(The TQCC of Minerva is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Triple Helix or Quadruple Helix: Which Model of Innovation to Choose for Empirical Studies?37
Censorship and Suppression of Covid-19 Heterodoxy: Tactics and Counter-Tactics24
Bibliometrics in Academic Recruitment: A Screening Tool Rather than a Game Changer21
The Impacts of Incentives for International Publications on Research Cultures in Chinese Humanities and Social Sciences21
China’s Research Evaluation Reform: What are the Consequences for Global Science?15
Navigating Uncertainty: Early Career Academics and Practices of Appraisal Devices15
Institutional Logics in the Global Higher Education Landscape: Differences in Organizational Characteristics by Sector and Founding Era13
World-Rank and/or Locally Relevant? Organizational Identity in the Mission Statements of Higher Education Organizations in Israel, 2008–201812
On the Social Shaping of Quantum Technologies: An Analysis of Emerging Expectations Through Grant Proposals from 2002–202012
Retraction Stigma and its Communication via Retraction Notices11
Re-invent Yourself! How Demands for Innovativeness Reshape Epistemic Practices10
Academic Inbreeding: Academic Oligarchy, Effects, and Barriers to Change10
Barriers to University Spin-Off Creation in an Emerging Context: An Institutional Theory of Organizations Approach10
Internally Incentivized Interdisciplinarity: Organizational Restructuring of Research and Emerging Tensions8
Sticky Policies, Dysfunctional Systems: Path Dependency and the Problems of Government Funding for Science in the United States8
Illiberal Reactions to Higher Education7
Performing Expertise in Building Regulation: ‘Codespeak’ and Fire Safety Experts7
Citizen Science in Deliberative Systems: Participation, Epistemic Injustice, and Civic Empowerment7
Boundaries Crossed and Boundaries Made: The Productive Tension Between Learning and Influence in Transformative Networks6
The Science Policy Script, Revised6
Revisiting the Global Knowledge Economy: The Worldwide Expansion of Research and Development Personnel, 1980–20156
Private Issues in Public Spaces: Regimes of Engagement at a Citizen Conference6
Social Innovation: A Retrospective Perspective6
The Societal Territory of Academic Disciplines: How Disciplines Matter to Society6
The Challenge of Quantification: An Interdisciplinary Reading5
Clinician-Scientists in-and-between Research and Practice: How Social Identity Shapes Brokerage5
Competing for Academic Labor: Research and Recruitment Outside the Academic Center5
Metascience as a Scientific Social Movement5
Beyond the “STEM Pipeline”: Expertise, Careers, and Lifelong Learning5
The Independence of Research—A Review of Disciplinary Perspectives and Outline of Interdisciplinary Prospects5