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Governing by carrot and stick: a genealogy of the incentive
Managers, politicians and scientists frequently use the term ‘incentive’ in their explanations of human action. At the same time, individuals in the public and private sectors are now governed withExpand
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Algorithmic Allocation: Untangling Rival Considerations of Fairness in Research Management
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Algorithmic allocation is a form of data-driven automated reasoning that enables university administrators to calculate the overall research budget of a department without engaging in a detailed qualitative assessment of the current content and future potential of its research activities. Expand
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Concerned Markets: Economic Ordering for Multiple Value
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Making researchers responsible: attributions of responsibility and ambiguous notions of culture in research codes of conduct
Background: Research codes of conduct offer guidance to researchers with respect to which values should be realized in research practices, how these values are to be realized, and what the respectiveExpand
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Expanding Research Integrity: A Cultural-Practice Perspective
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We argue that alongside these two subjects, a third one merits further attention: the culture or practice in which researchers do their work. Expand
Power and discipline in transitions: Michel Foucault
How wonderful it would be to have the philosopher most cited within the social sciences, Michel Foucault, shed light on the still largely Dutch phenomenon of ‘transition management’. This wouldExpand
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