Альтернативное рецензирование: новые подходы к экспертной оценке

Бирюков А., Вейклинг Д.Р., Бартолини К., Казати Ф., Маркезе М., Мирыленка К., Осман Н., Рагонэ А., Сиерра К., Вассеф А.
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В этой статье мы рассмотрим несколько новых подходов к оценке результатов исследований. Сначала вкратце опишем суть экспертной оценки и показатели, которые используются для оценки эффективности, затем ‒ возникающие противоречия и качество такого типа оценки в целом. Мы остановимся на 5 подходах, которые включают и экспертизу, основанную на репутации (ее продвигает проект LiquidPub и команды ученых, которые сотрудничают с ним).

Эти подходы являются либо альтернативой рецензированию, либо дополняют традиционную экспертную оценку. Мы обсудим все плюсы и минусы предлагаемых подходов и поговорим о будущем экспертной оценки. Мы считаем, что ни одна из существующих систем в научном сообществе не может удовлетворить запросы всех заинтересованных сторон.

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Бирюков А., Вейклинг Д.Р., Бартолини К., Казати Ф. и др. Альтернативное рецензирование: новые подходы к экспертной оценке // Научная периодика: проблемы и решения. – С. 15-34. – doi: 10.18334/np51164

Biryukov, A., Veykling, D.R., Bartolini, K., Kazati, F., Markeze, M., Mirylenka, K., Osman, N., Ragone, A., Sierra, K., & Vassef, A. Alternatives to peer review: novel approaches for research evaluation. Scholarly Communication Review , 15-34. doi: 10.18334/np51164 (in Russian)

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