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Hur mäta produktivitet och hur produktiva är svenska professorer i nationalekonomi? Forskningsutvärdering med hjälp av kvantitativa och kvalitativa indikatorer

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  • Sarafoglou, Nikias


    (Mid Sweden University)

Publicering av forskningsresultat gör det möjligt för forskare att dela med sig av sina kunskaper och att kommunicera med resten av världen. Nästan lika viktig som forskningen är för samhället är utvärderingen av denna forskning. Forskningsevaluering kan ge information till lärare, studenter, administration och allmänhet. Det primära syftet med artikeln är att mäta forskningsproduktionen för professorer (kvantitet och kvalitet) vid svenska nationalekonomiska institutioner med hjälp av information ur internationella bibliometriska databaser. I anknytning till detta diskuteras hur mycket rankningen påverkas av valet av produktivitetsmått och behovet av att vidareutveckla rankningsmetoderna för att öka deras tillförlitlighet.

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Paper provided by University of Gothenburg, Department of Economics in its series Working Papers in Economics with number 238.

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Length: 19 pages
Date of creation: 19 Dec 2006
Handle: RePEc:hhs:gunwpe:0238
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