Top Downloaded Papers of 2016
Research Evaluation is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed, international journal. Its subject matter is the evaluation of activities concerned with scientific research, technological development and innovation.
We have created a collection of the Journal’s top downloaded papers of 2016. All of the papers included in the collection will be free to read online until 31 March 2017.
Progressing research impact assessment: A ‘contributions’ approach.
Impact oriented monitoring: A new methodology for monitoring and evaluation of international public health research projects.
J. Guinea1, E. Sela, A. J. Gómez-Núñez, et al.
Defining and assessing research quality in a transdisciplinary context.
Brian M. Belcher, Katherine E. Rasmussen, Matthew R. Kemshaw and Deborah A. Zornes
Societal impact evaluation: Exploring evaluator perceptions of the characterization of impact under the REF2014.
Gabrielle N. Samuel and Gemma E. Derrick
Evaluating health research impact: Development and implementation of the Alberta Innovates – Health Solutions impact framework.
Kathryn E. R. Graham, Heidi L. Chorzempa, Pamela A. Valentine and Jacques Magnan
Cross-disciplinary research: What configurations of fields of science are found in grant proposals today?
Rüdiger Mutz,Lutz Bornmann and Hans-Dieter Daniel
The heterogeneous landscape of bibliometric indicators: Evaluating models for allocating resources at Swedish universities.
Björn Hammarfelt, Gustaf Nelhans, Pieta Eklund and Fredrik Åström
Towards an alternative framework for the evaluation of translational research initiatives.
Jordi Molas-Gallart, Pablo D’Este, Oscar Llopis, and Ismael Rafols
The Research Excellence Framework and the ‘impact agenda’: are we creating a Frankenstein monster?
Ben R Martin