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Who Benefits from Job Security? Job Satisfaction and Performance in Academia.

Ambrasat, J., & Fabian, G. (2023).
Who Benefits from Job Security? Job Satisfaction and Performance in Academia. SocArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/7j2pt (Abgerufen am: 20.12.2023). https://doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/7j2pt

The Many Roads to Transparency: A Typology of Topics and Varieties in the Transparency Literature.

Cruz Romero, R. (2023).
The Many Roads to Transparency: A Typology of Topics and Varieties in the Transparency Literature. Revista Española de la Transparencia, 18(3), 293-329. https://doi.org/10.51915/ret.286

Ordering the past, envisioning future(s): how review articles in synthetic biology make use of heterogeneous expectations.

Blümel, C. (2023).
Ordering the past, envisioning future(s): how review articles in synthetic biology make use of heterogeneous expectations. Futures (online first). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2023.103302
Abstract

This article deals with expectation dynamics in the field of synthetic biology. The article draws on scholarly review articles as the main material, complemented by expert interviews conducted with scholars from the field. The aim is to explore how expectations change over time and how they are used to justify and move the field. Drawing from conceptual advances of the sociology of expectations, I show how expectations are increasingly linked at different levels (the landscape, sector, and niche level) and how they support and justify the field among different audiences.

Quo Vadis Science Diplomacy – Wissenschaftsmobilität und -kooperation nach der Zeitenwende.

Blümel, C., & Vögtle, E. M. (2023).
Quo Vadis Science Diplomacy – Wissenschaftsmobilität und -kooperation nach der Zeitenwende. (DZHW Brief 05|2023). Hannover: DZHW. https://doi.org/10.34878/2023.05.dzhw_brief

Wissenschaftssoziologie. Literaturbesprechung.

Hesselmann, F. (2023).
Wissenschaftssoziologie. Literaturbesprechung. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 75(4) (online first). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11577-023-00926-y

Datennutzung an Hochschulen - Treffen des UniWiND-Netzwerks Nachwuchsinformationen (NeNa).

Wegner, A., Jakob, M., & Moes, J. (2023).
Workshop Datennutzung an Hochschulen - Treffen des UniWiND-Netzwerks Nachwuchsinformationen (NeNa).

The Long and Winding Road to Excellence: The German Case.

Möller, T., & Hornbostel, S. (2023).
The Long and Winding Road to Excellence: The German Case. In M. Yudkevich, P. G. Altbach, & J. Salmi (Hrsg.), Academic Star Wars: Excellence Initiatives in Global Perspective (S. 177-201). Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press. https://doi.org/10.7551/mitpress/14601.003.0012

Data Mesh for Managing Complex Big Data Landscapes and Enhancing Decision Making in Organizations.

Azeroual, O., & Nacheva, R. (2023).
Data Mesh for Managing Complex Big Data Landscapes and Enhancing Decision Making in Organizations. In L. Gruenwald, E. Masciari, C. Rolland, & J. Bernardino (Hrsg.), Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Knowledge Management and Information Systems (KMIS 2023) (S. 202-212). Rome, Italy: SciTePress, Science and Technology Publications, Lda. https://doi.org/10.5220/0012195700003598

Mind the gap: Nowcasting the citation impact of research institutions.

Stahlschmidt, S., & Stephen, D. (2023).
Mind the gap: Nowcasting the citation impact of research institutions. In ISSI (Hrsg.), Proceedings of ISSI 2023 – the 19th International Conference of the International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics (S. 441-447). Bloomington, United States: International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics.

Detection of (non-)existing participation in contested academic discourses.

Aman, V., & Stahlschmidt, S. (2023).
Detection of (non-)existing participation in contested academic discourses. In ISSI (Hrsg.), Proceedings of ISSI 2023 – the 19th International Conference of the International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics (S. 15-21). Bloomington, United States: International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics.

Synthesis report on gender differences in grant application behaviour.

Möller, T., Holzinger, F., Schön, L., Wedening, P., & Deixelberger, B. (2023).
Synthesis report on gender differences in grant application behaviour. Berlin: DZHW.
Abstract

This deliverable provides a summary of the findings of Work Package 7 of the GRANteD project. The results are based on seven online surveys carried out among researchers in six European countries. In Austria, Ireland, Poland, Slovakia and Sweden, applicants to specific research funding programs were surveyed. In Germany, a representative survey was conducted among academics as potential applicants at universities (DZHW Scientist Survey). In addition, the data of doctoral graduates of the DZHW PhD panel were analyzed. The overall findings indicates that there are hardly any gender differences in application behavior of academics.

What to do against gender bias in grant allocation?

van den Besselaar, P., Mom, C., Cruz-Castro, L., Sanz Menéndez, L., Möller, T., ... & Husu, L. (2023).
What to do against gender bias in grant allocation? Amsterdam: TMC.
Abstract

This text summarized the recommendations that can be distilled from the research done in the GRANteD project, and from the interactions with the Stakeholder Committee, the Scientific Advisory Board, and at other exchanges with researchers in the field and with stakeholders in different interactions.

What happens to science when it communicates openly?

Blümel, C., & Fecher, B. (31. Oktober 2023).
What happens to science when it communicates openly [Blogbeitrag]. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10037220
Abstract

The contribution deals with what happens when science opens up and communicates’ and the emerging challenges for future scientific communication.

Identifying and explaining gender differences in grant decision outcomes: The results of the case studies.

Möller, T., van den Besselaar, P., Cruz-Castro, L., Sanz Menéndez, L., Sandström, U., & Mom, C. (2023).
Identifying and explaining gender differences in grant decision outcomes: The results of the case studies. Berlin, Amsterdam: DZHW / TMC (nicht zur Veröffentlichung vorgesehen).

Gender and grants: lessons from nine cases in six European countries.

Möller, T., & van den Besselaar, P. (2023).
Gender and grants: lessons from nine cases in six European countries. Berlin, Amsterdam: DZHW / TMC (nicht zur Veröffentlichung vorgesehen).

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Clemens Blümel
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Stephan Stahlschmidt
Dr. Stephan Stahlschmidt Acting Head +49 30 2064177-18
Peter van den Besselaar
Prof. Dr. Peter van den Besselaar Acting Head +49 30 2064177-0
Guido Speiser
Dr. Guido Speiser Deputy Head +49 30 2064177-24

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