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Chapter: Appendix K: Field-Weighted Citation Impact of Publications Reported by Principal Investigators

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix K: Field-Weighted Citation Impact of Publications Reported by Principal Investigators." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Evaluation of the Minerva Research Initiative. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25482.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix K: Field-Weighted Citation Impact of Publications Reported by Principal Investigators." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Evaluation of the Minerva Research Initiative. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25482.
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TABLE K-1 Field-Weighted Citation Impact of Publications Reported by Principal Investigators

Article Number Year Article Published Number of Citations Received Benchmarking Percentile Subject Field Relative to Percentile Field-Weighted Citation Impact
1 2014 247 99 Political Science and International Relations 40.93
2 2017 28 99 Public Administration 11.19
3 2014 102 99 Political Science and International Relations 10.80
4 2011 148 99 Economics, Econometrics, and Finance 10.34
5 2013 81 99 Political Science and International Relations 9.85
6 2013 72 99 Law 8.80
7 2011 72 99 Political Science and International Relations 7.38
8 2016 18 99 Political Science and International Relations 6.93
9 2015 23 99 Political Science and International Relations 4.50
10 2012 70 98 Political Science and International Relations 10.16
11 2014 35 98 Political Science and International Relations 8.06
12 2014 30 97 Political Science and International Relations 4.59
13 2015 19 96 Sociology and Political Science 7.26
14 2014 29 96 Sociology and Political Science 5.09
15 2016 24 96 Psychology 4.52
16 2015 6 96 Religious Studies 3.71
17 2015 25 95 Political Science and International Relations 5.72
18 2014 31 95 Social Sciences 4.00
19 2015 47 95 Social Sciences 3.53
20 2015 31 94 Medicine 4.29
Suggested Citation:"Appendix K: Field-Weighted Citation Impact of Publications Reported by Principal Investigators." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Evaluation of the Minerva Research Initiative. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25482.
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21 2014 5 91 Social Sciences 12.98
22 2017 15 91 Social Sciences 8.19
23 2016 7 91 Political Science and International Relations 2.27
24 2015 10 90 Political Science and International Relations 2.38
25 2018 12 88 Medicine 14.16
26 2015 22 88 Mathematics 3.48
27 2014 12 88 Political Science and International Relations 3.16
28 2016 17 88 Computer Science 2.60
29 2017 4 88 Political Science and International Relations 2.22
30 2015 8 88 Political Science and International Relations 2.17
31 2015 11 88 Economics, Econometrics, and Finance 2.09
32 2009 29 88 Political Science and International Relations 2.05
33 2012 18 88 Political Science and International Relations 1.90
34 2017 10 86 Arts and Humanities 2.98
35 2017 4 86 Political Science and International Relations 2.78
36 2013 5 86 Religious Studies 2.49
37 2011 20 86 Political Science and International Relations 2.15
38 2013 16 86 Arts and Humanities 1.64
39 2016 9 84 Political Science and International Relations 2.27
40 2017 4 84 Political Science and International Relations 2.03
41 2016 7 82 Political Science and International Relations 2.63
42 2011 14 82 Political Science and International Relations 2.61
Suggested Citation:"Appendix K: Field-Weighted Citation Impact of Publications Reported by Principal Investigators." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Evaluation of the Minerva Research Initiative. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25482.
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Article Number Year Article Published Number of Citations Received Benchmarking Percentile Subject Field Relative to Percentile Field-Weighted Citation Impact
43 2014 9 82 Political Science and International Relations 2.58
44 2013 20 80 Medicine 2.40
45 2017 1 80 Social Sciences 1.96
46 2016 9 80 Arts and Humanities 1.55
47 2017 2 75 Sociology and Political Science 2.61
48 2016 4 75 Sociology and Political Science 1.90
49 2014 3 75 Religious Studies 1.66
50 2016 5 75 Political Science and International Relations 1.62
51 2011 14 75 Social Sciences 1.22
52 2015 29 75 Multidisciplinary 1.19
53 2014 7 75 Sociology and Political Science 1.18
54 2017 3 75 Political Science and International Relations 1.02
55 2015 2 75 Cultural Studies 0.84
56 2016 8 70 Computer Science 2.51
57 2013 7 70 Political Science and International Relations 1.01
58 2015 5 70 Social Sciences 0.73
59 2012 12 70 Social Sciences 0.65
60 2017 4 65 Law 2.78
61 2013 1 65 Psychology 1.91
62 2014 5 65 Political Science and International Relations 1.14
Suggested Citation:"Appendix K: Field-Weighted Citation Impact of Publications Reported by Principal Investigators." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Evaluation of the Minerva Research Initiative. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25482.
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63 2015 4 65 Political Science and International Relations 1.09
64 2017 1 65 Political Science and International Relations 0.62
65 2017 3 60 Social Sciences 3.98
66 2015 4 60 Political Science and International Relations 1.50
67 2010 2 60 Religious Studies 0.82
68 2016 2 50 Social Sciences 1.03
69 2011 2 50 Social Sciences 0.59
70 2013 7 50 Medicine 0.58
71 2015 9 50 Multidisciplinary 0.47
72 2015 8 45 Medicine 1.67
73 2015 4 45 Political Science and International Relations 0.89
74 2015 2 45 Social Sciences 0.50
75 2011 7 45 Economics, Econometrics, and Finance 0.46
76 2015 1 45 Social Sciences 0.41
77 2015 2 45 Social Sciences 0.38
78 2016 3 45 Political Science and International Relations 0.29
79 2013 2 35 Communication 0.37
80 2015 8 35 Multidisciplinary 0.36
81 2016 2 35 Information Systems 0.33
82 2011 3 35 Anthropology 0.27
83 2014 1 30 Social Sciences 0.24
84 2012 133 not provided not provided 16.86
Suggested Citation:"Appendix K: Field-Weighted Citation Impact of Publications Reported by Principal Investigators." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Evaluation of the Minerva Research Initiative. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25482.
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Article Number Year Article Published Number of Citations Received Benchmarking Percentile Subject Field Relative to Percentile Field-Weighted Citation Impact
85 2017 6 not provided not provided 15.31
86 2018 3 not provided not provided 11.12
87 2019 2 not provided not provided 9.65
88 2018 14 not provided not provided 8.88
89 2017 11 not provided not provided 8.29
90 2015 3 not provided not provided 6.46
91 2018 1 not provided not provided 5.32
92 2018 3 not provided not provided 5.31
93 2017 1 not provided not provided 4.85
94 2017 10 not provided not provided 4.68
95 2015 22 not provided not provided 4.38
96 2018 1 not provided not provided 3.80
97 2016 11 not provided not provided 3.59
98 2017 2 not provided not provided 2.89
99 2017 3 not provided not provided 1.64
100 2018 1 not provided not provided 1.60
101 2018 2 not provided not provided 1.60
102 2016 4 not provided not provided 1.38
103 2018 2 not provided not provided 1.31
104 2017 5 not provided not provided 1.27
Suggested Citation:"Appendix K: Field-Weighted Citation Impact of Publications Reported by Principal Investigators." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Evaluation of the Minerva Research Initiative. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25482.
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105 2017 1 not provided not provided 0.68
106 2015 1 not provided not provided 0.00
107 2016 0 not provided not provided 0.00
108 2016 0 not provided not provided 0.00
109 2016 0 not provided not provided 0.00
110 2017 0 not provided not provided 0.00
111 2017 0 not provided not provided 0.00
112 2017 0 not provided not provided 0.00
113 2017 0 not provided not provided 0.00
114 2017 0 not provided not provided 0.00
115 2017 0 not provided not provided 0.00
116 2017 0 not provided not provided 0.00
117 2018 0 not provided not provided 0.00
118 2018 0 not provided not provided 0.00
119 2018 0 not provided not provided 0.00
120 2018 0 not provided not provided 0.00
121 2018 0 not provided not provided 0.00
122 2018 0 not provided not provided 0.00
123 2018 1 not provided not provided 0.00
124 2019 0 not provided not provided 0.00
125 2019 0 not provided not provided 0.00
Suggested Citation:"Appendix K: Field-Weighted Citation Impact of Publications Reported by Principal Investigators." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Evaluation of the Minerva Research Initiative. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25482.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix K: Field-Weighted Citation Impact of Publications Reported by Principal Investigators." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Evaluation of the Minerva Research Initiative. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25482.
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The Minerva Research Initiative is a Department of Defense (DoD) social science grant program that funds unclassified basic research relevant to national security. The goal of the program is to make use of the intellectual capital of university-based social scientists to inform understanding of issues important to DoD and the broader national security community. Evaluation of the Minerva Research Initiative discusses the program's successes and challenges over its first decade of operation, and highlights ways to strengthen the program’s foundations and take advantage of opportunities for broadening its reach and usefulness.

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