Ewaluacja jednostek naukowych z perspektywy podatnika

Dominik Antonowicz

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The main aim of this article is to analyze the foundation and rule of research performance evaluation of academic units in Poland. In doing so, the paper provocatively takes the taxpayper’s perspective on examining different models of research assessment exercise. A special attention is paid to the market-state, the concept of New Public Management and evaluative model of public policy. It begins with presentation of the economic, political and historical circumstances that led to establishing the market-state and evaluative model of policy. Elaborating on circumstance under which governments across the world introduced more liberal approach to the public policy, the analysis shows how the academic community responds to these changes. In the next step the paper explores the evaluative model of public policy in research and also lists a wide range of benefits for the tax payer that can be obtained from applying this model. In the final section, the author argues the modern welfare state might be put under strong political and economic pressure to cut spending on science and higher education unless the latter can provide solid evidence that they do use public funds effectively. As a conclusion, the paper present seven major guidelines for evaluation of research performance of academic units in Poland.


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public policy; higher education; evaluation; New Public Management

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