Research papers that have been cited more than 2,000 times are rarities, representing a small proportion of overall publications. An exceptionally high citation record is a mark of a researcher’s community-wide influence. It is acknowledgement of their important foundational work, on which they and others are building further research.
*Attributed to Sir Isaac Newton
This small group of highly cited scientists and economists represents a research elite whose influence is comparable to that of past and future Nobel Prize recipients. Our expert analysts have used trusted Web of Science™ citation data to identify Citation Laureates™ since 2002.
The Institute for Scientific Information proudly announces the 2023 additions to our Hall of Citation Laureates – researchers whose work is deemed to be of Nobel stature, as attested by markedly high citation tallies recorded in the Web of Science.