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Has the introduction of the Bibliometric Research Indicator affected the status and priority of other tasks, most notably teaching and knowledge dissemination activities? Based on researchers’ self-reported weekly working hours and how their time allocation has changed, there are no indications of teaching activities being given a lower priority. On the contrary, research time has decreased while time spent on teaching activities has increased. However, these results indicate that efforts to disseminate research results may have been reduced as a consequence of the BRI and how it has been implemented locally.
KeywordsEffort substitution Time allocation
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