2006 and earlier

2006

Laudel, Grit and Gloria Origgi, 2006: Special Issue on the assessment of interdisciplinary research, Research Evaluation 15(1).

Laudel, Grit, and Jochen Gläser, 2006. Tensions between evaluations and communication practices. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 28 (3): 289-295. pdf

Laudel, Grit, 2006: The art of getting funded: How Scientists adapt to their funding conditions. Science and Public Policy 33 (7) , 489-504. pdf

Laudel, Grit und Gloria Origgi, 2006: Introduction to a Special Issue on the assessment of interdisciplinary research, Research Evaluation 15 (1), 2-4. pdf

Laudel, Grit, 2006: Conclave in the Tower of Babel: How peers review interdisciplinary research proposals. Research Evaluation 15 (1), 57-68. pdf

Laudel, Grit, 2006: The ‘quality myth’: Promoting and hindering conditions for acquiring research funds. Higher Education 52 (3), 375-403. pdf

2005

Gläser, Jochen and Grit Laudel, 2005: Advantages and dangers of ‘remote’ peer evaluation. Research Evaluation 14 (3), 186-198. pdf

Laudel, Grit, 2005: Migration currents among the Scientific Elite. Minerva 43, 377-395. pdf

Laudel, Grit, 2005: Is external research funding a valid indicator for research performance? Research Evaluation 14 (1), 27-34. pdf

2004

Gläser, Jochen and Grit Laudel, 2004: Experteninterviews und qualitative Inhaltsanalyse als Instrumente rekonstruierender Untersuchungen. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissen­schaften, 347pp. (4. Auflage 2010, Koreanische Übersetzung 2012)

Gläser, Jochen and Grit Laudel, 2004: The Sociological description of non-social conditions of research. REPP Discussion Paper 04/2, November. pdf

2003

Laudel, Grit, 2003: Studying the Brain Drain: Can Bibliometric Methods Help? Scientometrics 57 (2), 215-237. pdf

2002

Laudel, Grit, 2002: What do we measure by co-authorships? Research Evaluation 11 (1), 3-15. pdf

Gläser, Jochen, Grit Laudel, Sybille Hinze, and Linda Butler, 2002: Impact of evaluation-based funding on the production of scientific knowledge: What to worry about, and how to find out (Expertise für das BMBF). pdf

2001

Laudel, Grit, 2001: Collaboration, creativity and rewards: why and how scientists collaborate. International Journal of Technology Management 22, 762-781. pdf

Gläser, Jochen and Grit Laudel, 2001: Integrating scientometric indicators into sociological studies: methodical and methodological problems. Scientometrics 52, 411-434. pdf

Laudel, Grit, and Jochen Gläser, 2001: Outsiders, Peers and Stars: Analysing Scientists’ Integration into Scientific communities with Scientometric Indicators. Proceedings of the Second Berlin Workshop on Scientometrics and Informetrics ‘Collaboration in Science and in Technology’, Free University Berlin, Germany, September 1-3, 2000, Berlin: Gesellschaft für Wissenschaftsforschung., 129-141. pdf

2000

Gläser, Jochen und Grit Laudel, 2000: Re-Analyse als Vergleich von Konstruktionsleistungen. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research 1(3). Available at: http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs-texte/3-00/3-00laudelglaeser-e.htm

1999

Laudel, Grit, 1999: Interdisziplinäre Forschungskooperation: Erfolgsbedingungen der Institution ‘Sonderforschungsbereich’. Berlin: Edition Sigma, 278pp.

Laudel, Grit and Jochen Gläser, 1999: Konzepte und empirische Befunde zur Interdisziplinarität: Über einige Möglichkeiten für die Wissenschaftssoziologie, an Arbeiten von Heinrich Parthey anzuschließen. In: Umstätter, Walter und Karl-Friedrich Wessel (Hrsg.): Interdisziplinarität – Herausforderung und Resultat. Bielefeld: Kleine-Verlag, 19-36. pdf

Gläser, Jochen, and Grit Laudel, 1999: Where do the Actants/Mangles Come From? in conference “Sociality/Materiality: The Status of the Object in Social Science”. Brunel University, UK, 9-11 September: WZB Discussion Paper P 99-402, Berlin: Wissenschaftszentum Berlin für Sozialforschung. pdf

Laudel, Grit, 1999: Interdisziplinäre Forschungskooperation: Erfolgsbedingungen der Institution ‘Sonderforschungsbereich’ (Interdisciplinary research collaboration: Promoting conditions of the institution ‚Collaborative Research Centre’). Berlin: Edition Sigma. pdf

1998

Laudel, Grit and Jochen Gläser, 1998: What are Institutional Boundaries and how can They be Overcome? Germany’s Collaborative Research Centres as Boundary-Spanning Networks. WZB discussion paper P 98-401, Berlin: Wissenschaftszentum Berlin für Sozialforschung. pdf

1994

Gläser, Jochen, Bettina Becker, Anne Goedicke, Thomas Hager, Marion Höppner, Astrid Karl, and Grit Laudel, 1994. If People Become Afraid of Your Research Methods. Conflicts over Research Reactors in Berlin and Munich. Uwe Schimank und Andreas Stucke (Hrsg.), Coping with trouble. How Science Reacts to Political Disturbances of Research Conditions. Frankfurt a.M.: Campus,  293 – 332. pdf