The global rise in academic authors reporting multiple institutional affiliations reflects the unanticipated influence of research assessment on academia

“Academics reporting to be simultaneously affiliated with multiple organisations is a growing global phenomenon with significant implications for the usefulness and accuracy of research evaluations. Reporting on findings from a new study, Hanna Hottenrott, Michael E Rose and Cornelia Lawson find that much of the recent rise in multiple author affiliation can be linked to research assessment regimes introduced in the mid-2000s …” (more)

[LSE Impact Blog, 21 May]

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