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Research Impact for Law - a self help guide for academics

A guide to measuring your own research impact with a focus on Law resources

Example statement

Widely cited and reviewed, winner of the The International Law Book Award (2015), this book takes a fresh approach to international law and development. WorldCat, a global catalogue, shows 120 international and 35 across Australia library print holdings.

Books, Book chapters and Book reviews

Systematically enter a title search for each of your publication titles into the following databases to retrieve citations. Always search full text. Where necessary search instructions have been listed.

Books and Book chapters:

 

Book reviews:
Book reviews are not included in citation counts but can support a narrative of research engagement.

  • Publishers Websites - Conduct a title search on the publishers website

 

Library book holdings:
Determine how many copies of your book are available in Libraries across Australia and worldwide.