Research Funding Does Not Seem to Match Research Performance

“From the abstract: ‘Agencies that fund scientific research must choose: is it more effective to give large grants to a few elite researchers, or small grants to many researchers? Large grants would be more effective only if scientific impact increases as an accelerating function of grant size.’ …” (more)

[Constantin Gurdgiev, True Economics, 29 June]

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