Agenda Dissemination Meeting

By 21 January 2020

ENRESSH organizes a dissemination meeting in Paris on February 18. Our stakeholders are very welcome to join us and to learn about our results! The agenda can be found below and downloaded here. If you would like to attend the meeting, please register here.



Dissemination meeting

Paris, 18 of February 2020

If you would like to attend the ENRESSH Meeting in Paris, please register via the registration form by 10 February 2020.

Participation in the meeting is free of charge.


Université Sorbonne Nouvelle
Institut du Monde anglophone
5, rue de l’École de Médecine
75006 PARIS


18th of February, 2020

Dissemination Event


10h0010h30           Opening of the event by Mrs. Monica DIETL, former director of COST and Mr. Jamil Jean-Marc DAKHLIA, president of the Université Sorbonne-Nouvelle

10h3010h45           Research evaluation for the benefit of society (Emanuel Kulczycki)

10h4512h45           ENRESSH toolbox for SSH policy community

                                    Chair: Jack Spaapen

 Evaluation as a tool to achieve policies

  • Michael Ochsner: Aligning research evaluation with clear policy goals: risks and opportunities
  • Paul Benneworth: How to provide structures and incentives to foster impactful research

Improving research information systems

  • Linda Sīle: National bibliographic databases for research evaluation: the knowns and the unknowns
  • Elea Gimenez-Toledo and Gunnar Sivertsen: ABP, the register of Academic Book Publishers

Internationality and locality: Opposition or a winning team?

  • Janne Pölönen: The Helsinki Initiative on Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication
  • Jon Holm: Peer Review, language, national and international communities

 12h4514h00           Lunch

 14:00–16:00             ENRESSH tips for SSH research community

Chair: Emanuel Kulczycki

Evaluation and publication strategy

  • Tim Engels & Emanuel Kulczycki: Diversity of publication patterns and its implications for evaluation
  • Marc Vanholsbeeck: How to promote open science
  • Julia Olmos Peñuela: Managing the tensions of rigour and relevance in output evaluation

Evaluation and career

  •  Ginevra Peruginelli: Diversity of evaluation systems
  • Marc Vanholsbeeck: Early career investigators and evaluation in SSH: Opportunities and threats

Role as evaluators

  • Michael Ochsner: Identifying research quality
  • Raf Guns & Marek Hołowiecki: Ambiguity, labelling and questionable practices in peer review