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I am currently a doctoral candidate at INGENIO (CSIC-UPV).  My thesis addresses the effects of the Spanish research evaluation system on the research practices of researchers and university departments in various fields. During my PhD work I have gained considerable experience in qualitative research methods including interviewing, transcribing, coding and analyzing qualitative data. My background is in sociology and communication studies at Salamanca University. Before starting my PhD, I worked at Instituto de Biomecánica Valencia (IBV) in different European projects based on qualitative methods. Currently, as part of national funded research project, I analyses high level policy events according to their performance in gender issues.

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The evaluation of research excellence and the dynamics of knowledge production in the humanities: The case of History in Spain
Carolina Cañibano, Immaculada Vilardell, Carmen Corona, Carlos Benito-Amat, 2018. In: Science and Public Policy.
10.1093/scipol/scy025


Dinámicas organizativas en los departamentos universitarios españoles: Diversidad estratégica y rigideces institucionales
Carolina Cañibano, Carmen Corona, Jordi Molas, Immaculada Vilardell, 2017. In: EKONOMIAZ. Revista vasca de Economía.


Elena Castro, Paula Otero y Carolina Canibaño, investigadoras de INGENIO (CSIC-UPV) han realizado el estudio de base del informe 'Mujeres e Innovación 2020', que fue presentado ayer por la tarde por…

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Assessing micro-level effects of macro-level interventions: a comparison between perceived evaluation pressure and scientific productivity in History
Cañibano, Carolina; Corona, Carmen
23rd International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators
Internationalisation as transformation: trans-national mobility and research careers in the human and social sciences
Cañibano, Carolina; Corona, Carmen; Woolley, Richard
23rd Internacional Conference on Science and Technology Indicators