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Title: Non-Publishers in European Universities
Authors: Kwiek, Marek
Keywords: non-publishers
academic stratification
low research performers
research productivity
academic productivity
academic publishing
publishing patters
academic publications
research non-performers
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: International Higher Education, issue 82, pp. 1-3, 2015.
Abstract: In a traditional account of the scientific community, full-time academics employed in European universities who do not conduct research, should not be regarded as part of the scientific community. No publications means no research. And no research does not fit the profile of the European university sector. Or does it? There are a few hundred thousand non-publishers across European universities. Is non-publishing increasingly becoming compatible with academic work in current massified universities? The data reported here are drawn from eleven European countries involved in the “Changing Academic Profession” (CAP) and “Academic Profession in Europe” (EUROAC) surveys: Austria, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. We only analyzed the subsample (N = 8,886) of full-time academics working at universities and involved in research.
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