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Statistics and Analysis of the Results of the First-Class Think Tanks in the United States

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1106005, PP. 1-14

Subject Areas: Education, Sociology

Keywords: Think Tank, Think Tank Results, Think Tanks in the United States, SciVal

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This article conducts quantitative analysis and research on the results of the first-class think tanks in the United States, and aims to provide reference for China’s developing first-rate think tanks and provide suggestions for future development routes. This article uses Elsevier’s Scopus database and SciVal analysis platform to quantitatively analyze the research results of 5 first-class think tanks in the United States in the past 10 years, using indicators such as h index, normalized impact factor, and high cited literature ratio to make a horizontal comparison of the development trends of the institutions, and further summarize and analyze on this basis. Through the analysis and research of the results of the five first-class think tanks in the United States, it provides a quantitative and in-depth important reference for China to build a world-class think tank.

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Liu, J. , Li, J. and Qin, J. (2020). Statistics and Analysis of the Results of the First-Class Think Tanks in the United States. Open Access Library Journal, 7, e6005. doi:


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