The Science of Science

; Albert-Laszlo Barabasi

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This is the first comprehensive overview of the exciting field of the 'science of science'.

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Introduction; Part I. The Science of Career: 1. Productivity of a scientist; 2. The H Index; 3. The Matthew Effect; 4. Age and Scientific Achievement; 5. Random Impact Rule; 6. The Q Factor; 7. Hot Streaks; Part II. The Science of Collaboration: 8. The increasing dominance of teams in science; 9. The Invisible College; 10. Coauthorship Networks; 11. Team Assembly; 12. Small and large teams; 13. Scientific Credit; 14. Credit Allocation; Part III. The Science of Impact: 15. Big Science; 16. Citation Disparity; 17. High Impact Papers; 18. Scientific Impact; 19. The Time Dimension of Science; 20. Ultimate Impact; Part IV. Outlook: 21. Can Science be Accelerated?; 22. Artificial Intelligence; 23. Bias and Causality in Science; Part V. Last thought; All the Science of Science: Appendix A1 Modeling team assembly; Appendix A2 Modeling Citations; References; Index.

Om forfatteren

Dashun Wang is an Associate Professor at Kellogg School of Management and the founding director of the Center for Science of Science and Innovation, Northwestern University, Illinois. He is a recipient of the AFOSR Young Investigator Award and was named Poets and Quants Best 40 Under 40 Business School Professors in 2019. Albert-Laszlo Barabasi is Robert Gray Dodge Professor of Network Science and Distinguished University Professor at Northeastern University, Boston, where he directs the Center for Complex Network Research. He holds appointments in the Departments of Physics and the College of Computer and Information Science, as well as in the Department of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and at Brigham and Women Hospital in the Channing Division of Network Science.