New CWTS blog
by SARAH DE RIJCKE 4 NOV 2015
Dear readers, It is with great pleasure that we announce a new platform for blog posts emanating from our institute: the CWTS blog. How important is the number of citations to my scientific work really? How is evaluation influencing knowledge productio…
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The Facebook-ization of academic reputation?
by SARAH DE RIJCKE 28 OCT 2015
Guest blog post by Alex Rushforth The Facebook-ization of academic reputation? ResearchGate, Academia.edu and Everyday neoliberalism How do we explain the endurance of neoliberal modes of government following the 2008 financial crisis, which could sure…
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The Facebook-ization of academic reputation?
by SARAH DE RIJCKE 28 OCT 2015
Guest blog post by Alex Rushforth The Facebook-ization of academic reputation? ResearchGate, Academia.edu and Everyday neoliberalism How do we explain the endurance of neoliberal modes of government following the 2008 financial crisis, which could sure…
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CWTS in new European consortium
by SARAH DE RIJCKE 16 OCT 2015
Good news came our way yesterday! CWTS will be partner in a new project funded by the Swedisch Riksbankens Jubileumsfond: Knowledge in science and policy. Creating an evidence base for converging modes of governance in policy and science (KNOWSCIENCE)….
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CWTS in new European consortium
by SARAH DE RIJCKE 16 OCT 2015
Good news came our way yesterday! CWTS will be partner in a new project funded by the Swedisch Riksbankens Jubileumsfond: Knowledge in science and policy. Creating an evidence base for converging modes of governance in policy and science (KNOWSCIENCE)….
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Indicator-considerations eclipse other judgments on the shop-floor | Keynote Sarah de Rijcke ESA Prague, 26 August 2015
by SARAH DE RIJCKE 29 AUG 2015
This invited lecture at the ESA conference in Prague drew on insights from the Leiden Manifesto and from two recent research projects at our institute in the Evaluation Practices in Context research group. These research projects show how indicator…
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Indicator-considerations eclipse other judgments on the shop-floor | Keynote Sarah de Rijcke ESA Prague, 26 August 2015
by SARAH DE RIJCKE 29 AUG 2015
This invited lecture at the ESA conference in Prague drew on insights from the Leiden Manifesto and from two recent research projects at our institute in the Evaluation Practices in Context research group. These research projects show how indicator…
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Leiden Manifesto for research metrics published in Nature
by SARAH DE RIJCKE 22 APR 2015
We’re happy to announce the publication of ten principles to guide the use of metrics in research evaluation – a collaboration between Diana Hicks (Georgia Tech), Ismael Rafols (Ingenio/SPRU), Paul Wouters, Sarah de Rijcke and Ludo Waltma…
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Leiden Manifesto for research metrics published in Nature
by SARAH DE RIJCKE 22 APR 2015
We’re happy to announce the publication of ten principles to guide the use of metrics in research evaluation – a collaboration between Diana Hicks (Georgia Tech), Ismael Rafols (Ingenio/SPRU), Paul Wouters, Sarah de Rijcke and Ludo Waltma…
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CWTS part of H2020 COST Action to stimulate integrity and responsible research
by SARAH DE RIJCKE 11 MAR 2015
Good news came our way recently! Thed van Leeuwen, Paul Wouters and myself will be part of an EC-funded H2020 COST Action on Promoting Integrity as an Integral Dimension of Excellence in Research (PRINTEGER). Main applicants Hub Zwart and Willem Halff…
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ACUMEN is a European research collaboration aimed at understanding the ways in which researchers are evaluated by their peers and by institutions, and at assessing how the science system can be improved and enhanced. This FP7 project is a cooperation among nine European research institutes with Professor Paul Wouters (CWTS – Leiden University) as principal investigator.
European Commission 7th Framework
Capacities, Science in Society 2010
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