Hanken Newsletter 2-2013

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Title: Hanken Newsletter 2-2013
Publisher: Hanken School of Economics
Date: 2013-06-12
Language: en
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/39978
Abstract: For a long time now on-going evaluation such as referee reviews, has been closely associated with the research activities of individual researchers. More recently, it has become increasingly common practice among universities (and other research organizations) to carry out research evaluations grading the level of research areas within universities. As the evaluations are conducted by committees consisting of academically distinguished researchers, they add to the external credibility of the evaluated institutions. This credibility-promoting feature is particularly valuable for small universities with a limited tradition of high-profile research with extensive international visibility. The research evaluations also make internal resource allocation more efficient. Successfully conducted research evaluations serve as a valuable independent and expert-based input for identifying particularly productive research projects and research areas within the organization.

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