|The following resources below are databases which contain citation counts for articles.
For journal abbreviations, defer to the ones listed in Web of Science.
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A software program that retrieves and analyzes academic citations. It uses Google Scholar to obtain the raw citations, then analyzes these and presents the following statistics:
Scopus, produced by Elsevier Science (1960-present), dentifies scientific articles in over 14,000 peer-reviewed journals from more than 4,000 international publishers. Multidisciplinary coverage includes health, agriculture, chemistry, physics, life sciences, mathematics, engineering, earth and environmental sciences, social science, psychology, and economics, business and management. Includes citation counts via "citation tracker" button and one can set up e-mail alerts.
Within Web of Knowledge is Web of Science, which indexes journals and provides complete bibliographic data, full length author abstracts, and cited references. Indexes currently available are: Science Citation Index Expanded, Social Sciences Citation Index, and Arts & Humanities Citation Index. Can also be used to find reviews. The Science Citation Index Expanded and Social Sciences Citation Index are available from 1970 to the present. The Social Science Citation Index will be the one used the most.
Note: Many business journals are not indexed by the Web of Science. See other resources for citation counts.
|The following resources below can be used to locate papers which may or may not be published in journals and to locate other avenues in getting your papers presented or published.
The Bureau of Economic and Business Research at the COB maintains an online list with links to full text of working papers of Illinois faculty (and their researchers) since 2000. Abstracts are supplied for WP published in the years 1995-1999.
Many of the papers from this time period and earlier are also available through the Bureau of Economic and Business Research Faculty Working Paper collection in the University of Illinois insitutional repository IDEALS. You can search this collection or browse by authors, contributors, subjects, titles, series, or date.
You can also search the Classic Online Catalog for papers before 1995 or to locate hard copies. Type the words "BEBR Faculty Working Paper" and select "Start of Title" in the Search By: box.
Papers Invited is a searchable database of calls for papers, posters and publications from professional bodies, universities, journal editors and other conference organizers. It is particularly rich in announcements of scientific meetings. 'Calls for papers' are classified by specific disciplines found within these broad classifications:
After registering, each user may elect to receive email notifications about events within specified disciplines or according to specific keywords. Other features include a personalized inbox and calendar. An advanced search option may be used to find events based on abstract deadline, event dates, locations, or keywords. The Student's Corner allows students to find conferences or publications that invite their participation as well as student volunteer opportunities.
Registration (free for UIUC affiliates) is required for individual users in order to receive the E-Newsletter informing you of periodic updates or the addition of calls for papers in specific areas of interest to you.
Contains thousands of titles and abstracts of working papers. NBER working papers are also listed in the service and as Illinois has a subscription to NBER, it links directly to the paper.
Directions for signing up:
Now you can sign up for which sections/journals you wish to look at: Entrepreneurship, Legal, Economics, Accounting, Financial Economics, and Management.