Humanists most critical of performance measurement
Johan Söderlind and Lars Geschwind have published the article Disciplinary Differences in Academics ’Perceptions of Performance Measurement at Nordic Universities.
The study is based on a survey of academic staff in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. It empirically shows what many have felt, namely that researchers from "hard applied" sciences are most positive to performance measurement, while colleagues from "soft hard" sciences are most negative.
The article can be downloaded here:
Disciplinary Differences in Academics' Perceptions of Performance Measurement at Nordic Universities
Kontakt: Johan Söderlind - email@example.com