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|Title:||Allocating organisational level funding on the basis of Research Performance Based assessments, a comparative analysis of the EU Member States in international perspective|
|Authors:||JONKERS KOEN; ZACHAREWICZ THOMAS; LEPORI BENEDETTO; REALE EMANUELA|
|Publisher:||Editorial Universitat Politècnica de València|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The paper analyses the extent to which RPBF allocation mechanisms are being implemented in Europe. To do so, this study builds on a novel set of data on project and organisational level funding developed for the European Commission, which identifies funding allocation mechanisms in each of the EU-28 Member States. This approach allows to compare the scope of RPBF systems across European countries.Further, the paper build on an in-depth analysis of RPBF implementation in 28 European countries, which comes to a classification of different types of RPBF implementation around three characteristics, i.e. a) the way research performance is measured and b) the type of link between performance assessment and allocation of resources. The analysis furthermore identifies a number of good practices while highlighting the potential for adverse effects of RPBF systems in research systems at different stages of development.|
|JRC Directorate:||Growth and Innovation|
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