Scientific Institutions Efficiency Evaluation Criteria

Original Language Title: Zinātnisko institūciju darba efektivitātes vērtēšanas kritēriji

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/138762

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 499 in Riga, 20 June 2006 (pr. No 33 57) scientific institutions efficiency evaluation criteria Issued in accordance with scientific activity article 13 of the law of the second subparagraph of paragraph 2 is rule 1 determine the scientific institutions of the effectiveness criteria. 2. each scientific authority (hereinafter authority) effectiveness assessed and rated based on the individual expert Commission (hereinafter the Commission). The Commission shall set up and its work is organised by the Latvian Science Council. 3. the Commission shall consist of at least three qualified experts that are included in the Council's database of experts. The Commission shall include only those experts who are not employed in the relevant scientific institutions or otherwise associated with it. 4. Scientific institutions working efficiency evaluation criteria are as follows: 4.1 implement international projects evaluation period and their associated funding (LVL);
4.2. the number of projects implemented during the assessment period and their associated funding (LVL);
4.3. implementation of the work under contract with a company number in the assessment period and their associated private funds (LVL);
4.4. tender for funding assessment period in relation to the national budget allocated to the base funding for evaluation period (ls);
4.5. the linked private sector funding assessment period in relation to the national budget allocated to the base funding for evaluation period (ls);
4.6. international scientific periodicals published anonymously reviewed the number of publications in the assessment period, cited publications and the citation index, including Science Citation Index (SCI), Humanities Citation Index (A&HC) and the social sciences citation index (SSC);
4.7. the scientific periodicals published a number of publications in the assessment period;
4.8. number of scientific monographs issued by the evaluation period;
4.9 international approved or maintain patents, licensing and know-how count assessment period;
4.10. the number of scientists in the assessment period;
4.11. full-time equivalent terms (PL) scientific workers, the number of employees in the assessment period;
4.12. New Scientist (up to 10 years after the doctor's degree) assessment period;
4.13. in other European and international scientific organisations and committees represent the number of scientists in the assessment period;
4.14 International Prize laureate count the assessment period;
4.15. number of the thesis evaluation period;
4.16. the number of master's thesis assessment period. Prime Minister a. Halloween, Minister of education and science Rivž of B.