lunduniversity.lu.se

Department of Business Administration

Lund University School of Economics and Management

Publications

 

2019

 

Brattström, E. & Hellström, T. (2019).Street-level priority-setting: The role of discretion in implementation of research, development, and innovation prioritiesEnergy Policy, 127, 240-247. 

 

Franssen, T. and Wouters, P. (2019). Science and Its Significant Other: Representing the Humanities in Bibliometric Scholarship. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 70 (10), 1124–37. 

 

Goel, R. K., & Göktepe-Hultén, D. (2019). Risk attitudes, patenting and invention disclosures by academic researchersJournal of Technology Transfer, 44(1), 155–166.

 

Rushforth, A., Franssen, T., & de Rijcke, S. (2019). Portfolios of Worth: Capitalizing on Basic and Clinical Problems in Biomedical Research Groups. Science, Technology & Human Values44(2), 209–236. 

 

Sjöö, K., & Hellström, T. (2019). University–industry collaboration: A literature review and synthesis.Industry and Higher Education, 33(4), 275-285.

 

Wouters, P., Zahedi, Z. & Costas, R. (2019). Social media metrics for new research evaluation. In: W. Glänzel, H. Moed, U. Schmoch & M. Thelwall (Eds.), Handbook of Quantitative Science and Technology Indicators (pp. 687-713). Springer.

 

 

2018

 

 

Hellstrom, T. (2018). Centres of Excellence and Capacity Building: from Strategy to Impact. Science and Public Policy45(4), 543–552.

 

Hellström, T., Brattström, E., & Jabrane, L. (2018). Governing interdisciplinary cooperation in Centers of Excellence.Special issue Studies in Higher Education, 43(10), 1763-1777.

 

Hellström, T., Jabrane, L., & Brattström, E. (2018). Center of Excellence Funding: Connecting Organizational Capacities and Epistemic Effects. Research Evaluation27(2), 73–81.

 

Jacob, M., & Hellström, T. (2018). Epistemic governance and the conditions for knowledge production in HER institutions. Special Issue Studies in Higher Education, 43(10), 1711-1717.

 

Jacob, M., & Jabrane, L. (2018). Being there in the flex: humanities and social science collaborations with nonacademic actors.Special Issue Studies in Higher Education, 43(10), 1718-1729.

 

Kauppi, N. (2018). The global ranking game: narrowing academic excellence through numerical objectification. Special Issue Studies in Higher Education43(10), 1750–1762

 

Thomas, D. A., & Nedeva, M. (2018). Broad online learning EdTech and USA universities: symbiotic relationships in a post-MOOC world. Special issue Studies in Higher Education, 43(10), 1730–1749.

 

 

 2017

 

Fochler, M. & de Rijcke, S. (2017). Implicated in the Indicator Game? An Experimental DebateEngaging Science, Technology, and Society 3, 21-40. 

 

Goel, R., Göktepe-Hultén, D., & Grimpe, C. (2017). Who instigates university-industry collaborations? University scientists versus firm employees. Small Business Economics48(3), 503–524.

 

Hammarfelt. B., de Rijcke, S. & Wouters, P.F. (2017). From eminent men to excellent universities: University rankings as calculative devicesMinerva 55(4), 391-411.

 

Hammarfelt, B. & Rushforth, A. (2017). Indicators as judgment devices: An empirical study of citizen bibliometrics in research evaluationResearch Evaluation, 26(3), 169–180.

 

Hellström , T. & Hellström, C. (2017). Achieving impact: impact evaluations and narrative simplificationPrometheus 35(3), 215-230 

 

Hellström, T., & Jacob, M. (2017). Policy instrument affordances: A framework for analysisPolicy Studies, 38(6), 604-621.

 

Hellström, T., Jacob, M., & Sjöö, K. (2017). From thematic to organizational prioritization: the challenges of implementing RDI priorities.Science and Public Policy44 (5), 599-608.

 

Kauppi, N. (2017). Postface. Sur quelques défis de la science politique francophone dans un contexte global’, In: M. Benninghoff, C. Crespy, J-É. Charlier, & J-P. Leresche (Eds.), Le gouvernement des disciplines académiques(pp. 233-242). Paris: Edition des archives contemporaines.

 

Kauppi, N. (2017). Suuri puhallus: Numerokikkailua ja hallintonikkarointia yhden totuuden globaalilla markkinapaikalla (Now you see me. Data management in the global marketplace). Politiikka, 3, 222-228.

 

Müller, R. & de Rijcke, S. (2017). Thinking with indicators. Exploring the epistemic impacts of academic performance indicators in the life sciencesResearch Evaluation26(3), 157-168.

 

Paul-Hus, A., Desrochers, N., de Rijcke, S. & Rushforth, A.D. (2017). The reward system of scienceAslib Journal of Information Management69(5), 478-485. 

 

Rushforth, A.D. & de Rijcke, S. (2017). Quality monitoring in transition: The emerging challenge of evaluating translational research programs in academic biomedicineScience and Public Policy, 44 (4), 513-523.

 

Waaijer, C. J.F., Teelken, C., Wouters, P.F. & van der Weijden, I.C.M.  (2017). Competition in science: Links between publication pressure, grant pressure and the academic job market. Higher Education Policy31(2), 225-243. 

 

Wilsdon, J., Bar-Ilan, J., Frodeman, R., Lex, E., Peters, I. & Wouters, P. (2017). Next-generation metrics: Responsible metrics and evaluation for Open Science. Brussels: European Commission.

 

Wouters, P. (2017). Bridging the evaluation gap. Engaging Science, Technology, and Society, 3, 108–18.

 

 

 2016

 

Kauppi, N. (2016).Ranking and the Structuration of a Transnational Field of Higher Education. In R. Normand and J.L.Derouet (Eds.), A European Politics of Education: Perspectives from sociology, policy studies and politics(pp.92-103). New York: Routledge.

 

Luukkonen, T., & Thomas, D. A. (2016). The “Negotiated Space” of University Researchers’ Pursuit of a Research Agenda.Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning and Policy, 54(1), 99–127.