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Der "Added Value"-Ansatz: Eine Möglichkeit für Leistungsbewertungen und Leistungsanreize unter Berücksichtigung institutioneller Diversität.

Krempkow, R., & Kamm, R. (2013).
Der "Added Value"-Ansatz: Eine Möglichkeit für Leistungsbewertungen und Leistungsanreize unter Berücksichtigung institutioneller Diversität. In Abschlussband zur 13. Jahrestagung des Arbeitskreises Evaluation und Qualitätssicherung (AKevalQS)., (S. 83-88). Potsdam.

Wie effektiv ist die Leistungsorientierte Mittelvergabe? Zwischenbilanz ein Jahrzehnt nach ihrer Einführung in der Hochschulmedizin.

Krempkow, R., & Landrock, U. (2013).
Wie effektiv ist die Leistungsorientierte Mittelvergabe? Zwischenbilanz ein Jahrzehnt nach ihrer Einführung in der Hochschulmedizin. In E. Grande, D. Jansen, O. Jarren, A. Rip, U. Schimank & P. Weingart (Hrsg.), Neue Governance der Wissenschaft: Reorganisation, Externe Anforderungen, Medialisierung., (S. 95-111). Bielefeld: transcript.

Postdoc-Phase.

Huber, N., Krempkow, R., Markewitz, S., & Stock, S. (2013).
Postdoc-Phase. In S. Stock, P. Schneider, E. Peper & E. Molitor (Hrsg.), Erfolgreich promovieren: Ein Ratgeber von Promovierten für Promovierende., (S. 233-235). Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer.

A case study of German language core journals for characterizing citation patterns in the social sciences.

Chi, P.-S., & Dinkel, W. (2013).
A case study of German language core journals for characterizing citation patterns in the social sciences. Journal of Library & Information Studies, 11(2), 25-38.

Jeder und jede für sich? Geschlechtsspezifische Einkommenseffekte sozialer Kontakte beim Berufseinstieg von Hochschulabsolventen.

Groß, M., & Tesch, J. (2013).
Jeder und jede für sich? Geschlechtsspezifische Einkommenseffekte sozialer Kontakte beim Berufseinstieg von Hochschulabsolventen. Beiträge zur Hochschulforschung, Heft 4/2013, 8-32.

A Longitudinal Perspective on Research Career Intentions during PhD Candidacy.

Hauss, K., & Tesch, J. (2013).
A Longitudinal Perspective on Research Career Intentions during PhD Candidacy. In S. Hinze & A. Lottmann (Hrsg.), Translational twists and turns: Science as a socio-economic endeavor. Proceedings of STI 2013 Berlin, 18th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators, (S. 536-539). Berlin: iFQ.

Support for continued data collection and analysis concerning mobility patterns and career paths of Researchers. Final Report MORE 2. Prepared for: European Commission, Research Directorate-General, Directorate B - European Research Area.

IDEA Consult et al. (2013).
Support for continued data collection and analysis concerning mobility patterns and career paths of Researchers. Final Report MORE 2. Prepared for: European Commission, Research Directorate-General, Directorate B - European Research Area.

Support for continued data collection and analysis concerning mobility patterns and career paths of Researchers. Working conditions and career paths of early career Researchers - Cross-Country Report (WP3). Prepared for: European Commission, Research Directorate-General, Directorate C - European Research Aera Universities and Researchers.

IDEA Consult et al. (2013).
Support for continued data collection and analysis concerning mobility patterns and career paths of Researchers. Working conditions and career paths of early career Researchers - Cross-Country Report (WP3). Prepared for: European Commission, Research Directorate-General, Directorate C - European Research Aera Universities and Researchers.

Which percentile-based approach should be preferred for calculating normalized citation impact values? An empirical comparison of five approaches including a newly developed citation-rank approach (P100).

Bornmann, L., Leydesdorff, L., & Wang, J. (2013).
Which percentile-based approach should be preferred for calculating normalized citation impact values? An empirical comparison of five approaches including a newly developed citation-rank approach (P100). Journal of Informetrics, 7/4, 933-944.

Bibliometric Evaluation Standards Debate.

Sirtes, D., & Waltman, L. (2013).
Bibliometric Evaluation Standards Debate. In Translational twists and turns: Science as a socio-economic endeavor. Proceedings of STI 2013 Berlin, 18th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators, (S. 373-377). Berlin: iFQ.

Bibliometric Evaluation Standards Debate.

Sirtes, D., & Waltman, L. (2013).
Bibliometric Evaluation Standards Debate. In Translational twists and turns: Science as a socio-economic endeavor. Proceedings of STI 2013 Berlin, 18th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators, (S. 373-377). Berlin: iFQ.

The characteristics of highly cited non-source items in political science.

Chi, P.-S. (2013).
The characteristics of highly cited non-source items in political science. In S. Hinze & A. Lottmann (Hrsg.), Translational twists and turns: Science as a socio-economic endeavor. Proceedings of STI 2013 Berlin, 18th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators. Berlin: iFQ.

Collaboration Benefits and International Visibility of Two-Country-Collaborations.

Riechert, M., Sirtes, D., & Lietz, H. (2013).
Collaboration Benefits and International Visibility of Two-Country-Collaborations. In S. Hinze & A. Lottmann (Hrsg.), Translational twists and turns: Science as a socio-economic endeavor. Proceedings of STI 2013 Berlin, 18th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators, (S. 303-312). Berlin: iFQ.

The Best Five - Do Authors' Assessments of their own Publications Correspond to Metric Based Rankings?

Schmidt, M., & Neufeld, J. (2013).
The Best Five - Do Authors' Assessments of their own Publications Correspond to Metric Based Rankings? In Translational twists and turns: Science as a socio-economic endeavor. Proceedings of STI 2013 Berlin, 18th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators, (S. 335-342). Berlin: iFQ.

Collaboration Benefits and International Visibility of Two-Country-Collaborations.

Riechert, M., Sirtes, D., & Lietz, H. (2013).
Collaboration Benefits and International Visibility of Two-Country-Collaborations. In S. Hinze & A. Lottmann (Hrsg.), Translational twists and turns: Science as a socio-economic endeavor. Proceedings of STI 2013 Berlin, 18th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators, (S. 303-312). Berlin: iFQ.

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