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How “ Publish or Perish ” Can Become “ Publish and Perish ” in the Age of Objective Assessment of Scientific Quality

@inproceedings{Dani2019HowP,
  title={How “ Publish or Perish ” Can Become “ Publish and Perish ” in the Age of Objective Assessment of Scientific Quality},
  author={Erzs{\'e}bet Dani},
  year={2019}
}
The point I wish to make is not what we all know: that the methods to assess the quality of research achievement are controversial. I do not wish to call into question the raison d’être of scientometric approach, its methodology or its particular indicators either. Nor am I aiming at coming up with systematic solutions of the contradictions (although I hope to offer some thoughts in that direction later below). Many have called and keep calling attention to the rigid and uniform application of… 
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