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Thursday, March 07, 2019



I believe your concern would be largely resolved if they simply use the average number of citations per tenure-track/ tenured faculty (or whatever faculty category for which writing and publishing is expected). When you have more people in a field, you would naturally expect there to be more publications in that field. The total number of articles in a field over any period of time tells us more about the number of people writing in a field than they do the productivity of faculty (e.g., publications/faculty).

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