Two AIT papers among Google Scholar’s “Classic Papers”

Google Scholar has designated two research papers authored by AIT experts as “Classic Papers.” Announced in June 2017, Google Scholar describes “Classic Papers” as a collection of highly-cited papers that have stood the test of time in their respective area of research.

A paper authored by Naresh Acharya, Pukar Mahat, N. Mithulananthan of Energy Field of Study has been identified as a “Classic Paper” in the field of Power Engineering. The paper, which was published in the Journal Electric Power and Energy Systems has been downloaded 707 times so far.

The second paper, “The impact of total quality management on innovation: Findings from a developing country,” which is coauthored by Dinh Thai Hoang and Barbara Igel of AIT’s School of Management, and Tritos Laosirihongthong of Thammasat University, has been classified as a classic paper in the field of “Quality and Reliability.” Published in International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management, the article has been downloaded 258 times.

Classic Papers is a new initiative of Google Scholar, and the first iteration consists of articles that were published in 2006, and it is based on Google’s index as of May 2017.

Links

Power Engineering
https://scholar.google.com/citations?view_op=list_classic_articles&hl=en&by=2006&vq=eng_powerengineering

Quality and Reliability
https://scholar.google.com/citations?view_op=list_classic_articles&hl=en&by=2006&vq=eng_qualityreliability

Google Classic Papers:
https://scholar.googleblog.com/2017/06/classic-papers-articles-that-have-stood.html