Scholarly Metrics in Research Assessment

Scholarly metrics play a significant role in the way scientists and their research are assessed for funding, hiring, and promotion. This panel discussion features three experts on science, technology, and innovation policy; the economics of science; and the science of science, who will present their perspectives on scholarly metrics in research.


Diana Hicks, Professor in the School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology;

Paula Stephan, Professor of Economics, Georgia State University;

Jevin West, Associate Professor in the Information School, and Director of the Center for an Informed Public, Washington University


Manolis Antonoyiannakis, Associate Editor/Bibliostatistics Analyst, American Physical Society