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Merit, Expertise and Measurement

The new CWTS research program

Paul Wouters

on 3 June 2014

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Transcript of Merit, Expertise and Measurement

Our ambition for the next 5 years is to be:

an international leader in a limited number of research areas in quantitative STI studies, among which indicator development and research evaluation;

an international leader in integrating knowledge in scientometrics and in combining knowledge from scientometrics with insights from science and technology studies and the social sciences more generally;

an international leader in the analysis of the role of indicators in the sciences (including the social sciences and humanities)
How do scientific and scholarly practices interact with the “social technology” of research evaluation and monitoring knowledge systems?
Merit, Expertise and Measurement
from data to theory
orientation to practice
societal impact
Monitoring knowledge flows, new performance indicators,
and evaluation cultures in 21st century
science, technology and society.

evaluation everywhere
indicators everywhere
increasing dimensions assessments
more ambitions
Our mission
What are the characteristics, possibilities and limitations of advanced metrics and indicators of science, technology and innovation
New services

forward looking scientometrics
field specific bibliometrics: WISSH
societal use of research: SURE
bibliometrics individual researchers: HRM
meaningful metrics
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