Our Global Research Reports draw on our unique industry insights to offer analysis, ideas and commentary to enlighten and stimulate debate.
Research Integrity: Understanding our shared responsibility for a sustainable scholarly ecosystem
In this new report from the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI)™, learn about the different types of behavior beyond “fabrication, falsification and plagiarism” (FFP) that undermine research integrity across the system, where these practices typically occur in the research lifecycle, and what you can do to combat them.
Identifying Research Fronts in the Web of Science: From Metrics to Meaning
In this report, we explore how you can easily track emerging research areas to help shape your institution’s strategic direction. Stay ahead of the curve by using Research Front data derived from the Web of Science™ to inform and improve your research assessment.
This report reviews how researchers, analysts and research organisations use Web of Science™ data, drawing on the content of the database to show how often and in what ways the data underpins the global research base.
This Global Research Report explores the untapped potential of the research base in South and East Asia. The report examines the research output of 14 countries, their levels of international collaboration, and research Impact Profiles.
Navigating the Structure of Research on Sustainable Development Goals
Navigating the Structure of Research on Sustainable Development Goals reveals how global research and discovery is evolving to address poverty, reduce inequality and deal with the effects of climate change via the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Plan S Footprint: Implications for the Scholarly Publishing Landscape, examines recent patterns of publications funded by Plan S supporters, exploring potential impacts on funders, subjects, countries, publishers, and journals.