Liber Quarterly Journal: A Bibliometric Study
This paper quantitatively analyzed the articles published in the journal ‘Liber Quarterly’. The study tries to measure authorship pattern, geographical distribution of papers, and degree of collaboration in the articles .The paper also analyze the citations appended to the articles. The major findings of the study is that majority of the papers contributed in the journal are single authored. Degree of collaboration is found to be 0.28 and the geographical distributions reveal that the contribution by United Kingdom is the highest. The average citation per paper is 12.
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