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(German) Universities as multiple hybrid organizations.

Kleimann, B. (2018).
(German) Universities as multiple hybrid organizations. Higher Education 7 (2), S.263-280.
Abstract

The paper claims that the organizational character of the (German) university can be comprehended best with the aid of the concept “multiple hybrid organization”. To corroborate this claim, the paper draws on two strands of argumentation: the first highlights the organizational normality of the German university, the next its singularity. Against this background it is argued that both positions can be integrated if we rely on the term “multiple hybrid organization”. This new concept of multiple organizational hybridity demonstrates its usefulness in showing that the structural particularity of the German university is rooted in numerous frictions pertaining to all its organizational structures.

Science and its Others: Examining the discourse about scientific misconduct through a postcolonial lens.

Hesselmann, F. (2018).
Science and its Others: Examining the discourse about scientific misconduct through a postcolonial lens. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, Taylor & Francis. [online first].

Why do graduates who spent part of their studies abroad get higher wages? Evidence from Germany.

Netz, N., & Kratz, F. (2018).
Why do graduates who spent part of their studies abroad get higher wages? Evidence from Germany. In A. Rybińska & Ö. Şenyuva (Hrsg.), Evidence-based policy in Erasmus+ (S. 46-47). Warsaw: Foundation for the Development of the Education System (FRSE).

The dynamically changing publication universe as a reference point in national impact evaluation: A counterfactual case study on the Chinese publication growth.

Stahlschmidt, S., & Hinze, S. (2018).
The dynamically changing publication universe as a reference point in national impact evaluation: A counterfactual case study on the Chinese publication growth. Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics, 3:30.

Science Diplomacy in the European Union: Practices and Prospects.

Flink, T., & Rungius, C. (2018).
Science Diplomacy in the European Union: Practices and Prospects. Policy Brief No. 1.

Wo und wie gelingt Translation? Einschätzungen aus der Praxis am Berliner Institut für Gesundheitsforschung.

Simons, A., Hendriks, B., Dirnagl, U., Riedel, N., Tölch, U., Ahmed, F., & Reinhart, M. (2018).
Wo und wie gelingt Translation? Einschätzungen aus der Praxis am Berliner Institut für Gesundheitsforschung. Forschung & Lehre, 25 (10).

Umkämpfte Zahlen: Armutsstatistik und Armutsberichterstattung in Großbritannien und der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 1979-1988.

Fenton, A., & Haßdenteufel, S. (2018).
Umkämpfte Zahlen: Armutsstatistik und Armutsberichterstattung in Großbritannien und der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 1979-1988. In K. Fertikh, H. Wieters & B. Zimmermann (Hrsg.), Ein soziales Europa als Herausforderung: Von der Harmonisierung zur Koordination sozialpolitischer Kategorien / L’Europe sociale en question: De l’harmonisation à la coordination des catégories d’action publique. Frankfurt am Main: Campus Verlag.

The use of scientific literature in ISO standards.

Fenton, A., Blind. K., & Gauch, S. (2018).
The use of scientific literature in ISO standards. In Standards for a smarter future (EURAS Proceedings) (45-58). Dublin: Wissenschaftsverlag Mainz.

Wage Losses Due to Overqualification: The Role of Formal Degrees and Occupational Skills.

Kracke, N., Reichelt, M., & Vicari, B. (2018).
Wage Losses Due to Overqualification: The Role of Formal Degrees and Occupational Skills. Social Indicators Research, 139(3), 1085-1108.

Trade Journals in Bibliometric Databases and Their Influences on Indicator Calculations.

Beng, F. (2018).
Trade Journals in Bibliometric Databases and Their Influences on Indicator Calculations. In STI 2018 Conference Proceedings. Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators. 12-14 September 2018, Leiden, The Netherlands.
ISBN 978-90-9031204-0

Open Science - a loosely coupled discourse? Comparing Open Science and Open Innovation from a bibliometric point of view.

Blümel, C., & Beng, F. (2018).
Open Science - a loosely coupled discourse? Comparing Open Science and Open Innovation from a bibliometric point of view. In STI 2018 Conference Proceedings. Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators. 12-14 September 2018, Leiden, The Netherlands.
ISBN 978-90-9031204-0

Supplementing citations to PhD theses with citations from Google.

Donner, P. (2018).
Supplementing citations to PhD theses with citations from Google. In R. Costas, T. Franssen & A. Yegros-Yegros, Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators (465-471). Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS), Leiden, Netherlands.
ISBN 978-90-9031204-0

A statistical approach to infer causal effects of the Chinese publication growth on bibliometric impact measures.

Stahlschmidt, S.,; & Hinze, S. (2018).
A statistical approach to infer causal effects of the Chinese publication growth on bibliometric impact measures. In STI 2018 Conference Proceedings. Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators. 12-14 September 2018, Leiden, The Netherlands.
ISBN 978-90-9031204-0

Exploration of reproducibility issues in scientometric research.

Velden, T., Hinze, S. Scharnhorst, A. Schneider, J.W., & Waltman, L. (2018).
Exploration of reproducibility issues in scientometric research. In STI 2018 Conference Proceedings. Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators. 12-14 September 2018, Leiden, The Netherlands.
ISBN 978-90-9031204-0

Transfer of formal knowledge through international scientific mobility - introduction of a network-based bibliometric method.

Aman, V. (2018).
Transfer of formal knowledge through international scientific mobility - introduction of a network-based bibliometric method. In STI 2018 Conference Proceedings (S.545-552). Leiden, The Netherlands: Leiden University.
ISBN 978-90-9031204-0

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