The new research assessment reform in China and its implementation
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OriginalversjonZhang, L. & Sivertsen, G. (2020). The new research assessment reform in China and its implementation. Scholarly Assessment Reports, 2(1). https://doi.org/10.29024/sar.15
A radical reform of research assessment was recently launched in China. It seeks to replace a focus on Web of Science-based indicators with a balanced combination of qualitative and quantitative research evaluation, and to strengthen the local relevance of research in China. It trusts the institutions to implement the policy within a few months but does not provide the necessary national platforms for coordination, influence and collaboration on developing shared tools and information resources and for agreement on definitions, criteria and protocols for the procedures. Based on international experiences, this article provides constructive ideas for the implementation of the new policy.
UtgiverLevy Library Press
TidsskriftScholarly Assessment Reports
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