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GROSS DOMESTIC EXPENDITURE ON R&D INDICATORS AND SCIENTIFIC RANKING: DO COUNTRIES THAT BETTER SPEND ON RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT HAVE BETTER SCIENTIFIC RANKINGS?

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 Start Page 177 | End Page 191

Abstract

 Purpose: This research aims to analyze the relationships between budgets allocated to research and development by countries and scientific ranks of them.Methodology: SCIENTOMETRICS approach used for the fulfillment of the research. 37 countries that have more than 100 H-Index in 1996 until 2010 in SciMago, had selected for the study. These countries were studied in 3 difference clusters. The data gathered from WoS, SciMago, UNESCO, OECD and World Bank databases. The research questions had responded through Pierson Correlation Test.Findings: findings show that there is positive correlation between two batches of GROSS DOMESTIC expenditure on R&D indicators and SCIENTIFIC RANKING INDICATORS. Thus, we can expect an increase in the R&D indicators by applying increase in the budgets allocated to R&D.Originality/Value: Value of this research is about illumination and verification of the effects of GROSS DOMESTIC expenditure on scientific rankings of countries.

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