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Blundo-Canto, Genowefa; Triomphe, Bernard; Faure, Guy; Barret, Danielle; de Romemont, Aurelle; Hainzelin, Etienne – Research Evaluation, 2019
Most agricultural research organizations strive to address societal challenges and contribute to positive societal impacts. Fulfilling this ambition involves embedding a culture of impact in organizational culture, which, in our view, entails three main elements: understanding the role of the research community in contributing to impacts over the…
Descriptors: Agriculture, Research Projects, Capacity Building, Research Design
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Boshoff, Nelius; Sefatsa, Mpho – Research Evaluation, 2019
This study applied the 'productive interactions' approach of research impact assessment to the case of maritime piracy research in South Africa. The focus was on the stakeholder interactions associated with the doctoral work and related activities of an individual researcher. A set of documents--provided by the researcher as evidence of potential…
Descriptors: Research, Interaction, Foreign Countries, Crime
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Lam, Steven; Dodd, Warren; Whynot, Jane; Skinner, Kelly – Research Evaluation, 2019
Gender equity is an increasingly discussed priority and cross-cutting theme within international development evaluation. However, it is unclear whether advances being made in evaluating the outcomes in this area are reflected in the scholarly literature. In this context, a fundamental question is: How is gender being addressed in international…
Descriptors: Gender Issues, Sex Fairness, Evaluation Methods, International Programs
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Weißhuhn, Peter; Helming, Katharina; Ferretti, Johanna – Research Evaluation, 2018
Research has a role to play in society's endeavour for sustainable development. This is particularly true for agricultural research, since agriculture is at the nexus between numerous sustainable development goals. Yet, generally accepted methods for linking research outcomes to sustainability impacts are missing. We conducted a review of…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Sustainable Development, Research Utilization, Literature Reviews
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Dorta-González, Pablo; Santana-Jiménez, Yolanda – Research Evaluation, 2018
The potential benefit of open access (OA) in relation to citation impact has been discussed in the literature in depth. The methodology used to test the OA citation advantage includes comparing OA vs. non-OA journal impact factors and citations of OA vs. non-OA articles published in the same non-OA journals. However, one problem with many studies…
Descriptors: Databases, Access to Information, Incidence, Citations (References)
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Budd, Julia M. – Research Evaluation, 2018
Evaluating cross-disciplinary collaboration has generally been undertaken using disciplinary standards. However, this practice is increasingly being found to be inadequate due to the often contradictory nature of the methods used. It has been suggested that methods that consider the unique integrative nature of these studies be employed. This…
Descriptors: Evaluation Methods, Interdisciplinary Approach, Cooperation, Foreign Countries
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Riley, Barbara L.; Kernoghan, Alison; Stockton, Lisa; Montague, Steve; Yessis, Jennifer; Willis, Cameron D. – Research Evaluation, 2018
Assessing societal impacts of research is more difficult than assessing advances in knowledge. Methods to evaluate research impact on policy processes and outcomes are especially underdeveloped, and are needed to optimize the influence of research on policy for addressing complex issues such as chronic diseases. Contribution analysis (CA), a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Evaluation Methods, Public Health, Research and Development Centers
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Payumo, Jane G.; Lan, George; Arasu, Prema – Research Evaluation, 2018
This study offers a unique lens on the patterns, productivity, and impact of researcher mobility at a US research-intensive university. Bibliometric data for Washington State University (WSU) was extracted from Elsevier's Scopus database and analyzed for the 10-year period from 2002 to 2012. We grouped researchers into four categories based on…
Descriptors: Research Universities, Occupational Mobility, Researchers, Productivity
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Waaijer, Cathelijn J. F. – Research Evaluation, 2018
Human capital is indispensable for regional innovation and economic growth, and PhD graduates (PhDs) play an important role in these processes. This is the first study describing the geographic origin and current work location of PhDs from Dutch universities, which are located in a densely populated area with a high concentration of basic science…
Descriptors: Doctoral Programs, Foreign Countries, Human Capital, Geographic Regions
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Hilário, Carla Mara; Martínez-Ávila, Daniel; Grácio, Maria Cláudia Cabrini; Wolfram, Dietmar – Research Evaluation, 2018
This article aims to contribute to the discussion on authorship in contemporary science from Foucauldian and Kuhnian perspectives, highlighting the social aspects of science and the role of authorship in scientific revolutions. Thus, it describes the functions of the 'author' discussed by Foucault that can assist to reveal the characteristics of…
Descriptors: Authors, Sciences, Science and Society, Theories
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Williams, Kate; Grant, Jonathan – Research Evaluation, 2018
This article offers a systematic review of the evolution of research impact assessment in Australia and the UK. We consider its inception and detail the development of relevant policy and procedures in each country. The article sets out the results of a comparative analysis of public policy documents, newspaper commentary, and academic literature…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Comparative Analysis, Research Utilization, Outcome Measures
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Hellström, Tomas; Jabrane, Leila; Brattström, Erik – Research Evaluation, 2018
This study investigates the relationship between resource concentration/stability and new results/breakthroughs in the context of a Swedish Center of Excellence (CoE) scheme. A common assumption in using the CoE instrument is that there is a scale return to research on concentration of funds. However, the details of how funding connects to such…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Financial Support, Research, Qualitative Research
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Hansson, Stina; Polk, Merritt – Research Evaluation, 2018
There is a call for more transdisciplinary (TD) research, from academia, society, and funding agencies. Consequently, the field of TD research is searching for ways of proving the value and providing evidence to support the effectiveness of such research. The main challenge for evaluating TD research is attribution, that is how to link societal…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Research, Outcome Measures, Research Utilization
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Temple, Ludovic; Barret, Danielle; Blundo Canto, Genowefa; Dabat, Marie-Hélène; Devaux-Spatarakis, Agathe; Faure, Guy; Hainzelin, Etienne; Mathé, Syndhia; Toillier, Aurelie; Triomphe, Bernard – Research Evaluation, 2018
Over the past decade, renewed societal demands on public research have been structured by various generic issues, while others are specific to the context of developing countries. In the first part of this article, after reviewing those issues, we examine how they reshape the analytical frameworks that structure the understanding of causal…
Descriptors: Agriculture, Research, Research Utilization, Outcome Measures
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Thorpe, Andy; Craig, Russell; Hadikin, Glenn; Batistic, Sasa – Research Evaluation, 2018
This article applies "DICTION" computer-assisted text analysis software to evaluate the tone of research 'Environment' submissions by Business and Management Studies schools in the UK's 2014 Research Evaluation Framework. We find that submissions contain distinctive differences in semantic tone between high-ranked and low-ranked…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Semantics, Business Schools, Differences
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