I recently posted that I have updated my CV and my bibliography.
Here are some bacis stats from the bibliography as far as 2011 is concerned:
* Counting as I do in the bibliography, I published 6 academic publications last years (vs. 12 in 2010, and 7 in 2009)
* I have come across 6 references to my work in 2011 (vs. 9 in publications from 2010, and 3 in publications from 2009)
Apparently I have become less productive. But alas, the publications of 2011 included my doctoral thesis. Here's an overview of how many pages I have published year by year (Tønnessen 2011f, appearing online only, is here estimated to 15 academic pages) - accumulated academic production in parenthesis:
- 2001: 9 pages
- 2003: 19 pages (28)
- 2005: 2 pages (30)
- 2008: 12 pages (42)
- 2009: 77 pages (119)
- 2010: 103 pages (222) + 242 pages edited
- 2011: 313 pages (535)
As we see, measured by number of pages I published more in 2011 then 2001-2010 combined. This includes approximately 130 pages of reprinted articles/chapters in my doctoral dissertation. But even excluding these I published about 180 pages in 2011 - of fresh material, and this is more than in any previous year. Including edited material I have by now been involved (either as author or as co-editor) in the publication of 7-800 pages of academic texts.
Altogether I have as of date listed 28 references to my academic work, 15 of which from the last two years.