Flavia Di Costa
According to our database1, Flavia Di Costa authored at least 19 papers between 2010 and 2019.
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A gender analysis of top scientists' collaboration behavior: evidence from Italy.
The collaboration behavior of top scientists.
Authorship analysis of specialized vs diversified research output.
J. Informetrics, 2019
The effect of multidisciplinary collaborations on research diversification.
The effects of gender, age and academic rank on research diversification.
Specialization versus diversification in research activities: the extent, intensity and relatedness of field diversification by individual scientists.
Do interdisciplinary research teams deliver higher gains to science?
The effect of a country's name in the title of a publication on its visibility and citability.
Efficiency and effectiveness in the urban public transport sector: A critical review with directions for future research.
European Journal of Operational Research, 2016
A new approach to measure the scientific strengths of territories.
Inefficiency in selecting products for submission to national research assessment exercises.
Variability of research performance across disciplines within universities in non-competitive higher education systems.
Identifying interdisciplinarity through the disciplinary classification of coauthors of scientific publications.
National research assessment exercises: a comparison of peer review and bibliometrics rankings.
Research productivity: Are higher academic ranks more productive than lower ones?
National research assessment exercises: the effects of changing the rules of the game during the game.
A national-scale cross-time analysis of university research performance.
Citations versus journal impact factor as proxy of quality: could the latter ever be preferable?
Testing the trade-off between productivity and quality in research activities.