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Faure, Guy; Blundo-Canto, Genowefa; Devaux-Spatarakis, Agathe; Le Guerroué, Jean Louis; Mathé, Syndhia; Temple, Ludovic; Toillier, Aurélie; Triomphe, Bernard; Hainzelin, Etienne – Research Evaluation, 2020
Over the last decade, societal pressure has increased on public research agencies to provide evidence that their research contributes to achieve development goals. To address this challenge, the French Agricultural Research Center for International Development (Cirad), developed an ex-post impact assessment method based on the impact pathway…
Descriptors: Social Change, Developing Nations, Agriculture, Research Projects
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Chi, Pei-Shan – Research Evaluation, 2020
The usage data provided by Web of Science Core Collection (WoS) implies the scholarly interest of researchers through full text accesses and record saves on the platform. The WoS usage count has been studied for journal papers alongside citations at different levels of journal, country, and field. To extend the results of the previous studies,…
Descriptors: Correlation, Web Sites, Citations (References), Books
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Rodríguez-Navarro, Alonso; Brito, Ricardo – Research Evaluation, 2020
The use of bibliometric indicators would simplify research assessments. The 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) is a peer review assessment of UK universities, whose results can be taken as benchmarks for bibliometric indicators. In this study, we use the REF results to investigate whether the e[subscript p] index and a top percentile of most…
Descriptors: Bibliometrics, Peer Evaluation, Foreign Countries, Universities
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Mitchell, Jessica; Testa, Giuseppina; Sanchez Martinez, Miguel; Cunningham, Paul N.; Szkuta, Katarzyna – Research Evaluation, 2020
This article investigates the impact of tax incentives targeting young innovative firms and broader R&D tax incentives where effects on young firms are observed. It examines effects on R&D additionality, R&D wages, employment growth, turnover growth, and sales growth from innovative activities. It draws on academic literature and…
Descriptors: Tax Credits, Research and Development, Financial Policy, Foreign Countries
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Bedessem, Baptiste – Research Evaluation, 2020
The way research is, and should be, funded by the public sphere is the subject of renewed interest for sociology, economics, management sciences, and more recently, for the philosophy of science. In this contribution, I propose a qualitative, epistemological criticism of the funding by lottery model, which is advocated by a growing number of…
Descriptors: Financial Support, Peer Evaluation, Epistemology, Scientific Research
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Kassab, Omar; Mutz, Rüdiger; Daniel, Hans-Dieter – Research Evaluation, 2020
With the growing complexity of societal and scientific problems, research centers have emerged to facilitate the conduct of research beyond disciplinary and institutional boundaries. While they have become firmly established in the global university landscape, research centers raise some critical questions for research evaluation. Existing…
Descriptors: Statistical Analysis, Research and Development Centers, Evaluation Methods, Quasiexperimental Design
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Ibrahim, Bahaa – Research Evaluation, 2020
Egyptians generally pay attention to the State Awards as the most prestigious awards that Egyptian researchers can receive, including the Nile Award, the State Appreciation Award, the State Award of Excellence, and the State Encouragement Award. The current study is an attempt to investigate the role of national awards in the scientific research…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Awards, Researchers, Scientific Research
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Williams, Kate – Research Evaluation, 2020
How research is assessed affects what types of knowledge are valued, incentivized, and rewarded. An increasingly important element of contemporary research evaluation is the measurement of the wider impact of research (e.g. benefit to society, culture or economy). Although the measurement of impact has been highly contested, the area is…
Descriptors: Research, Evaluation, Research Utilization, Power Structure
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Biegelbauer, Peter; Palfinger, Thomas; Mayer, Sabine – Research Evaluation, 2020
Innovation agencies, that is organizations with the primary focus of funding applied research and technological development, evaluate project proposals to select the most promising proposals for funding. At the moment, there is only little verified knowledge available on project evaluation and selection processes of innovation agencies. We want to…
Descriptors: Innovation, Program Proposals, Selection Criteria, Evaluators
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Bone, Frédérique; Hopkins, Michael M.; Ràfols, Ismael; Molas-Gallart, Jordi; Tang, Puay; Davey, Gail; Carr, Antony M. – Research Evaluation, 2020
Growth in collaborative research raises difficulties for those tasked with research evaluation, particularly in situations where outcomes are slow to emerge. This article presents the 'Diversity Approach to Research Evaluation' (DARE) as a novel way to assess how researchers engaged in knowledge creation and application work together as teams.…
Descriptors: Diversity, Research Projects, Cooperation, Evaluation Methods
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Nicholas, David; Herman, Eti; Jamali, Hamid R.; Abrizah, Abdullah; Boukacem-Zeghmouri, Cherifa; Xu, Jie; Rodríguez-Bravo, Blanca; Watkinson, Anthony; Polezhaeva, Tatiana; Swigon, Marzena – Research Evaluation, 2020
The study investigates the attitudes and practices of early career researchers (ECRs) in regard to citation-based metrics and altmetrics, providing the findings in the light of what might be expected of the millennial generation and in the context of what we already know about researchers in today's 'culture of counting' governed scholarly world.…
Descriptors: Researchers, Novices, Citation Analysis, Bibliometrics
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Thomas, Duncan A.; Nedeva, Maria; Tirado, Mayra M.; Jacob, Merle – Research Evaluation, 2020
The current range and volume of research evaluation-related literature is extensive and incorporates scholarly and policy/practice-related perspectives. This reflects academic and practical interest over many decades and trails the changing funding and reputational modalities for universities, namely increased selectivity applied to institutional…
Descriptors: Institutional Evaluation, Evaluation Research, Universities, Performance Based Assessment
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Pinar, Mehmet; Unlu, Emre – Research Evaluation, 2020
One of the assessed research elements in the UK's Research Excellence Framework (REF) exercise in 2014 was the research environment. The quality of the research environment was assessed by expert peer reviewers who were given a set of quantitative factors to support their decision making. However, there is no systematic procedure to integrate this…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Educational Research, Educational Quality
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Netz, Nicolai; Hampel, Svenja; Aman, Valeria – Research Evaluation, 2020
The internationalization and specialization of science confront scientists with opportunities and sometimes even a need to become internationally mobile during their careers. Against this background, we systematically reviewed empirical studies on the effects that mobility across national borders has on the careers of scientists. Using several…
Descriptors: Scientists, Career Development, Occupational Mobility, Overseas Employment
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Vanecek, Jiri; Pecha, Ondrej – Research Evaluation, 2020
This article compares the growth rates of Web of Science indexed research publications in 11 European countries from 2000 to 2015. The growth of publication output in the Czech Republic was very fast: the annual production increased more than threefold. However, the number of articles increased only 2.6-fold, whereas the number of proceedings…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Conferences (Gatherings), Conference Papers, Productivity
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