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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A Fully Automated Method for the Unification of Funding Organizations in the Web of Knowledge.

Sirtes, D., & Riechert, M. (2014).
A Fully Automated Method for the Unification of Funding Organizations in the Web of Knowledge. In E. Noyons (Hrsg.), Context counts: pathways to master big and little data. Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators, 2014 Leiden, (S. 594-597).

Analysis of Human Resources for S+T in Vietnam. Capacity Building for Research Evaluation in Vietnam (EvaCap). iFQ-Berichte No. 53, Berlin: iFQ.

Tesch, J., & Wegner, A. (2014).
Analysis of Human Resources for S+T in Vietnam. Capacity Building for Research Evaluation in Vietnam (EvaCap). iFQ-Berichte No. 53, Berlin: iFQ.

Wer sucht, der findet - wer besser sucht, findet besser. Empfehlungen zur Gestaltung von Berufungsverfahren an Musikhochschulen.

Dölle, F., & Schröder, Th. (2014).
Wer sucht, der findet - wer besser sucht, findet besser. Empfehlungen zur Gestaltung von Berufungsverfahren an Musikhochschulen. Hochschulmanagement, 9. Jg. 3+4, 101-108.

Student Drop-out from German Higher Education Institutions.

Heublein, U. (2014).
Student Drop-out from German Higher Education Institutions. European Journal of EDUCATION. Research, Development and Policy (4/2014), 497-513. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.
Abstract

The article deals with three issues: first, there is the question concerning the statistical data on the extend of student drop-out in the different types of higher education institutions. This task is linked to problems cocerning the definition and measurement of drop-out from higher education. Secondly, the research aims at clarifying the individual, institutional and social causes and reasons. Closely linked to this is the third question that focuses on above-average drop-out dangers within specific at-risk groups.

Bildungsentscheidungen im nachschulischen Verlauf.

Quast, H., Scheller, P., & Lörz, M. (2014).
Bildungsentscheidungen im nachschulischen Verlauf. Dritte Befragung der Studienberechtigten 2008 viereinhalb Jahre nach Schulabschluss (Forum Hochschule 9|2014). Hannover: DZHW.
ISBN 978-3-86426-044-5

Bibliometrische Feldabgrenzung in Web of Science und Scopus: Ein Methodenvergleich anhand des interdisziplinären Feldes Bildungsforschung.

Aman, V. (2014).
Bibliometrische Feldabgrenzung in Web of Science und Scopus: Ein Methodenvergleich anhand des interdisziplinären Feldes Bildungsforschung. Bibliometrie - Praxis und Forschung, 3(14), 1-12.

Warum verlassen Promovierte die Wissenschaft oder bleiben? Ein Überblick zum (gewünschten) beruflichen Verbleib nach der Promotion.

Krempkow, R., Huber, N., & Winkelhage, J. (2014).
Warum verlassen Promovierte die Wissenschaft oder bleiben? Ein Überblick zum (gewünschten) beruflichen Verbleib nach der Promotion. Qualität in der Wissenschaft, Heft 4/2014, 96-106.

Variablendokumentation zum Scientific Use File der 20. Sozialerhebung, Version 1.0.0.

Apolinarski, B., Buck, D., Kandulla, M., Middendorff, E., Naumann, H., & Poskowsky, J. (2014).
Variablendokumentation zum Scientific Use File der 20. Sozialerhebung, Version 1.0.0. DZHW, Hannover.

Daten- und Methodenbericht zum Scientific Use File der 20. Sozialerhebung, Version 1.0.0.

Apolinarski, B., Buck, D., Kandulla, M., Middendorff, E., Naumann, H., & Poskowsky, J. (2014).
Daten- und Methodenbericht zum Scientific Use File der 20. Sozialerhebung, Version 1.0.0. DZHW, Hannover.

Addressing Ecological Validity in Modeling and Measuring Competencies in Higher Education.

Cao, L. & Braun, E. (2014).
Addressing Ecological Validity in Modeling and Measuring Competencies in Higher Education. In C. Kuhn, M. Toepper & O. Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia (Hrsg.), KoKoHs Working Paper No. 6 - Current International State and Future Perspectives on Competence Assessment in Higher Education (S. 11-29). Berlin & Mainz: Humboldt Universität zu Berlin & Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz.

The characteristics and impact of non-source items in the social sciences – a pilot study of two political science departments in Germany. Dissertation.

Chi, P.-S. (2014).
The characteristics and impact of non-source items in the social sciences – a pilot study of two political science departments in Germany. Dissertation. . : Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Philosophische Fakultät I, urn:nbn:de:kobv:11-100221693.

Creativity in scientific teams: Unpacking novelty and impact.

Lee, Y.-N., Walsh, J. P., & Wang, J. (2014).
Creativity in scientific teams: Unpacking novelty and impact. Research Policy, 2014, 684-697.

Do changes in cost-sharing have an impact on the behaviour of students and higher education institutions? Evidence from nine case studies.

Orr, D., Wespel, J., & Usher, A. (2014).
Do changes in cost-sharing have an impact on the behaviour of students and higher education institutions? Evidence from nine case studies. Volume I: Comparative Report, Brüssel 2014.

Do changes in cost-sharing have an impact on the behaviour of students and higher education institutions? Evidence from nine case studies.

Orr, D., Wespel, J., & Usher, A. (2014).
Do changes in cost-sharing have an impact on the behaviour of students and higher education institutions? Evidence from nine case studies. Volume II: National Reports; Brüssel 2014.

Do changes in cost-sharing have an impact on the behaviour of students and higher education institutions? Evidence from nine case studies.

Orr, D., Wespel, J., & Usher, A. (2014).
Do changes in cost-sharing have an impact on the behaviour of students and higher education institutions? Evidence from nine case studies. Executive Summary, Brüssel 2014.

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