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Public research funding and evaluation: the performance-based approach
Journal Title: WELFARE E ERGONOMIA 
Author/s: Antonio Zinilli, Andrea Orazio Spinello, Emanuela Reale 
Year:  2019 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  12 Pg. 17-28 FullText PDF:  413 KB
DOI:  10.3280/WE2019-001003
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In recent years the main European governments have given increasing importance to perfor-mance-based research funding systems, namely the assignment of funding on the basis of the ex-ante evaluation of the proposals submitted to a public call and ex post evaluation of the results produced by the organizations of research. Compared to the other countries, Italy stands out for a solid anchorage to institutional funding of historical type.
Keywords: Performance-based funding, research evaluation, research funding, ex-ante evaluation, ex-post evaluation.

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Antonio Zinilli, Andrea Orazio Spinello, Emanuela Reale, Public research funding and evaluation: the performance-based approach in "WELFARE E ERGONOMIA" 1/2019, pp. 17-28, DOI:10.3280/WE2019-001003

   

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