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Volume 26, issue 3, 2017

Exploring the epistemic impacts of academic performance indicators in the life sciences pp. 157-168 Downloads
Ruth Müller and Sarah de Rijcke
Indicators as judgment devices: An empirical study of citizen bibliometrics in research evaluation pp. 169-180 Downloads
Björn Hammarfelt and Alexander D. Rushforth
Blinding applicants in a first-stage peer-review process of biomedical research grants: An observational study pp. 181-189 Downloads
Maite Solans-Domènech, Imma Guillamón, Aida Ribera, Ignacio Ferreira-González, Carme Carrion, Gaietà Permanyer-Miralda and Joan M. V. Pons
Evaluation for the allocation of university research project funding: Can rules improve the peer review? pp. 190-198 Downloads
Emanuela Reale and Antonio Zinilli
Arts and humanities research, redefining public benefit, and research prioritization in Ireland pp. 199-210 Downloads
Andrew G. Gibson and Ellen Hazelkorn
The relevance of knowledge transfer for universities’ efficiency scores: an empirical approximation on the Spanish public higher education system pp. 211-229 Downloads
Eva M. de la Torre, Tommaso Agasisti and Carmen Perez-Esparrells
Measuring field-normalized impact of papers on specific societal groups: An altmetrics study based on Mendeley Data pp. 230-241 Downloads
Lutz Bornmann and Robin Haunschild
Crossing borders: A citation analysis of connections between Cognitive Science and Educational Research … and the fields in between pp. 242-255 Downloads
Jan Youtie, Gregg E. A. Solomon, Stephen Carley, Seokbeom Kwon and Alan L. Porter
How innovative are editors?: evidence across journals and disciplines pp. 256-268 Downloads
Jessica Petersen

Volume 25, issue 3, 2016

Introduction to the special issue of research evaluation with invited papers of the 19th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators, 3–5 September 2014, Leiden, the Netherlands pp. 233-234 Downloads
Ed Noyons and Paul Wouters
Towards an alternative framework for the evaluation of translational research initiatives pp. 235-243 Downloads
Jordi Molas-Gallart, Pablo D’Este, Oscar Llopis and Ismael Rafols
What happens when national research funding is linked to differentiated publication counts? A comparison of the Australian and Norwegian publication-based funding models pp. 244-256 Downloads
Jesper W. Schneider, Kaare Aagaard and Carter W. Bloch
Determinants of research quality in Italian universities: Evidence from the 2004 to 2010 evaluation exercise pp. 257-263 Downloads
Sergio Benedetto, Tindaro Cicero and Marco Malgarini
Using Google Scholar in research evaluation of humanities and social science programs: A comparison with Web of Science data pp. 264-270 Downloads
Ad A.M. Prins, Rodrigo Costas, Thed N. van Leeuwen and Paul F. Wouters
Humanities and social sciences in the bibliometric spotlight – Research output analysis at the University of Vienna and considerations for increasing visibility pp. 271-278 Downloads
Christian Gumpenberger, Johannes Sorz, Martin Wieland and Juan Gorraiz
How robust is journal rating in Humanities and Social Sciences? Evidence from a large-scale, multi-method exercise pp. 279-291 Downloads
Antonio Ferrara and Andrea Bonaccorsi
The heterogeneous landscape of bibliometric indicators: Evaluating models for allocating resources at Swedish universities pp. 292-305 Downloads
Björn Hammarfelt, Gustaf Nelhans, Pieta Eklund and Fredrik Åström
The Impact Factor as a measuring tool of the prestige of the journals in research assessment in mathematics pp. 306-314 Downloads
Antonia Ferrer-Sapena, Enrique A. Sánchez-Pérez, Fernanda Peset, Luis-Millán González and Rafael Aleixandre-Benavent
The development of SAGE: A tool to evaluate how policymakers’ engage with and use research in health policymaking pp. 315-328 Downloads
Steve R. Makkar, Sue Brennan, Tari Turner, Anna Williamson, Sally Redman and Sally Green
A national survey on small research grants and the scholarly productivity of emergency medicine physicians in Canada pp. 329-338 Downloads
Jennifer D. Artz, Mete Erdogan and Robert S. Green
Tracking the performance of an R&D programme in the biomedical sciences pp. 339-346 Downloads
Nicolas Robinson-Garcia, Alvaro Cabezas-Clavijo and Evaristo Jiménez-Contreras

Volume 25, issue 2, 2016

Unraveling complexities of university-industry research interactions: The analytical power of case studies pp. 119-120 Downloads
Robert J.W. Tijssen and Poh Wong
Determinants of university–industry research collaborations in Taiwan: The case of the National Tsing Hua University pp. 121-135 Downloads
Mei-Chih Hu, Shih-Chang Hung, Hsien-Chen Lo and Yung-Ching Tseng
Do university–industry co-publication outputs correspond with university funding from firms? pp. 136-150 Downloads
Alfredo Yegros-Yegros, Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro, Mayte López-Ferrer and Robert J.W. Tijssen
Torn between Academic Publications and University–Industry Collaboration pp. 151-160 Downloads
Mei Ho, John S. Liu and Max C.-H. Kuan
Evaluation practices and effects of indicator use—a literature review pp. 161-169 Downloads
Sarah de Rijcke, Paul F. Wouters, Alex D. Rushforth, Thomas P. Franssen and Björn Hammarfelt
The bibliometric indicators as predictors of the final decision of the peer review pp. 170-183 Downloads
Elizabeth S. Vieira and José A.N.F. Gomes
Developing internationally engaged scientists and engineers: The effectiveness of an international postdoctoral fellowship program pp. 184-195 Downloads
Alina Martinez, Carter S. Epstein and Amanda Parsad
Innovation capabilities in the private sector: evaluating subsidies for hiring S&T workers in Spain pp. 196-208 Downloads
Catalina Martínez, Laura Cruz-Castro and Luis Sanz-Menéndez
Collaboration with society: The future role of universities? Identifying challenges for evaluation pp. 209-218 Downloads
Matilda Bölling and Yvonne Eriksson
The citation impact of collaboration between top institutions: A temporal analysis pp. 219-229 Downloads
Ali Gazni and Mike Thelwall
All or nothing? Debating the role of evaluative bibliometrics in the research system pp. 230-231 Downloads
Alexander D. Rushforth

Volume 25, issue 1, 2016

Defining and assessing research quality in a transdisciplinary context pp. 1-17 Downloads
Brian M. Belcher, Katherine E. Rasmussen, Matthew R. Kemshaw and Deborah A. Zornes
Measuring diversity in disciplinary collaboration in research teams: An ecological perspective pp. 18-36 Downloads
Arsev U. Aydinoglu, Suzie Allard and Chad Mitchell
Scholarly reputation in the digital age and the role of emerging platforms and mechanisms pp. 37-49 Downloads
Hamid R. Jamali, David Nicholas and Eti Herman
Determining effects of individual research grants on publication output and impact: The case of the Emmy Noether Programme (German Research Foundation) pp. 50-61 Downloads
Jörg Neufeld
Dealing with the complexity of evaluating knowledge transfer strategies: Guiding principles for developing valid instruments pp. 62-69 Downloads
Mathieu-Joël Gervais, Caroline Marion, Christian Dagenais, François Chiocchio and Nathalie Houlfort
Using concept mapping to identify conditions that foster knowledge translation from the perspective of school practitioners pp. 70-78 Downloads
Christian Dagenais, Renée Pinard, Marjolaine St-Pierre, Mélodie Briand-Lamarche, Amina Kay Cantave and Normand Péladeau
Doctoral training and labour market needs. Evidence in Spain pp. 79-93 Downloads
Juan Francisco Canal Domínguez and César Rodríguez Gutiérrez
Past performance does not guarantee future results: lessons from the evaluation of research units in Portugal pp. 94-106 Downloads
Ana Ramos and Cláudia S. Sarrico
Which firms benefit more from being located in a Science and Technology Park? Empirical evidence for Spain pp. 107-117 Downloads
Angela Rocio Vasquez-Urriago, Andrés Barge-Gil and Aurelia Modrego Rico

Volume 24, issue 3, 2015

Societal impact evaluation: Exploring evaluator perceptions of the characterization of impact under the REF2014 pp. 229-241 Downloads
Gabrielle N. Samuel and Gemma E. Derrick
Evaluating scientific research in Italy: The 2004–10 research evaluation exercise pp. 242-255 Downloads
Alessio Ancaiani, Alberto F. Anfossi, Anna Barbara, Sergio Benedetto, Brigida Blasi, Valentina Carletti, Tindaro Cicero, Alberto Ciolfi, Filippo Costa, Giovanna Colizza, Marco Costantini, Fabio di Cristina, Antonio Ferrara, Rosa M. Lacatena, Marco Malgarini, Irene Mazzotta, Carmela A. Nappi, Sandra Romagnosi and Serena Sileoni
Options and limitations in measuring the impact of research grants—evidence from Denmark and Norway pp. 256-270 Downloads
Liv Langfeldt, Carter Walter Bloch and Gunnar Sivertsen
Defining the role of cognitive distance in the peer review process with an explorative study of a grant scheme in infection biology pp. 271-281 Downloads
Qi Wang and Ulf Sandström
Motivation and research productivity in a university system undergoing transition pp. 282-292 Downloads
Ioana Horodnic and Adriana Zait
Policy simulation of firms’ cooperation in innovation pp. 293-311 Downloads
Almas Heshmati and Flávio Lenz-Cesar
Tracking the development of disciplinary structure in China’s top research universities (1998–2013) pp. 312-324 Downloads
Feng Li, Yajun Miao and Jing Ding
Research classification and the social sciences and humanities in Australia: (Mis)Matching organizational unit contribution and the impact of collaboration pp. 325-339 Downloads
Gaby Haddow

Volume 24, issue 2, 2015

Counting quality? The Czech performance-based research funding system pp. 91-105 Downloads
Barbara Good, Niki Vermeulen, Brigitte Tiefenthaler and Erik Arnold
Impacts of performance-based research funding systems: The case of the Norwegian Publication Indicator pp. 106-117 Downloads
Kaare Aagaard, Carter Bloch and Jesper W. Schneider
The impacts of research grants to community colleges. Evidence from the Technological Research Assistance Program in Quebec, Canada pp. 118-130 Downloads
Kaddour Mehiriz and Richard Marceau
Impact oriented monitoring: A new methodology for monitoring and evaluation of international public health research projects pp. 131-145 Downloads
J. Guinea, E. Sela, A. J. Gómez-Núñez, T. Mangwende, A. Ambali, N. Ngum, H. Jaramillo, Juan Gallego, A. Patiño, C. Latorre, S. Srivanichakorn and B. Thepthien
Impact of inbreeding on scientific productivity: A case study of a Japanese university department pp. 146-157 Downloads
Noriyuki Morichika and Sotaro Shibayama
How the nature of networks determines the outcome of publicly funded university research projects pp. 158-170 Downloads
Peter Teirlinck and Andre Spithoven
Researcher mobility and sector career choices among doctorate holders pp. 171-180 Downloads
Carter Bloch, Ebbe Graversen and Heidi Skovgaard Pedersen
Research excellence and university–industry collaboration in UK science parks pp. 181-196 Downloads
David Minguillo and Mike Thelwall
Applying patent survival analysis in the academic context pp. 197-212 Downloads
Danielle Lewensohn, Charlotta Dahlborg, Jan Kowalski and Per Lundin
An assessment of the Innovation Union Scoreboard as a tool to analyse national innovation capacities: The case of Switzerland pp. 213-228 Downloads
Dominique Foray and Hugo Hollanders

Volume 24, issue 1, 2015

Introduction to the special section devoted to the 18th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators ‘Translational Twists and Turns: Science as a Socio-Economic Endeavor’. Berlin, Germany, September 4–6 2013 pp. 1-3 Downloads
Sybille Hinze, Anthony F.J. van Raan and Emanuela Reale
The effectiveness of policies for formal knowledge transfer from European universities and public research institutes to firms pp. 4-18 Downloads
Franz Barjak, Nordine Es-Sadki and Anthony Arundel
The ‘translational’ effect in medical journals: Bridging the gap? pp. 19-29 Downloads
Marc Luwel and Erik van Wijk
Cross-disciplinary research: What configurations of fields of science are found in grant proposals today? pp. 30-36 Downloads
Rüdiger Mutz, Lutz Bornmann and Hans-Dieter Daniel
How accurately does output reflect the nature and design of transdisciplinary research programmes? pp. 37-50 Downloads
Elizabeth Koier and Edwin Horlings
Measuring the benefits of university research: impact and the REF in the UK pp. 51-62 Downloads
Hanan Khazragui and John Hudson
Accountability in context: effects of research evaluation systems on publication practices, disciplinary norms, and individual working routines in the faculty of Arts at Uppsala University pp. 63-77 Downloads
Björn Hammarfelt and Sarah de Rijcke
Reception of Spanish sociology by domestic and foreign audiences differs and has consequences for evaluation pp. 78-89 Downloads
Carla López Piñeiro and Diana Hicks
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