1. carbeam1's picture   Carlos Benito Amat Doctor en Medicina
    +34 963 877 007 ext: 78497

He began his career in Medicine (MD, Valencia) and oriented his profile to Information Science activities in the biomedical field (Instituto López Piñero, Valencia) with special emphasis in bibliometrics.
As an information specialist he also worked in the Food Science and Technology field (IATA, Valencia) and in 2008 joined INGENIO, a research institute focused in innovation and science policy studies.
As many other bibliometricians he does not do bibliometrics; rather, he use bibliometric and informetric tools to ascertain some aspects of science communication and scientific output of research groups, with especial interest in the translation of their results into societal outcomes.

2018

  1. Nicolas Robinson-Garcia, Carlos B. Amat
    Revista Española de Documentación Científica,
    Vol: 41 - pags 1 - 12
  2. Carolina Cañibano, Immaculada Vilardell, Carmen Corona, Carlos Benito-Amat
    Science and Public Policy,
    Vol: 45 - pags 775 - 789

2015

  1. Carlos Benito Amat
    Revista Española de Documentación Científica,
    Vol: 38 - pags 1 - 6

2014

  1. Carlos Benito Amat
    Redes,
    Vol: 25 - pags 201 - 209

2011

  1. Amat,C.B.;Yegros-Yegros,A.
    Anuario ThinkEPI Análisis de tendencias en información y documentación,
    Vol: 2011 - pags 223 - 229

2010

  1. Meijer,I.;Mattson,P.;Nooijen,A.;Boekholt,P.;Molas-Gallart,J.;Amat,C.B.
    Technopolis Group

2003

  1. Luis M Corbalán; Carlos B Amat
    Universitat de Valencia

1989

  1. CB Amat; M Cebrián Carot
    Universitat de Valencia
  1.   Indicadores de Participación Ciudadana desde una perspectiva de responsabilidad en la ciencia y la innovación: el caso español
    2019-02
    Mónica García-Melón, Hannia González-Urango
  2.   Fiction Lagging Behind Or Non-Fiction Defending The Indefensible? University-Industry (et al.) Interaction In Science Fiction
    2019-01
    Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro, Laura González-Salmerón, Pedro Marques
  3.   Indicadores de género desde una perspectiva de responsabilidad social en la ciencia y la innovación: el caso español.
    2018-03
    Paula Otero-Hermida
  4.   Innovation from science: the role of network content and legitimacy ties
    2018-02
    Pablo D’Este, Óscar Llopis, Maureen Mc Kelvey, Alfredo Yegros
  5.   Connections matter: the influence of network sparseness, network diversity and a tertius iungens orientation on innovation
    2018-01
    Óscar Llopis, Pablo D’Este, Adrián A. Díaz-Faes
  6.   Research & Innovation in Spain 2016
    2017-02
    Ana Fernández-Zubieta, Irene Ramos-Vielba
  7.   From brawn to brains: manufacturing-KIBS interdependency
    2017-01
    Dioni Elche, Davide Consoli, Mabel Sánchez-Barrioluengo
  8.   A Functional Review of Literature on Research Careers
    2016-05
    Richard Woolley, Carolina Cañibano, Jakob Tesch
  9.   Exploring connections between social innovation, grassroots processes and human development: an analysis of alternative food networks in the city of Valencia (Spain)
    2016-04
    Victoria Pellicer Sifres, Sergio Belda Miquel, Aurora López Fogués, Alejandra Boni Aristizábal
  10.   Challenging traditional logics of energy planning: a Capability Approach analysis of a Grassroots Innovation in the Ecuadorian Amazon
    2016-03
    María Ten Palomares
  11.   Regional Human Capital and University Orientation: A case study on Spain
    2016-01
    Mabel Sánchez-Barrioluengo, Davide Consoli
  12.   ‘Shaken, but not stirred’: six decades defining social innovation
    2015-04
    Mónica Edwards-Schachter, Matthew L. Wallace
  13.   Who do you care about? Scientists’ personality traits and perceived beneficiary impact
    2015-03
    Óscar Llopis, Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro
  14.   The impact of one of the most highly cited university patents: formalisation and localization
    2015-02
    Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro, David Barberá-Tomás, Mónica Edwards-Schachter
  15.   A Taxonomy of Multi-Industry Labour Force Skills
    2015-01
    Davide Consoli, Francesco Rentocchini
  16.   Agglomerations and firm performance: how does it work, who benefits and how much?
    2014-11
    Jose-Luis Hervas-Oliver, Francisca Sempere-Ripoll
  17.   Resolving tensions of research utilization: The value of a usability-based approach
    2014-10
    Paul Benneworth, Julia Olmos-Peñuela
  18.   Clusters and industrial districts: where is the literature going? Identifying emerging sub-fields of research
    2014-09
    Jose Luis Hervas Oliver, Gregorio Gonzalez and Pedro Caja
  19.   Explaining researchers’ readiness to incorporate external stimuli in their research agendas
    2014-08
    Julia Olmos Peñuela, Paul Benneworth, Elena Castro-Martínez
  20.   Acceso al conocimiento público universitario en España: patrones geográficos - Access to universities’ public knowledge in Spain: geographical patterns
    2014-07
    Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro
  21.   Examiner amendments to applications to the european patent office: Procedures, knowledge bases and country specificities
    2014-06
    Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro and Elena M. Tur
  22.   Access to universities’ public knowledge: Who’s more regionalist?
    2014-05
    Manuel Acosta, Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro, Daniel Coronado
  23.   SMEs and Barriers to Eco-Innovation in EU: A Diverse Palette of Greens
    2014-04
    Giovanni Marin, Alberto Marzucchi, Roberto Zoboli
  24.   Towards an alternative framework for the evaluation of translational research initiatives
    2014-03
    Jordi Molas-Gallart, Pablo D’Este, Óscar Llopis and Ismael Rafols
  25.   Connections Matter: How Personal Network Structure Influences Biomedical Scientists’ Engagement in Medical Innovation
    2014-02
    Oscar Llopis, Pablo D’Este
  26.   An analysis of the knowledge base of Scientific Research & Development Business Services
    2014-01
    Davide Consoli, Dioni Elche
  27.   That was then, this is now: Skills and Routinization in the 2000s
    2013-06
    Davide Consoli, Francesco Vona, Francesco Rentocchini
  28.   Modes d'intercanvi en el món acadèmic de la nano-tecnologia: una aproximació a la jerarquia en l’adquisició de recursos per mitjà de relacions socials
    2013-05
    Africa Villanueva-Felez, Rodrigo Martínez-Novo, Richard Woolley
  29.   Knowledge Flows and Public-Private Cooperation across National Contexts
    2013-04
    Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro, Davide Consoli
  30.   Conducting pro-social research: cognitive diversity, research excellence and awareness about the social impact of research
    2013-03
    Pablo D’Este, Oscar Llopis, Alfredo Yegros

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