This paper analyses whether there is national and international knowledge transfer in the creative industry of conservation and restoration of paintings. Continue reading National And International Knowledge Transfers When Using Technology On The Conservation & Restoration Of Paintings
Extended Abstract – MINING NOVEL DATA SOURCES session at “1st Global TechMining Conference” 2011
Author(s): Abdullah Gök and Philip Shapira (University of Manchester)
This paper examines the effect of differential and multiple funding on the quality of science in the Czech Republic. We explore several propositions. Firstly, we investigate whether European Union research sponsorship is changing the field orientation of Czech science, compared with the structural long-term trend of change since 1980. Secondly, we ask whether the European Union research sponsorship has had a positive influence on the quality of Czech scientific papers compared with other national and international funding sources. Our measures of quality include accrued citations and journal impact factors. Continue reading Upgrading the Quality of Science: Does Funding Source Matter?