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Volume 29, issue 3, 2020

Determinants of quality of research environment: An assessment of the environment submissions in the UK’s Research Excellence Framework in 2014 pp. 231-244 Downloads
Mehmet Pinar and Emre Unlu
Fast growth of the number of proceedings papers in atypical fields in the Czech Republic is a likely consequence of the national performance-based research funding system pp. 245-262 Downloads
Jiri Vanecek and Ondrej Pecha
Millennial researchers in a metric-driven scholarly world: An international study pp. 263-274 Downloads
David Nicholas, Eti Herman, Hamid R Jamali, Abdullah Abrizah, Cherifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri, Jie Xu, Blanca Rodríguez-Bravo, Anthony Watkinson, Tatiana Polezhaeva and Marzena Świgon
Changing research on research evaluation: A critical literature review to revisit the agenda pp. 275-288 Downloads
Duncan A Thomas, Maria Nedeva, Mayra M Tirado and Merle Jacob
How to select the best: Selection procedures of innovation agencies pp. 289-299 Downloads
Peter Biegelbauer, Thomas Palfinger and Sabine Mayer
DARE to be different? A novel approach for analysing diversity in collaborative research projects pp. 300-315 Downloads
Frédérique Bone, Michael M Hopkins, Ismael Ràfols, Jordi Molas-Gallart, Puay Tang, Gail Davey and Antony M Carr
Unravelling the panel contribution upon peer review evaluation of numerous, unstructured and highly interdisciplinary research proposals pp. 316-326 Downloads
Theodoros Baimpos, Nils Dittel and Roumen Borissov
What effects does international mobility have on scientists’ careers? A systematic review pp. 327-351 Downloads
Nicolai Netz, Svenja Hampel and Valeria Aman
A superb example of policy evaluation pp. 352-353 Downloads
Diana Hicks

Volume 29, issue 2, 2020

Tax incentives for R&D: supporting innovative scale-ups? pp. 121-134 Downloads
Jessica Mitchell, Giuseppina Testa, Miguel Sanchez-Martinez, Paul N Cunningham and Katarzyna Szkuta
Introducing and testing an advanced quantitative methodological approach for the evaluation of research centers: a case study on sustainability science pp. 135-149 Downloads
Omar Kassab, Rüdiger Mutz and Hans-Dieter Daniel
Should we fund research randomly? An epistemological criticism of the lottery model as an alternative to peer review for the funding of science pp. 150-157 Downloads
Baptiste Bedessem
A participatory method to assess the contribution of agricultural research to societal changes in developing countries pp. 158-170 Downloads
Guy Faure, Genowefa Blundo-Canto, Agathe Devaux-Spatarakis, Jean Louis Le Guerroué, Syndhia Mathé, Ludovic Temple, Aurélie Toillier, Bernard Triomphe and Etienne Hainzelin
The role of Egyptian State Awards in changing researchers’ performance in the science and technology sector pp. 171-190 Downloads
Bahaa Ibrahim
Playing the fields: Theorizing research impact and its assessment pp. 191-202 Downloads
Kate Williams
The field-specific citation and usage patterns of book literature in the Book Citation Index pp. 203-214 Downloads
Pei-Shan Chi
Like-for-like bibliometric substitutes for peer review: Advantages and limits of indicators calculated from the ep index pp. 215-230 Downloads
Alonso Rodríguez-Navarro and Ricardo Brito

Volume 29, issue 1, 2020

Assessing societal impact of SSH in an engaging world: focus on productive interaction, creative pathways and enhanced visibility of SSH research pp. 1-3 Downloads
Jack Spaapen and Gunnar Sivertsen
Methods for mapping the impact of social sciences and humanities—A literature review pp. 4-21 Downloads
David Budtz Pedersen, Jonas Følsgaard Grønvad and Rolf Hvidtfeldt
Who benefits from ex ante societal impact evaluation in the European funding arena? A cross-country comparison of societal impact capacity in the social sciences and humanities pp. 22-33 Downloads
Stefan P L de Jong and Reetta Muhonen
From productive interactions to impact pathways: Understanding the key dimensions in developing SSH research societal impact pp. 34-47 Downloads
Reetta Muhonen, Paul Benneworth and Julia Olmos-Peñuela
Conceptualizing the societal impact of research in terms of elements of logic models: a survey of researchers in sub-Saharan Africa pp. 48-65 Downloads
Nelius Boshoff and Stefan P L de Jong
Normal versus extraordinary societal impact: how to understand, evaluate, and improve research activities in their relations to society? pp. 66-70 Downloads
Gunnar Sivertsen and Ingeborg Meijer
Capacities, capabilities, and the societal impact of the humanities pp. 71-76 Downloads
Eiríkur Smári Sigurðarson
Efficiency evaluation of S&T resource allocation using an accurate quantification of the time-lag effect and relation effect: a case study of Chinese research institutes pp. 77-86 Downloads
Weizhen Yue, Jun Gao and Weilan Suo
Performing under ‘the baton of administrative power’? Chinese academics’ responses to incentives for international publications pp. 87-99 Downloads
Xin Xu
It is not all about performance: Importance of the funding formula in the allocation of performance-based research funding in England pp. 100-119 Downloads
Mehmet Pinar

Volume 28, issue 4, 2019

Scholarly understanding, mediating artefacts and the social impact of research in the educational sciences pp. 295-303 Downloads
Terhi Esko and Reijo Miettinen
Money, morale, and motivation: a study of the Output-Based Research Support Scheme in University College Dublin pp. 304-312 Downloads
Lai Ma
Measuring scientific impact of fisheries and aquaculture research-for-development projects in South East Asia and the Pacific pp. 313-325 Downloads
Kiros Hiruy, Ray Murphy, Tom Lewis, William T White and Steven W Purcell
Developing an evaluation framework for university-driven technology-based, innovation for inclusive development (UTI4ID) projects pp. 326-343 Downloads
L Botha, S S Grobbelaar and W G Bam
The balancing role of evaluation mechanisms in organizational governance—The case of publicly funded research institutions pp. 344-354 Downloads
Junwen Luo, Gonzalo Ordóñez-Matamoros and Stefan Kuhlmann
Improving access to finance for young innovative enterprises with growth potential: Evidence of impact of R&D grant schemes on firms' outputs pp. 355-369 Downloads
Giuseppina Testa, Katarzyna Szkuta and Paul N Cunningham
European Research Council: excellence and leadership over time from a gender perspective pp. 370-382 Downloads
Núria Bautista-Puig, Carlos García-Zorita and Elba Mauleón
Do we need a book citation index for research evaluation? pp. 383-393 Downloads
Yves Gingras and Mahdi Khelfaoui
Using mixed methods to map vaguely defined research areas pp. 394-404 Downloads
Lise Degn, Niels Mejlgaard and Jesper Wiborg Schneider

Volume 28, issue 2, 2019

Retraction: A response to Hansson and Polk (2018) “Assessing the impact of transdisciplinary research: The usefulness of relevance, credibility, and legitimacy for understanding the link between process and impact” pp. e1-e1 Downloads
Brian M Belcher, Luisa F Ramirez, Rachel Davel and Rachel Claus
Government programs for university–industry partnerships: Logics, design, and implications for academic science pp. 109-122 Downloads
Emina Veletanlić and Creso Sá
Making a difference in the real world? A meta-analysis of the quality of use-oriented research using the Research Quality Plus approach pp. 123-135 Downloads
Robert K D McLean and Kunal Sen
Building a culture of impact in an international agricultural research organization: Process and reflective learning pp. 136-144 Downloads
Genowefa Blundo-Canto, Bernard Triomphe, Guy Faure, Danielle Barret, Aurelle de Romemont and Etienne Hainzelin
Creating research impact through the productive interactions of an individual: an example from South African research on maritime piracy pp. 145-157 Downloads
Nelius Boshoff and Mpho Sefatsa
How is gender being addressed in the international development evaluation literature? A meta-evaluation pp. 158-168 Downloads
Steven Lam, Warren Dodd, Jane Whynot and Kelly Skinner
Field patterns of scientometric indicators use for presenting research portfolio for assessment pp. 169-181 Downloads
Emanuel Kulczycki
The impact of Ph.D. funding on time to Ph.D. completion pp. 182-195 Downloads
Hugo Horta, Mattia Cattaneo and Michele Meoli
A response to Hansson and Polk (2018) “Assessing the impact of transdisciplinary research: The usefulness of relevance, credibility, and legitimacy for understanding the link between process and impact” pp. 196-201 Downloads
Brian M Belcher, Luisa F Ramirez, Rachel Davel and Rachel Claus
Comments to Belcher et al. 2018’s critique of Hansson and Polk 2018 pp. 202-205 Downloads
Stina Hansson and Merritt Polk
Evaluation of research in social sciences and humanities pp. 206-208 Downloads
Thomas Heinze and Arlette Jappe

Volume 28, issue 1, 2019

Introduction to special section: Keynotes from STI 2017 pp. 1-1 Downloads
Diana Hicks
Les indicateurs sont morts, vive les indicateurs! Towards a political economy of S&T indicators: A critical overview of the past 35 years pp. 2-6 Downloads
Rémi Barré
S&T indicators in the wild: Contextualization and participation for responsible metrics pp. 7-22 Downloads
Ismael Rafols
Multi/inter/transdisciplinary assessment: A systemic framework proposal to evaluate graduate courses and research teams pp. 23-36 Downloads
Talita Moreira de Oliveira, Livio Amaral and Roberto Carlos dos Santos Pacheco
Formative, embedded evaluation to strengthen interdisciplinary team science: Results of a 4-year, mixed methods, multi-country case study pp. 37-50 Downloads
Susan Roelofs, Nancy Edwards, Sarah Viehbeck and Cody Anderson
Challenge-led interdisciplinary research in practice: Program design, early career research, and a dialogic approach to building unlikely collaborations pp. 51-62 Downloads
Chris Gibson, Tamantha Stutchbury, Victoria Ikutegbe and Nicole Michielin
Referees or sponsors? The role of evaluators in the promotion of research scientists in a public research organization pp. 63-72 Downloads
Miriam Glennie, Michael O’Donnell, Michelle Brown and John Benson
Does counting change what is counted? Potential for paradigm change through performance metrics pp. 73-83 Downloads
Ann Rudinow Sætnan, Gunhild Tøndel and Bente Rasmussen
The missing link: How university managers mediate the impact of a performance-based research funding system pp. 84-93 Downloads
Jonas Krog Lind
Understanding the use and usability of research evaluation studies1,2 pp. 94-107 Downloads
Katrin Milzow, Anke Reinhardt, Sten Söderberg and Klaus ZinöckerDeceased
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