Category Archives: Citation analysis

Another Way to Slice the Data: Performance by Rank

To control for departments with more senior faculty that have higher citation rates, I used the median number of citations for ranking purposes (see 2015 rankings).  As might be expected, there is significant skewness in the data, attributable to a … Continue reading

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2015 Urban Planning Citation Analysis

The following is a summary of the 2015 citation analysis results for Urban Planning faculty in North America (mostly U.S.). The lists of urban planning departments and faculty were based on the 20th Edition (2014-2015 academic year) Association of Collegiate … Continue reading

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Scholarly Citation Differences Between Male and Female Faculty in U.S. Planning Schools

Among urban planning faculty in the U.S, who is cited more – men or women? My previous analyses compared schools, years of service, and academic rank (see 2014 Urban Planning Citation Analysis), and I thought it would be interesting to … Continue reading

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Faculty Scholarly Productivity and Reputation in Planning: A Preliminary Citation Analysis

The following is a preliminary analysis of planning faculty listed in the Guide to Undergraduate and Graduate Education in Urban and Regional Planning (17th edition, dated 2011) published by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning. I queried Google Scholar … Continue reading

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