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2018 | 4 | 442-466
Article title

Publishing Patterns of Polish Authors in Domestic and Foreign Economic Journals

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EN
Publishing Patterns of Polish Authors in Domestic and Foreign Economic Journals
RU
Структура публикаций польских авторов в отечественных и зарубежных экономических изданиях
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PL
Artykuł zawiera analizę wielopoziomową produktywności naukowej polskich ekonomistów z uwzględnieniem różnych czynników wpływających na wyniki publikacyjne. Analizowane dane dotyczą artykułów o tematyce ekonomicznej opublikowanych w latach 1999–2012 w pięciu wiodących czasopismach polskich oraz czasopismach zagranicznych indeksowanych w bazach Scopus i Web of Science. Okazuje się, że współpraca naukowa (której owocem są wspólne publikacje) jest częstsza w przypadku artykułów publikowanych w czasopismach zagranicznych. Autorzy publikujący artykuły we współautorstwie czynią to na łamach czasopism polskich najczęściej z udziałem tych samych współpracowników, co w przypadku publikacji w czasopismach zagranicznych. Jeśli chodzi czasopism zagraniczne prace zespołowe zwiększają szanse publikacji, zarówno w przypadku współautorów z zagranicy, jak i z tego samego wydziału. Potencjał naukowy macierzystych ośrodków badawczych ma większe znaczenie przy publikacjach krajowych niż zagranicznych.
EN
This study develops a multilevel model of academic performance for Polish economists and investigates several factors correlated with individual publishing outcome. The data used are based on articles in the domain of economics published between 1999 and 2012 in five leading Polish journals and in foreign journals listed in Scopus and in Web of Science. The study argues that scientific collaboration (demonstrated by co-authorship) is more frequent in foreign journals than in Polish ones. Authors who choose collaborative publishing strategy tend to collaborate in case of Polish journals with the same coauthors as in case of foreign journals. The type of collaboration also matters. For publishing in foreign journals, both foreign cooperation and in-house collaboration create an advantage. Research potential of an university department turns out to matter more for publishing in Polish than foreign journals.
RU
Статья содержит многоуровневый анализ научной эффективности польских экономистов с учетов разных факторов, влияющих на результаты публикаций. Анализируемые данные касаются статей на экономические темы, опубликованные в 1999–2012 гг. в пяти ведущих польских изданиях, а также в зарубежных изданиях, имеющих индексы в базах Scopus и Web of Science. Авторы показывают, что научное сотрудничество (результатом которого являются совместные публикации) имеет место чаще в случае статей, опубликованных в зарубежных изданиях. Если говорить то публикациях вместе с одними и теми же соавторами, то это происходит чаще на страницах польских изданий, чем зарубежных. В случае зарубежного издания коллективные работы увеличивают шансы появления публикации как при наличии зарубежного соавтора, так и соавтора из того же вуза. Научный потенциал исследовательских центров в случае отечественных публикаций имеет большее значение, чем в случае зарубежных.
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4
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442-466
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Contributors
  • Grażyna Bukowska, Ph. D. – Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw, g.bukowska@uw.edu.pl
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