Resultados de investigación

2017 (3) | 2016 (26) | 2015 (27) | 2014 (37) | 2013 (36) | 2012 (26) | 2011 (23) | 2010 (30)

Febrero 2015

Sanz-Menéndez L. & Van Ryzin G.G. (2015) Economic crisis and public attitudes toward science: A study of regional differences in Spain. Public Understanding of Science 24(2): 167-182

Enero 2015

Chinchilla-Rodriguez Z., Miguel S. & Moya-Anegon F. (2015) What factors affect the visibility of Argentinean publications in humanities and social sciences in Scopus? Some evidence beyond the geographic realm of research. Scientometrics 102(1): 789-810

Durán R., Álvarez B.A. & Vázquez M.X. (2015) Conservation of maritime cultural heritage: A discrete choice experiment in a European Atlantic Region. Marine Policy 51: 356-365

Chinchilla-Rodriguez Z., Zacca-Gonzalez G., Vargas-Quesada B. & Moya-Anegón F. (2015) Latin American scientific output in Public Health: combined analysis using bibliometric, socioeconomic and health indicators. Scientometrics 102(1): 609-628

Pavone V. & Martinelli L. (2015) Cisgenics as emerging bio-objects: bio-objectification and bio-identification in agrobiotech innovation. New Genetics and Society 34(1): 52-71

Garcia-López M.A., Holl A. & Viladecans-Marsal E. (2015) Suburbanization and highways in Spain when the Romans and the Bourbons still shape its cities. Journal of Urban Economics 85: 52-67

Diciembre 2014

Romero-Jordan D., Peñasco C. & Del Rio P. (2014) Analysing the determinants of household electricity demand in Spain. An econometric study. International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems 63: 950-961

Fraile M. & Pardos-Prado S. (2014) Correspondence between the Objective and Subjective Economies: The Role of Personal Economic Circumstances. Political Studies 62(4): 895-912

Del Rio P. & Mir-Artigues P. (2014) Combinations of support instruments for renewable electricity in Europe: A review. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 40: 287-295

Noviembre 2014

Guerrero-Bote V.P. & Moya-Anegón F. (2014) Relationship between downloads and citations at journal and paper levels, and the influence of language. Scientometrics 101(2): 1043-1065

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