Academic Cultures, Think Tanks, and the Evaluation of Excellence in Spain, the European Union, and the United States. A Symposium on Michèle Lamont’s. How Professors Think
Santana-Acuña, Álvaro (Harvard University)
Coller, Xavier (Pablo de Olavide University)

Data: 2013
Resum: As we were finalizing the introduction to this symposium in late May, a controversy about the academic evaluation system in Spain made headlines internationally and became the topic of discussion in social media. A thirty-year old Spanish physicist had applied for the Ramón y Cajal scholarship—designed to repatriate national scientists—and his application was rejected. The rejection was not unusual since the Ramón y Cajal committee receives scores of first-rate applications annually. But allegedly, soon after being notified of the rejection, he received the prize for best young experimental physicist in Europe, awarded every other year by the European Physical Society.
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Llengua: Anglès
Document: article ; recerca ; publishedVersion
Publicat a: Papers : revista de sociologia, Vol. 98, Núm. 3 (Juliol-Setembre 2013) , p. 551-557, ISSN 0210-2862

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