Check our latest preprint from a multiple case-study of five departments combining CV analysis and semi-structured interviews. Here is the preprint:
Robinson-Garcia, Nicolas, Rodrigo Costas, Tina Nane, and Thed N. van Leeuwen. 2021. Valuation regimes in academia: Researchers’ attitudes towards their diversity of activities and academic performance. SocArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/ve7d3.
DISCLAIMER: This is a blog post written originally for the Leiden Madtrics blog in which we summarize our findings in our most recent paper published in eLife. The original blog post can be accessed here.
Researchers collaborate specializing in specific tasks. However, the research evaluation system only rewards specific profiles of researchers, threatening the diversity of the science ecosystem.
Continue reading The unintended consequences of task specialization in research careers
Yesterday we made openly accessible our work on task specialization and its effects on research careers. The paper is available here doi:10.1101/2020.07.01.181669
Continue reading Preprint out! Task specialization and its effects on research careers