My Publications with Elsevier

My first article in Elsevier’s journal is Lim (2007, Physica A),  a paper that I wrote during my PhD candidature. After that great experience, I

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Bibliometric, Scientometric & Informetric Indicators

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My Scopus ID: 7403176001

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My Researcher ID: C-6528-2011

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My First ISI/WoS Paper

Venus Khim-Sen Liew, Terence Tai-Leung Chong and Kian-Ping Lim (2003) The inadequacy of linear autoregressive model for real exchange rates: empirical evidence from Asian economies, Applied Economics, Taylor

Taking “Research News” Private

This site was the official blog of Kian-Ping Lim when he served as the Deputy Dean (Research & Innovation) at the Labuan School of International

When Good Researchers Were Not Valued

If you have finished listening or reading those guides on publishing in international journals, I believe that you will conclude that: (1) the publishing world

Academic Finance as a Career: by Don Chance

In my earlier post on “What’s the Fuss about KPI?” (click here), I speculated that those who made a big fuss about KPI is because