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S&T Indicators in the wild. Acting with indicators in an uncertain world

AuthorsRafols, Ismael
Issue Date2017
CitationSTI Conference (2017)
AbstractThe argument: -Policy demand for indicators of ‘societal impact’ in research assessments. -However providing ‘indicators of societal impact’ off-the-shelf would be highly problematic, possibly harmful, serving narrow views and interests. -For quant methods to contribute to research impact assessment (RIA), we need to go beyond scientometrics as it is, secluded research. -Instead, we have to develop indicators in the wild (‘en plein air’) in hybrid forum for engaging with contextual and diverse expertise. -This implies three moves in ’translation’: 1. broadening out the scope of data and expertise used 2. use quantitative outputs for opening up in processes that include deliberation, 3. engaging with disparate communities in the framing of problems and questions
DescriptionTrabajo presentado a la Science, Technology and Innovation indicators (STI) Conference, celebrada en Paris (Francia) del 6 al 8 de septiembre de 2017.
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