Publications

DZHW publishes its research findings in renowned academic journals, at national and international conferences and in its own publishing formats. An overview of publications and lectures produced by DZHW staff can be seen below. You can open individual publication formats separately using the menu in the left-hand column.

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Wie erfolgreich sind Studierende mit und ohne Abitur? Ein bundesweiter Vergleich zu Studienerfolg und Studienleistungen.

Dahm, G., Kerst, C. (2019).
Wie erfolgreich sind Studierende mit und ohne Abitur? Ein bundesweiter Vergleich zu Studienerfolg und Studienleistungen. (DZHW Brief 3|2019). Hannover: DZHW.

Berufungsverfahren an deutschen Universitäten: Akteurkonstellationen und Bewertungskriterien.

Kleimann, B. (2019).
Berufungsverfahren an deutschen Universitäten: Akteurkonstellationen und Bewertungskriterien. In Y. Greiner & S. Meyer (Hrsg.), Berufungsverfahren: Von der Prozessoptimierung zum Kulturwandel. Mainzer Beiträge zur Hochschulentwicklung, Band 24 (S. 11-57). Mainz: Zentrum für Qualitätssicherung und -entwicklung (ZQ).
ISBN 3-935461-23-2 978 39

Looking for freedom? Networks of international student mobility and countries’ levels of democracy.

Vögtle, E. M. & Windzio, M. (2019).
Looking for freedom? Networks of international student mobility and countries’ levels of democracy. The Geographical Journal (online first).
Abstract

This article analyses the network of international student mobility (ISM) between OECD and European Higher Education Area (EHEA) member countries between 2000 and 2009. It aims at investigating the link between countries’ level of democracy and how this impacts on their ability to attract degree‐mobile students from abroad. Social Network Analysis (SNA) and Exponential Random Graph Modelling (ERGM) are used to show that the ties of student mobility occur more often when both countries in the dyad have either low or high levels of democracy and when the receiving country is also economically wealthy. The network is characterized by a core‐periphery structure where a few countries act as hubs with numerous strong ties

Different but similar. A comparison of performance monitoring in the UK, Australia and Germany.

Hinze, S., Butler, L., Donner, P., & McAllister, I. (2019).
Different but similar. A comparison of performance monitoring in the UK, Australia and Germany. In Glänzel, W., Moed, H., Schmoch, U., & Thelwall, M. (Hrsg.), Springer Handbook of Science and Technology Indicators (S. 465-484). Springer International Publishing. doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-02511-3.

Science means never having to say you're sorry? Apologies for scientific misconduct.

Hesselmann, F., & Reinhart, M. (2019).
Science means never having to say you're sorry? Apologies for scientific misconduct. Science Communication, 41(5), 552-579. Sage.

Italian sociology: a community of disconnected groups.

Akbaritabar, A. (2019).
Italian sociology: a community of disconnected groups. Conferenza Nazionale delle Dottorande e dei Dottorandi in Scienze Sociali, Sapienza University. Sapienza University.

Merits and Limits: Applying open data to monitor Open Access publications in bibliometric databases.

Akbaritabar, A., & Stahlschmidt, S. (2019).
Merits and Limits: Applying open data to monitor Open Access publications in bibliometric databases. In Catalano, G., Daraio, C., Ruocco, G., & Moed, H., Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of Scientometrics & Infometrics. ISSI Society.

Internationally mobile scientists as knowledge transmitters - A lexical-based approach to detect knowledge transfer.

Aman, V. (2019).
Internationally mobile scientists as knowledge transmitters - A lexical-based approach to detect knowledge transfer. Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of the International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics (ISSI), p.2199-2208.

Determinanten der subjektiv wahrgenommenen Wichtigkeit von Hochschulrankings bei der Studienortwahl?

Hückstädt, M. (2019).
Determinanten der subjektiv wahrgenommenen Wichtigkeit von Hochschulrankings bei der Studienortwahl? In L. Ringel & T. Werron (Hrsg.), Rankings - Soziologische Fallstudien (S. 181-202). Wiesbaden: Springer.

Admitting uncertainty: a weighted socio-epistemic network approach to cognitive distance between authors.

Hartstein, J. (2019).
Admitting uncertainty: a weighted socio-epistemic network approach to cognitive distance between authors. In Catalano, G., Daraio, C., Ruocco, G., & Moed, H. (Hrsg.), Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of Scientometrics & Infometrics. ISSI Society.

Measurement variation in bibliometric impact indicators.

Stahlschmidt, S., & Schmidt, M. (2019).
Measurement variation in bibliometric impact indicators. In Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of Scientometrics & Infometrics. ISSI Society.

Varying resonance chambers: A comparison of citation-based valuations of duplicated publications in Web of Science and Scopus.

Stahlschmidt, S., & Stephen, D. (2019).
Varying resonance chambers: A comparison of citation-based valuations of duplicated publications in Web of Science and Scopus. In Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of Scientometrics & Infometrics.

The social sciences and their publishers: Publication, reception and changing meaning of German monographs.

Thiedig, C. (2019).
The social sciences and their publishers: Publication, reception and changing meaning of German monographs. In Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of Scientometrics & Infometrics.

National Evaluation Systems and Universities' Strategic Capacities: Case Studies among European Universities.

Behrmann, L., & Sembritzki, T. (2019).
National Evaluation Systems and Universities' Strategic Capacities: Case Studies among European Universities. In Pritchard, R.M.O., O’Hara, M., Milsom, C., Williams, J., & Matei , L. (Hrsg.), The Three C-s of Higher Education. Competition, Collaboration and Complementarity (S. 107-130), Budapest/New York: Central European University Press.
ISBN 978-963-386-327-5
Abstract

The rise of international competition evokes different evaluation practices on a national and organisational level. Focussing on three National Evaluation Systems (NES) for universities in the UK, France, and Germany – this paper compares the role of evaluation for and in university governance. By providing insights into interviews with key actors of university governance, we present how NES produce knowledge, open up communication processes as well as scopes or limits of action in use for their strategies. This study comes to the conclusion that evaluations help organisational actors to operate strategically and that they foster the emergence of an organisational actorhood.

The effects of research policies on the management of research information in HEIs: evidence from Germany.

Biesenbender, S., & Thiedig, C. (2019).
The effects of research policies on the management of research information in HEIs: evidence from Germany. In Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Scientometrics & Informetrics, (S. 2031-2036).

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