Do Scientists with Foreign Names Improve European Medical Research? A Preliminary Study of a New Methodology

Journal of Scientometric Research,2021,10,1,1-8.
Published:May 2021
Type:Research Article
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Author(s) affiliations:

Richard Webber1, Philip Roe2, Grant Lewison3,*

1OriginsInfo, 3 Bisham Gardens, London, N6 6DJ, UK.

2Evaluametrics Ltd, 157 Verulam Road, St. Albans, AL3 4DW, UK.

3King’s College London, Institute of Cancer Policy, Guy’s Hospital, Great Maze Pond, London SE1 9RT, UK.

Abstract:

The UK’s recent departure from the European Union may make it harder for researchers from other countries to be employed here and may discourage research institutions from seeking them. We sought to develop a methodology to see if non-native heritage scientists (with foreign names) brought measurable benefit to their host countries’ research.  Read more . . .

Do Scientists with Foreign Names Improve European Medical Research? A Preliminary Study of a New Methodology

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Webber R, Roe P, Lewison G. Do Scientists with Foreign Names Improve European Medical Research? A Preliminary Study of a New Methodology. Journal of Scientometric Research. 2021;10(1):1-8. doi:10.5530/jscires.10.1.1.