Archives for April, 2020

CASBS Names 38 to 2020-21 Fellows Class
Announcements
April 30, 2020

CASBS Names 38 to 2020-21 Fellows Class

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Gender Plays a Role in Research Impact and Assessment
Impact
April 30, 2020

Gender Plays a Role in Research Impact and Assessment

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Zoom – As It (Didn’t) Happen
Infrastructure
April 29, 2020

Zoom – As It (Didn’t) Happen

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Emergencies: Why Do We Leave It So Late?
Public Policy
April 29, 2020

Emergencies: Why Do We Leave It So Late?

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What Research Made the Most Impact 10 Years Later?

What Research Made the Most Impact 10 Years Later?

Sage 5714 Impact

This year, SAGE will analyze citation data for articles published in SAGE journals in 2009 to find out the most highly cited through the end of 2019. In May, we will present our inaugural 10-Year Impact Awards to the authors of the three papers with the most citations and share helpful insights we learned.

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A Collection: Behavioral Science Insights on Addressing COVID’s Collateral Effects

A Collection: Behavioral Science Insights on Addressing COVID’s Collateral Effects

To help in decisions surrounding the effects and aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, the the journal ‘Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences’ offers this collection of articles as a free resource.

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Hetan Shah on Social Science and the Pandemic

Hetan Shah on Social Science and the Pandemic

“You don’t have to go back many months,” says Hetan Shah, the chief executive of the British Academy, in this Social Science Bites podcast, “for a period when politicians were relatively dismissive of experts – and then suddenly we’ve seen a shift now to where they’ve moved very close to scientists. And generally that’s a very good thing.”

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Q&A About the Science versus Corona Initiative

Q&A About the Science versus Corona Initiative

Scientists at the University of Amsterdam started two platforms. Data versus Corona and Strategies versus Corona, as part of a larger initiative to unite experts from different disciplines to join together in the fight against the coronavirus.

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Pioneer of Mangement Research Methodology: Mark Easterby-Smith, 1948-2020

Pioneer of Mangement Research Methodology: Mark Easterby-Smith, 1948-2020

Mark Easterby-Smith, a pioneer in the creation of research methodology for management studies and co-author of the foundational text of that field, died on April 15 after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was 72.

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Compendium of Research Funders’ Impact Requirements

Compendium of Research Funders’ Impact Requirements

Editor’s Note: This resource will evolve over time. If you’ve seen impact-related language on a grant application and would like to share, […]

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Why Social Science? Because Institutional Racism Exacerbates our Health and Economic Challenges

Why Social Science? Because Institutional Racism Exacerbates our Health and Economic Challenges

Social science can help us in addressing racism, much of it unconscious, in our healthcare, employment, housing, banking, education, and criminal justice systems, which will be critical to meeting health and economic challenges going forward.

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Is Our War with the Environment Leading to Pandemics?

Is Our War with the Environment Leading to Pandemics?

Climate change is undermining human health globally in other profound ways. It’s a risk multiplier, exacerbating our vulnerability to a range of health threats.

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