Global research community: what do international co-authorship patterns say about its structureстатья

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[1] Global research community: what do international co-authorship patterns say about its structure / С. Г. Шульгин, Ю. В. Зинькина, А. И. Андреев, А. Т. Гаспаришвили // AMAZONIA INVESTIGA. — 2018. — Vol. 7, no. 17. — P. 130–142. Abstract Global research community represents a noteworthy object for sociological studies. In this paper we regards it as an entity with network structure and try to analyze the current state of this structure and its recent dynamics. Among the many various approaches to studying the network links that bring together the researchers all over the world, we choose to look at the structure of international co-authorship of research papers published in journals indexed by Scopus Elsevier database. We try to provide a general outline of the network structure, to reveal distinct regional clusters existing at the various levels of this structure, and to discover whatever significant changes took place in the network structure over the last 25 years. Keywords: International co-authorship, international co-authorship network, the USA, the UK, China, global research community.

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