, Volume 40, Issue 3, pp 363–366 | Cite as

Comments on John Irvine and Ben R. Martin, recipients of the 1997 Derek de Solla price award

  • Keith Pavitt


Bibliometric Analysis Past Performance Radio Astronomy Scientific Performance Radio Astronomy Observatory 
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Selected publications

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    B.R. Martin andJ. Irvine, 1981, ‘Internal Criteria for Scientific Choice: An Evaluation of the Research Performance of Electron High-Energy Physics Accelerators,’Minerva, XIX, pp.408–32.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    B.R. Martin andJ. Irvine, 1981, ‘Spin-Off from Basic Science: The Case of Radio Astronomy,’Physics in Technology, 12, pp 204–12.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    B.R. Martin andJ. Irvine, 1982. ‘Women in Science: The Astronomical Brain Drain,’Women's Studies International Forum, 5, pp.41–68.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    M. Schwarz, J. Irvine, B.R. Martin, K. Pavitt andR. Rothwell, 1982, ‘Government Support for Industrial Research: Lessons from a Study of Norway,’R&D Management, 12, pp.155–67.Google Scholar
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    B.R. Martin andJ. Irvine, 1983, ‘Assessing Basic Research: Some Partial Indicators of Scientific Progress in Radio Astronomy”,Research Policy, 12, pp.61–90.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    J. Irvine andB.R. Martin, 1983, ‘Assessing Basic Research: The Case of the Isaac Newton Telescope”,Social Studies of Science, 13, pp.49–86.Google Scholar
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    J. Irvine andB.R. Martin, 1983. ‘The Isaac Newton Telescope,”Social Studies of Science, 13, pp.321–22.Google Scholar
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    B.R. Martin andJ. Irvine, 1984, ‘CERN: Past Performance and Future Prospects—I—CERN's Position in World High-Energy Physics,’Research Policy, 13, pp.183–210.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    J. Irvine andB.R. Martin, 1984, ‘CERN: Past Performance and Future Prospects—II—The Scientific Performance of the CERN Accelerators,’Research Policy, 13 pp.247–84.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    B.R. Martin andJ. Irvine, 1984, ‘CERN: Past Performance and Future Prospects—III—CERN and the Future of World High-Energy Physics,’Research Policy, 13, pp.311–42.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    J. Irvine andB.R. Martin, 1985, ‘Basic Research in the East and West: A Comparison of the Scientific Performance of High-Energy Physics Accelerators,’Social Studies of Science, 15, pp.293–341.Google Scholar
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    J. Irvine andB.R. Martin, 1985, ‘Evaluating Big Science: CERN's Past Performance and Future Prospects,’Scientometrics, 7, pp.281–308.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    B.R. Martin andJ. Irvine, 1985. ‘Evaluating the Evaluators: A Reply to Our Critics,’Social Studies of Science, 15, pp.558–75.Google Scholar
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    J. Irvine, B.R. Martin, T. Peacock, andR. Turner, 1985, ‘Charting the Decline in British Science,’Nature, 316, pp.587–90.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    D. Crouch, J. Irvine andB.R. Martin, 1986, ‘Bibliometric Analysis for Science Policy: An Evaluation of the United Kingdom's Research Performance in Ocean Currents and Protein Crystallography,’Scientometrics, 9, pp.239–67.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    D. Hicks, B.R. Martin andJ. Irvine, 1986 ‘Bibliometric Techniques for Monitoring Performance in Strategic Research: The Case of Integrated Optics’,R&D Management, 16, pp.211–23.Google Scholar
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    J. Irvine andB.R. Martin, 1986, ‘Is Britain Spending Enough on Science?,’Nature, 323, pp.591–94.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    J. Irvine, B.R. Martin, J.E.F. Skea, T. Peacock, N. Minchin andD. Crouch, 1986, ‘The Shifting Balance of Power in Experimental Particle Physics,’Physics Today, 39(11), pp.27–34.Google Scholar
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    B.R. Martin, J. Irvine, N. Minchin, J.E.F. Skea, T. Peacock andD. Crouch, 1987, ‘The Assessment of Scientific Research: A Case-Study of CERN,’Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 12, pp.70–76.Google Scholar
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    J. Irvine, B.R. Martin, J. Abraham andT. Peacock, 1987, ‘Assessing Basic Research: Reappraisal and Update of an Evaluation of Four Radio Astronomy Observatories,’Research Policy, 16, pp.213–27.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    B.R. Martin, J. Irvine, F. Narin, C. Sterritt, 1987, ‘The Continuing Decline of British Science,Nature, 330, pp.123–26.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    P. Healey, J. Irvine andB.R. Martin, 1988, ‘Introduction: Quantitative Science-Policy Studies in the United Kingdom,’Scientometrics, 14, pp.177–83.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    M.P. Carpenter, F. Gibb, M. Harris, J. Irvine, B.R. Martin andF. Narin, 1988, ‘Bibliometric Profiles for British Academic Institutions: An Experiment to Develop Research Output Indicators,’Scientometrics, 14, pp.213–33.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    J. Irvine andB.R. Martin, 1989, ‘International Comparisons of Scientific Performance Revisited,’Scientometrics, 15, pp.369–92.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    B.R. Martin andJ. Irvine, 1989,Research Foresight: Priority-Setting in Science, London and New York: Pinter Publishers. Also published as J. Irvine and B.R. Martin, 1989,Research Foresight: Creating the Future, Zoetermeer: Netherlands Ministry of Education and Science.Google Scholar
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    J. Irvine, B.R. Martin andP.A. Isard, 1990.Investing in the Future: An International Comparison of Government Funding of Academic and Related Research, Aldershot and Brookfield, Vermont Edward Elgar.Google Scholar
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    B.R. Martin andJ. Irvine, 1992, ‘The Position of British Science,’Nature, 355, p.760.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    J. Irvine, B.R. Martin, D. Griffiths andR. Gathier (eds) 1977,Equipping Science for the 21st Century, Aldershot and Brookfield, Vermont: Edward Elgar.Google Scholar

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© Akadémiai Kiadó 1997

Authors and Affiliations

  • Keith Pavitt
    • 1
  1. 1.SPRUSussexUK

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