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Machácek, Vít – Research Evaluation, 2023
This study measures the tendency to publish in international scientific journals. For each of nearly 35,000 Scopus-indexed journals, we derive seven globalization indicators based on the composition of authors by country of origin and other characteristics. These are subsequently scaled up to the level of 174 countries and 27 disciplines between…
Descriptors: Authors, Periodicals, Global Approach, Foreign Countries
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Kulikowski, Konrad; Przytula, Sylwia; Sulkowski, Lukasz – Research Evaluation, 2023
In this article, we focused on the nature of the relationship between research evaluation systems that are based on metrics and those that are based on a critical comprehensive judgment of scientific content with researchers' burnout and work engagement. The research was conducted on a sample of 1,191 Polish researchers in the context of a highly…
Descriptors: Researchers, Burnout, Foreign Countries, Evaluation
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Sile, Linda; de Rijcke, Sarah – Research Evaluation, 2023
The increasing use of research metrics in the monitoring and evaluation of research has led to the expansion of research information infrastructure, as indicated by the rising number of national databases for research output and research information systems. At the same time, debates on requirements of national databases for research output are…
Descriptors: Databases, Research, Information Systems, Foreign Countries
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Shaw, Jamie – Research Evaluation, 2023
Despite the surging interest in introducing lottery mechanisms into decision-making procedures for science funding bodies, the discourse on funding-by-lottery remains underdeveloped and, at times, misleading. Funding-by-lottery is sometimes presented as if it were a single mechanism when, in reality, there are many funding-by-lottery mechanisms…
Descriptors: Peer Evaluation, Program Evaluation, Financial Support, Scientific Research
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Kampfmann, Teresa; Bernert, Philip; Lang, Daniel J. – Research Evaluation, 2023
The number of real-world laboratories (RwLs) as research settings to address sustainability problems by using collaborative and experimental approaches has been growing steadily over the past years. RwLs are widely considered promising settings for the production of action-orientated knowledge in order to contribute solving wicked real-world…
Descriptors: Evaluation Methods, Cooperation, Research, Laboratories
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Nedeva, Maria; Tirado, Mayra M.; Thomas, Duncan A. – Research Evaluation, 2023
This article offers a framework for the study of research governance effects on scientific fields framed by notions of research quality and the epistemic, organizational, and career choices they entail. The framework interprets the contested idea of 'quality' as an interplay involving notion origins, quality attributes, and contextual sites. We…
Descriptors: Scientific Research, Governance, Sciences, Research Methodology
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Goldan, Lea; Jaksztat, Steffen; Gross, Christiane – Research Evaluation, 2023
Previous research in different national contexts has shown that individual preferences for certain job attributes, objective labour market conditions, subjective career prospects, and external encouragement shape doctoral graduates' career decisions. For Germany, where the number of awarded doctoral degrees is highest within the European Union and…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, College Graduates, Career Choice, Foreign Countries
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Lewandowska, Kamila; Kulczycki, Emanuel; Ochsner, Michael – Research Evaluation, 2023
This article provides a comprehensive analysis of the evaluation of the arts within performance-based research funding systems (PRFSs). Previous literature on PRFSs has overlooked the arts and focussed primarily on outputs in relation to the sciences and humanities. We develop a typology of how artistic outputs are evaluated within 10 countries'…
Descriptors: Performance Based Assessment, Art, Art Products, Evaluation Methods
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Feenstra, Ramón A.; Delgado López-Cózar, Emilio – Research Evaluation, 2023
The use of bibliometric indicators in research evaluation has a series of complex impacts on academic inquiry. These systems have gradually spread into a wide range of locations and disciplines, including the humanities. The aim of this study is to examine their effects as perceived by philosophy and ethics researchers in Spain, a country where…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Bibliometrics, Philosophy, Ethics
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Santos, João M. – Research Evaluation, 2023
Securing research funding is essential for all researchers. The standard evaluation method for competitive grants is through evaluation by a panel of experts. However, the literature notes that peer review has inherent flaws and is subject to biases, which can arise from differing interpretations of the criteria, the impossibility for a group of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Research, Financial Support, Peer Evaluation
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Zhao, Teng-Yu; Pei, Ruimin; Yang, Guo-Liang – Research Evaluation, 2023
The ex-post assessment of institutional performance has been applied to allocate scientific and technological (S&T) resource to universities and public research institutes. However, over-emphasis on particular types of performance could lead to unintended results and harm the science system. This research assesses the performance of these…
Descriptors: Resource Allocation, Research Universities, Sciences, Technology
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Abramo, Giovanni; D'Angelo, Ciriaco Andrea – Research Evaluation, 2023
The study of national research assessment exercises serves to evaluate the effectiveness of policies versus their objectives and to improve the formulation of future initiatives. The aim of the current study is to verify whether the introduction of the first performance-based research funding in Italy, based on the 2004-10 VQR assessment, achieved…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Performance Based Assessment, International Cooperation, Researchers
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Zacharewicz, Thomas; Pulido Pavón, Noemi; Palma Martos, Luis Antonio; Lepori, Benedetto – Research Evaluation, 2023
Over the last decades, most EU countries have profoundly reshaped their public research funding systems by shifting from traditional institutional block-funding towards more project-based mechanisms. The main rationale underlying this evolution builds on the assumption that project funding would foster research performance through the introduction…
Descriptors: Financial Support, Research Administration, Resource Allocation, Competition
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Llanos-Paredes, Pedro – Research Evaluation, 2023
This study examines the impact of the Fraunhofer Society, Europe's largest network of applied research institutes, on patent applications. A difference-in-differences strategy was employed exploiting the establishment of five new Fraunhofer centres in the 2000s. The panel includes 65,963 European applicants (both firms and independent inventors)…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Research, Intellectual Property, Research and Development Centers
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Woolley, Richard; Molas-Gallart, Jordi – Research Evaluation, 2023
Impact assessment research has developed theory-based approaches to trace the societal impact of scientific research. Impact assessment typically starts from the perspective of a research investment, organization, or project. Research users, non-academic actors involved in knowledge production, translation, and application, are well represented in…
Descriptors: Evaluation Research, Scientific Research, Research Utilization, Users (Information)
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