Wednesday, October 10th, 2012
12:00-12:45 Keynote Speech: Issues with data sources for social science and humanities bibliometrics.
Diana Hicks, Georgia Institute of Technology
12:45-13:15 Invited Speech: Bibliometrics on the humanities: its current practice and implications for future research.
Björn Hammarfelt, University of Uppsala
13:15-14:15 Session 1: Evaluation of research
How to evaluate social sciences and humanities?
Maria Forsman, University of Helsinki
Developments in the evaluation of Dutch Social Sciences and Humanities.
Thed van Leeuwen, Sarah de Rijcke, Erik van Wijk and Paul Wouters, Leiden University
15:00-17:00 Session 2: Measuring impact and quality of research
Comparison of Nordic Publication Channel Ratings with special regard to SSH.
Janne Pölönen, Federation of Finnish Learned Societies, Helsinki
Using the Norwegian model in a Swedish setting: consequences for social sciences and humanities.
Karin Henning, University of Gothenburg
Different approaches for measuring the publishing activity of researchers in Humanities.
Brian Kirkegaard Lunn, Anne Lyhne Høj and Paul Meier Melchiorsen, Aalborg University
The use value of research in the social sciences.
Reetta Muhonen, University of Tampere
Thursday, October 11th, 2012
9:00-10:30 Session 3: Co-publishing patterns
Using co-authorship for analyzing international collaboration in the social sciences and humanities.
A study of the University of Bergen, Dag W. Aksnes and Susanne Mikki, University of Bergen
Patters of co-publishing in different publication types in the social sciences and humanities.
Hanna-Mari Puuska, CSC – IT Centre for Science, Finland
A measure of collaboration for edited books in the social sciences and humanities.
Truyken L. B. Ossenblok and Tim C. E. Engels, University of Antwerpen
11:00-12:00 Session 4: Trends in publishing patterns
Comparison of two national portals for scientific literature in Sweden and Norway.
Leif Eriksson, University of Uppsala
Developments in the scholarly publishing practices of the social sciences and humanities.
Gunnar Sivertsen, NIFU, Oslo