multi-dimensional analysis by statistics and coupling of essential parameters and data in Issues 1~15, and implement strategic practices in Issues 16~18. Analysis show that, (1) Young authors of post-80s and post-90s are the main forces of paper publication, and their research papers need more revisions and refinements for the improvement of writing quality; (2) Coverage of the journal is increasingly broadened while urging expansion of more impacts; (3) Amount of funded research papers is decreasing, indicating requirement of deep understanding on the management structures and operation mechanisms of various kinds of affiliations. Practices show that, the development of the Journal ITI must be based on a long-term strategy, and following principles must be obeyed: (1) Giving priority to social benefits while unifying social and economic benefits; (2) Giving priority to the quality while unifying quality and quantity; (3) Avoiding academic discrimination while unifying expert attraction and new scholar encouragement; (4) Fostering academic editors as specialists of various fields for their project participation and discourse power strengthening.
Keywords
Industrial Technology Innovation, Journal Development, Bibliometrics, Multi-dimensional, Coupling, Core Journal
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Zhang Kuo, Discussion on the Development of Journal Industrial Technology Innovation—as per a Bibliometric Perspective, Science Innovation. Special Issue:Industrial Technology Innovation. Vol. 6, No. 2-1, 2018, pp. 1-6. doi: 10.11648/j.si.s.2018060201.11
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