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Gender differences in scientific productivity: a persisting phenomenon?
P Van Arensbergen, I Van der Weijden, P Van den Besselaar
Scientometrics 93 (3), 857-868, 2012
2872012
Career satisfaction of postdoctoral researchers in relation to their expectations for the future
I Van der Weijden, C Teelken, M de Boer, M Drost
Higher Education 72, 25-40, 2016
1852016
Temporary contracts: Effect on job satisfaction and personal lives of recent PhD graduates
CJF Waaijer, R Belder, H Sonneveld, CA van Bochove, ...
Higher education 74, 321-339, 2017
1102017
How do young tenured professors benefit from a mentor? Effects on management, motivation and performance
I van der Weijden, R Belder, P Van Arensbergen, P Van Den Besselaar
Higher Education 69, 275-287, 2015
1092015
Determinants of success in academic careers
B Van Balen, P Van Arensbergen, I Van Der Weijden, ...
Higher Education Policy 25, 313-334, 2012
1082012
Competition in science: Links between publication pressure, grant pressure and the academic job market
CJF Waaijer, C Teelken, PF Wouters, ICM van der Weijden
Higher education policy 31, 225-243, 2018
992018
The selection of talent as a group process. A literature review on the social dynamics of decision making in grant panels
P Van Arensbergen, I van der Weijden, P van den Besselaar
Research evaluation 23 (4), 298-311, 2014
652014
Organizational factors influencing scholarly performance: a multivariate study of biomedical research groups
M Verbree, E Horlings, P Groenewegen, I Van der Weijden, ...
Scientometrics 102, 25-49, 2015
572015
Different views on scholarly talent: What are the talents we are looking for in science?
P van Arensbergen, I van der Weijden, P van den Besselaar
Research Evaluation 23 (4), 273-284, 2014
532014
Gender differences in scientific careers: A large-scale bibliometric analysis
H Boekhout, I van der Weijden, L Waltman
arXiv preprint arXiv:2106.12624, 2021
462021
Collaboration and competition in research
P Van den Besselaar, S Hemlin, I Van Der Weijden
Higher Education Policy 25, 263-266, 2012
452012
From bench to bedside: The societal orientation of research leaders: The case of biomedical and health research in the Netherlands
I Van der Weijden, M Verbree, P Van Den Besselaar
Science and Public Policy 39 (3), 285-303, 2012
442012
The role of gender in the employment, career perception and research performance of recent PhD graduates from Dutch universities
CJF Waaijer, H Sonneveld, SE Buitendijk, CA Van Bochove, ...
Plos one 11 (10), e0164784, 2016
402016
Implications of managerial control on performance of Dutch academic (bio) medical and health research groups
I van der Weijden, D de Gilder, P Groenewegen, E Klasen
Research policy 37 (9), 1616-1629, 2008
332008
The employment situations and career prospects of postdoctoral researchers
C Teelken, I Van der Weijden
Employee Relations 40 (2), 396-411, 2018
212018
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on early career researcher activity, development, career, and well-being: the state of the art
IA Lokhtina, M Castelló, AA Lambrechts, E Löfström, MK McGinn, I Skakni, ...
Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education 13 (3), 245-265, 2022
182022
In the eye of the storm: the mental health situation of PhD candidates
LMS Mattijssen, JE Bergmans, ICM van der Weijden, JC Teelken
Perspectives on medical education 10, 71-72, 2021
182021
Academic leadership of high-performing research groups
M Verbree, I van der Weijden, P van den Besselaar
Creativity and leadership in science, technology, and innovation, 113-148, 2014
172014
Evaluation of Research in Context A Quick Scan of an Emerging Field
F Merkx, I Van Der Weijden, AM Oostveen, P Van Den Besselaar, ...
Den Haag: Rathenau Instituut/ERiC, 2007
152007
Generation and life-cycle effects on academic leadership
M Verbree, I van der Weijden, P van den Besselaar
Creativity and leadership in science, technology, and innovation, 149-183, 2014
92014
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