So as we know, H index is actually pretty subject-dependent, which means that we cannot compare the index across different subjects.
Then, in the field of strategic management, how high should it be for a scholar to be considered little-known/somewhat recognized/well-known/prestigious?
I can point out several scholars in the field who might very well be considered to be prestigious:
Michael E. Porter, h-Index: 180
David J. Teece, h-Index: 106
Jay Barney, h-Index: 87
But what about those whose h-Index is 70? 56? 40? 30?
Might I know from you guys if there's a general understanding regarding the use of h-Index in the field?
Thanks for time and attention!
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