CFP workshop on Methodological Issues in Using Curricula Vitae
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11th International Conference on Scientometrics and Informetrics
<http://issi2007.cindoc.csic.es/> ISSI 2007 site Madrid, 25-27 June
Methodological Issues in Using Curricula Vitae for Research Evaluation and
Science Policy Analysis ISSI Conference, Madrid , June 28th
Call for papers and presentations
A wealth of information is provided in most curricula vitae (CVs).
Recently, research studies have demonstrated the utility of these data for a
wide range of applications. Currently, policy-makers in Brazil , Spain , the
United States , New Zealand and Argentina (among others) have begun to
collect CVs for the express purpose of research evaluation or science policy
analysis. Moreover, a second generation of CV studies has recently begun,
using more powerful analysis tools and more comprehensive data.
Despite theoretical and methodological progress, the newness of CV analysis
implies that many technical problems remain to be solved. For example, the
coding of the information and its entry into a database is not at all
We invite authors to submit short papers (maximum 2000 words) or
presentations that contribute to the methodological discussion and progress
in the use of CVs as a source of data. The workshop will particularly focus
on assessing the current state-of-the-art in this recent and rapidly
evolving field of inquiry. Substantively, the research focus will especially
emphasize the use of CV's for research evaluation, analysis of career
trajectories, assessing the impacts of grants and grants on researchers'
productivity, collaboration, and mobility.
Submissions: Please send your contributions to Barry Bozeman (email:
<mailto:bbozeman at uga.edu%20> bbozeman at uga.edu ) by March 25th. Submissions
should include full short papers (max 2000 words) or full presentations,
author(s)' name, affiliation and contact details.
Important dates: Deadline for short papers or presentations submission:
Acceptance decision: April 3
Early <http://issi2007.cindoc.csic.es/> registration deadline: April 15
Deadline for revised paper or presentation submission: May 20
University of Georgia
Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Chair: Ulf Sandstrom, Linkoping University ( Sweden )
Juan Rogers ( USA )
Tim Turpin, University of Western Sydney ( Australia )
Monica Gaughan ( USA )
Dag Aksnes, NIFU/STEP, ( Norway )
Julia Melkers, University of Illinois ( USA )
Selection of Papers
Papers will be selected using double-blind peer review, administered by the
committee chair. Note that papers already accepted by the main conference
may not be re-given in the workshops but such papers might be transferred to
workshops if requested by the organizers of ISSI or the authors.
Updated information concerning the workshop program is posted at
Thursday, June 28, 9AM 1 PM (4 hours, 1 break)
To be announced from the ISSI2007 Organizers.
Workshop fee per participant
Early bird <http://issi2007.cindoc.csic.es/> registration fee (until April
25) is 75 Euro. Thereafter it is 100 Euro. This fee should be paid by all
participants and covers services provided by the ISSI2007 Organizers:
IT facilities (computer, internet access and projector ) ,
Coffee at break and post-workshop lunch
copying of the Workshop Proceedings/Notes (spiral bound)
Workshop participants should also register for the ISSI2007 general meeting.
The ISSI2007 organizing committee will photocopy and assemble Workshop
Notes, with a front page and list of committee members, reviewers and
participants. This will not abridge rights to submit papers to publishers or
journals. Instructions will follow about proper format for papers presented
at the workshop.
KTH Industriell dynamik
100 44 Stockholm
581 83 Linköping
ulfsa at tema.liu.se
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