Title: The logic of research evaluation
Year: 2008
Description: The authors offer suggestions about logical distinctions often overlooked in the evaluation of research, beginning with a strong plea not to treat technology as applied science, and especially not to treat research in technology as important only if it makes a contribution to scientific knowledge. They argue that the frameworks illustrated in this issue for the evaluation of technology centers and their research are superior to those used for evaluating science centers. Ways to improve the evaluation of research are suggested.
Subjects: Method
Source: New directions for evaluations, no. 118, Summer 2008
Type: Scientific paper
Language: English
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