The establishment of national systems of retrospective research evaluations is one of the most significant of recent changes in the governance of science. This volume discusses the birth and development of research evaluation systems as well as the reasons for their absence in the United States. The book combines the latest research and an overview of trends in the changing governance of research. The focus is on institutionalisation processes and impacts on knowledge production.
Richard Whitley, Jochen Gla. ¨ser (ed., The Changing. point of view of political sociology. The book has been overdue given all the hopes.
Richard Whitley, Jochen Gla. Governance of the Sciences. Sociology of the Sciences Yearbook. value for money’, ‘critical mass and focus’, ‘world-class excellence’) and fears.
Sociology of the Sciences Yearbook. Springer, Dordrecht, 2007, 26 pp. Authors. Most of the book is dedicated to national case studies addressing aspects of the governance of the sciences in Australia (Jochen Gläser and Grit Laudel), Germany (Stefan Lange) and Lower Saxony (Christof Schiene and Uwe Schimank), Japan (Robert Keller), the Netherlands (Barend van der Meulen), Spain (Laura Cruz-Castro and Luiz Sanz-Menéndez), Sweden (Lars Engwall and Thorsten Nybom), and the . The Changing Governance of the Sciences. Show all. Table of contents (12 chapters).
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Sociology of the Sciences Yearbook. Minerva 47 (4):465-468 (2009). Richard Whitley, Jochen Gläser, The Changing Governance of the Sciences. Richard Whitley, Jochen Gläser and Lars Engwall (Ed., Reconfiguring Knowledge Production: Changing Authority Relationships in the Sciences and Their Consequences for Intellectual Innovation.
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