Skip to Main Content
USC logo

Research Metrics

Snowball Metrics

Snowball metrics This is a Snowball Metric. Learn more about Snowball Metrics.

Academic-Corporate Collaboration and Impact

Academic-Corporate Collaboration indicates the number and percentage of outputs that have been co-authored by researchers from both academic and corporate affiliations.

The type of collaborating institution is based on the organisation type that is assigned by Scopus. 

Academic-Corporate Collaboration metrics are useful to investigate the collaboration between the academic and corporate sectors and to benchmark cross-sector collaboration between researchers of similar fields and disciplines.

Academic-Corporate Collaboration Impact indicates the citation impact of publications with or without academic and corporate affiliations.

Academic-Corporate Collaboration Impact metrics are useful for benchmarking the average influence of publications with or without academic-corporate collaboration and to compare the collaborative citation impact of researchers in similar fields or disciplines. It can also demonstrate benefits from establishing and maintaining academic-corporate collaborations.

The most common tool for calculating Academic-Corporate Impact is...

  • SciVal

Academic-Corporate Collaboration in SciVal

Connect to SciVal (if you haven't already, you will need to set up an account with an email and password).

  1. Click on the Overview module
  2. Click on either Institutions and Groups or Researchers and Groups 
  3. Select the institution, group or researcher you wish to search
  4. Select the date range and/or subject area
    Date and subject in SciVal
  5. Click on the Collaboration tab
© University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia | ABN 28 441 859 157 | CRICOS Provider No. 01595D