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J.W. Fedderke and M. Velez
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Published on Mar 1, 2015in Research Policy5.42
J.W. Fedderke and M. Velez1
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M. Goldschmidt1
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(PSU: Pennsylvania State University)
In this study we evaluate whether a substantial increase in public funding to researchers is associated with a material difference in their productivity. We compare performance measures of researchers who were granted substantial funding against researchers with similar scholarly standing who did not receive such funding. We find that substantial funding is associated with raised researcher performance – though the increase is moderate, is strongly conditional on the quality of the researcher wh...
Published on Jan 1, 2014
J.W. Fedderke and M. Velez1
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Does knowledge and innovation need to come with a big price tag? The question of resource allocation to research is of perennial concern for management of both public and private entities. In this study we evaluate whether a substantial increase in public funding to researchers makes a material difference to their productivity. To do so, we compare performance measures of researchers who were granted substantial funding against researchers with similar scholarly standing who did not receive such...
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