Category Archives: Research Quality

Finance Journals Ranking: Google Scholar

Google Scholar (GS) has been my favourite tool for: (1) literature review; (2) tracking citations to my own research articles; (3) tracking citations to key

Microsoft Academic Search Engine

I have been an avid fan of Google products. For academic search, Google Scholar is my preferred choice.  I just came across the beta version

A Guide to Publishing in International Peer-reviewed Journals: IV

Another good publishing tips from Elsevier. You can either google search “How to get Published: A guide to publishing in scholarly journals” or click this

Subscribing Research Trends: It is FREE!

Research Trends is powered by Sciverse Scopus, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and quality Web sources, with smart tools to track,

Bibliometric, Scientometric & Informetric Indicators

I just came across a very interesting research blog. If you are interested to know more about the above indicators, this blog on Science Intelligence

A Guide to Publishing in International Peer-reviewed Journals: III

Nowadays, with Google, it is not difficult to find materials on publishing tips. From the many materials that have been downloaded, I recommend the following

A Guide to Publishing in International Peer-reviewed Journals: II

Wiley Chinese Scholars Network (CSN) provides text, audio, and video resources to support the journey to publication for Chinese authors in an English-language journal. In

A Guide to Publishing in International Peer-reviewed Journals: I

Nowadays, greater weight is being given to publications in good quality journals, especially those indexed by Thomson ISI/WoS. Researchers, especially early career or those from

LSIBF in ISI/WoS

Given the emphasis on publications in ISI/WoS, it is good to check the performance of LSIBF. To do an institutional search in WoS (click here),

UM II: A Model of Reward Structure for ISI/WoS Publications

In my previous posting on National Academic Award (click here), I noted there is still much room for improvement in terms of the reward structure