Centrality of researchers in reforming research assessment

« The Initiative for Science in Europe (ISE) has published a report identifying 18 policy options for stakeholders to improve the ways in which research and researchers are evaluated and rewarded, and to enable a transition to Open Science. This report is ISE’s contribution to current discussions that include governments, research organizations, learned societies, funders, publishers and many others – not least, the researchers themselves – at a time of increasing momentum to reform current systems of research assessment. (…) »

source > initiative-se.eu, février 2022