Notes on papers I read this week (II)

This week I have been reading a bunch of work on foreign-born scientists. I have focused on the works by Paula Stephan and colleagues. Here is some of the stuff and notes for future me. Levin, S.G., Stephan, P. (1999). Are the foreign born a source of strength for U.S. science? Science, 285(5431), 1213-1214. Inflow Read more about Notes on papers I read this week (II)[…]

Notes on papers I read this week (I)

Cañibano, C. & Bozeman, B. Curriculum vitae method in science policy and research evaluation: the state-of-the-art. Research Evaluation, 18(2), 86-94 This paper reviews the use of CV analysis in science policy. The value of CVs lies in the fact that they serve as personal services advertisement and the fact that researchers are strongly encouraged to Read more about Notes on papers I read this week (I)[…]