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Using bibliometrics to gauge research quality

Systematic assessments of the research performance of academic institutions are increasingly common around the world. A key question for the design of such systems is whether and how bibliometrics should be incorporated. This column investigates the design of research assessment by simulating composite academic departments comprising researchers of varying quality. The results suggest that bibliometrics can perform well at identifying quality in some fields, while providing cost-effective and transparent review.
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