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A qualitative and multicriteria assessment of scientists: the case study of INRAE, France

Une évaluation multicritères et qualitative des chercheurs à INRAE, France

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Abstract

Psychosociology theories indicate that individual evaluation is part of the recognition of professional activities. Following Christophe Dejours conclusions, this recognition is shaped by two complementary judgments: the "utility" judgment given by the hierarchy and the "beauty" judgment given by the peers. The aim of this paper is to explain how at INRAE individual assessment of scientists is operated, following a qualitative and multicriteria-based process by peers, that provides congrats and advices to the assessed scientists (the "beauty" judgment). We explain as well how INRAE regularly adapts this process to the evolution of research pratices, such as interdisciplinarity or open science, since assessment requires to be in phase with how research activities are performed.
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hal-03890041 , version 1 (08-12-2022)

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Denis Tagu, Francoise Boudet-Bône, Camille Brard, Edith Legouy, Frédéric Gaymard. A qualitative and multicriteria assessment of scientists: the case study of INRAE, France. 2022. ⟨hal-03890041⟩
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