6 million for CFA professor
Jesper Wiborg Schneider has received a DKK 5.98 million grant from The Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation for his project about research integrity.
Professor Jesper Wiborg Schneider at The Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy has received a DKK 5.98 million grant for at project about research integrity. The project title is PRINT: Practices, Perceptions, and Patterns of Research Integrity.
The aim of the project is to provide a detailed mapping and improved contextualised understandings of the current state of research practices and integrity in Denmark, and subsequently to utilize the acquired knowledge to support efforts to strengthen integrity such as the recent Danish Code of Conduct.
Questionable research practices (QRP) will be in focus. The project will identify and characterise different QRPs across all major research fields and will examine potential mechanisms behind such QRPs, e.g. various kinds of incentives.
Integrity in Danish research cannot be examined in isolation; the project will therefore frame the Danish case in an international setting. To accomplish this, the project consists of three inter-related work packages, where we first elucidate the current knowledge base in relation to integrity and QRPs.
Subsequently a large-scale comparative international survey is performed where perceptions, prevalence and potential causes of QRP are examined.
Finally, survey results are supplemented and contrasted by scrutinizing scientific publications for markers of QRPs using ‘meta-research’ analyses.
(The text is taken from the PRINT project description.)
- The Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy is an interdisciplinary centre at the Department of Political Science, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University.