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George Masimba Nyama
Julia Olmos Peñuela
Bruno S. Frey
J. Britt Holbrook
The changing imperative to demonstrate social science impact
May 29th, 2019
Peer review and bibliometric indicators just don’t match up according to re-analysis of Italian research evaluation.
June 16th, 2016
Getting our hands dirty: why academics should design metrics and address the lack of transparency.
April 6th, 2016
Evaluating research assessment: Metrics-based analysis exposes implicit bias in REF2014 results.
March 22nd, 2016
A call for inclusive indicators that explore research activities in “peripheral” topics and developing countries.
March 1st, 2016
Ancient Cultures of Conceit Reloaded? A comparative look at the rise of metrics in higher education.
February 29th, 2016
The ResearchGate Score: a good example of a bad metric
December 9th, 2015
Bringing together bibliometrics research from different disciplines – what can we learn from each other?
December 4th, 2015
When are journal metrics useful? A balanced call for the contextualized and transparent use of all publication metrics
November 5th, 2015
We need informative metrics that will help, not hurt, the scientific endeavor – let’s work to make metrics better.
October 8th, 2015
Pursuing a multidimensional path to research assessment – Elsevier’s approach to metrics
August 4th, 2015
Rather than narrow our definition of impact, we should use metrics to explore richness and diversity of outcomes.
July 28th, 2015
Can metrics be used responsibly? Structural conditions in Higher Ed push against expert-led, reflexive approach.
July 17th, 2015
Using REF results to make simple comparisons is not necessarily responsible. Careful interpretation needed.
July 15th, 2015
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