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Research impact: an assessment of benchmarking tools and their use among property academics in Australia

By Clive M. J. Warren


The increasing pressure on property academics to published research papers in selected high profile journals and to demonstrate the importance of their research through the level of citation and impact is resulting in a need to continually monitor there output metrics. This paper reports on a survey of Australian property academics to assess the knowledge level and adoption of leading research output measures and online impact tracking tools. The results point to a need for greater understanding of these benchmarking tools

Topics: Australia, Personal branding, Real estate research, Research impact
Publisher: Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
Year: 2013
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