International cooperation and perception (of ERC Starting Grant applicants)

Rimmert C, Winterhager M (2015)
In: MERCI (Monitoring European Research Council‘s Implementation of Excellence): Evaluation report on the impact of the ERC Starting Grant programme. Huber N, Wegener A, Neufeld J (Eds); iFQ-Working Paper, 16. 87-101.

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Huber, Nathalie ; Wegener, Antje ; Neufeld, Jörg
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In order to look at the internationality of ERC Starting Grant applicants (and differences between the groups of approved vs. rejected applicants) two aspects of internationality have been analysed: international cooperation and international perception. Our results show that for both aspects approved applicants achieve higher indicator values than their rejected counterparts. These results are not influenced by different distributions over research fields or by an overly restrictive definition of internationality in the case of international cooperation. A comparison of time periods (before and after the ERC funding decision) with respect to international cooperation showed that the respective values are rising over time for both groups of StG applicants, but there is no statistically significant difference in the level of the rise between approved and rejected applicants. Due to the fact that the set of publications is limited from the publication year 2003 to the publication year 2011 (implying that the time period after receiving the StG is rather short) it would be appropriate to investigate this effect again at a later stage.
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Rimmert C, Winterhager M. International cooperation and perception (of ERC Starting Grant applicants). In: Huber N, Wegener A, Neufeld J, eds. MERCI (Monitoring European Research Council‘s Implementation of Excellence): Evaluation report on the impact of the ERC Starting Grant programme. iFQ-Working Paper. Vol 16. 2015: 87-101.
Rimmert, C., & Winterhager, M. (2015). International cooperation and perception (of ERC Starting Grant applicants). In N. Huber, A. Wegener, & J. Neufeld (Eds.), iFQ-Working Paper: Vol. 16. MERCI (Monitoring European Research Council‘s Implementation of Excellence): Evaluation report on the impact of the ERC Starting Grant programme (pp. 87-101).
Rimmert, C., and Winterhager, M. (2015). “International cooperation and perception (of ERC Starting Grant applicants)” in MERCI (Monitoring European Research Council‘s Implementation of Excellence): Evaluation report on the impact of the ERC Starting Grant programme, ed. N. Huber, A. Wegener, and J. Neufeld iFQ-Working Paper, vol. 16, 87-101.
Rimmert, C., & Winterhager, M., 2015. International cooperation and perception (of ERC Starting Grant applicants). In N. Huber, A. Wegener, & J. Neufeld, eds. MERCI (Monitoring European Research Council‘s Implementation of Excellence): Evaluation report on the impact of the ERC Starting Grant programme. iFQ-Working Paper. no.16 pp. 87-101.
C. Rimmert and M. Winterhager, “International cooperation and perception (of ERC Starting Grant applicants)”, MERCI (Monitoring European Research Council‘s Implementation of Excellence): Evaluation report on the impact of the ERC Starting Grant programme, N. Huber, A. Wegener, and J. Neufeld, eds., iFQ-Working Paper, vol. 16, 2015, pp.87-101.
Rimmert, C., Winterhager, M.: International cooperation and perception (of ERC Starting Grant applicants). In: Huber, N., Wegener, A., and Neufeld, J. (eds.) MERCI (Monitoring European Research Council‘s Implementation of Excellence): Evaluation report on the impact of the ERC Starting Grant programme. iFQ-Working Paper. 16, p. 87-101. (2015).
Rimmert, Christine, and Winterhager, Matthias. “International cooperation and perception (of ERC Starting Grant applicants)”. MERCI (Monitoring European Research Council‘s Implementation of Excellence): Evaluation report on the impact of the ERC Starting Grant programme. Ed. Nathalie Huber, Antje Wegener, and Jörg Neufeld. 2015.Vol. 16. iFQ-Working Paper. 87-101.
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