Should Publication be the Only Means of Assessment?

Patra, Bichitra Nanda; Sarkar, Siddharth
January 2013
Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine;Jan-Mar2013, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p107
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the controversies that surround research publications. It states that publications are being used as a basis of assessment for granting research funding, recruitment into faculty positions, and promotions. It mentions that bigger number of publications means greater recognition and better opportunities.


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