Olof Hallonsten

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Hallonsten, O. and O. Christensson (2017). "Collaborative technological innovation in an academic, user-oriented Big Science facility." Forthcoming in Industry and Higher Education.

Perez Vico, E. and O. Hallonsten (2017). "A resource- and impact-based micro-level conceptualization of collaborative academic work." Forthcoming in Aslib Journal of Information Management.

Heinze, T., Hallonsten, O. and S. Heinecke (2017). "Turning the Ship: The Transformation of DESY, 1993-2009." Forthcoming in Physics in Perspective.

Hallonsten, O. (2017). "The third sector of R&D: Literature review, basic analysis, and research agenda." Forthcoming in Prometheus.

Gribbe, J. and O. Hallonsten (2017). "The emergence and growth of materials science in Swedish universities." Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 47(4): 459-493.

Hallonsten, O. (2016). Use and productivity of contemporary, multidisciplinary Big Science." Research Evaluation 25(4): 486-495.

Hallonsten, O. and T. Heinze (2015). "Formation and Expansion of a New Organizational Field in Experimental Science." Science and Public Policy 42(6): 841-854.

Heinze, T., Hallonsten, O. and S. Heinecke (2015). "From Periphery to Center: Synchrotron Radiation at DESY, Part II: 1977–1993." Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 45(4): 513-548.

Hallonsten, O. (2015). "Unpreparedness and risk in Big Science policy: Sweden and the European Spallation Source." Science and Public Policy 42(3): 415-426.

Heinze, T., Hallonsten, O. and S. Heinecke (2015). "From Periphery to Center: Synchrotron Radiation at DESY, Part I: 1962–1977." Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 45(3): 447-492.

Heidler, R. and O. Hallonsten (2015). "Qualifying the performance evaluation of Big Science beyond productivity, impact and costs." Scientometrics 104(1): 295-312.

Holmberg, D. and O. Hallonsten (2015). "Policy reform and academic drift: Research mission and institutional legitimacy in the development of the Swedish higher education system 1977-2012." European Journal of Higher Education 5(2): 181–196.

Hallonsten, O. (2015). "The parasites: Synchrotron radiation at SLAC, 1972-1992." Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 45(2): 217-272.

Hallonsten, O. (2014). "How scientists may ‘benefit from the mess’: A resource dependence perspective on individual organizing in contemporary science." Social Science Information 53(3): 341-362.

Hallonsten, O. and O. Hugander (2014). "Supporting ‘future research leaders’ in Sweden: Institutional isomorphism and inadvertent funding agglomeration." Research Evaluation 23(3): 249-260.

Hallonsten, O. (2014). "How expensive is Big Science? Consequences of using simple publication counts in performance assessment of large scientific facilities." Scientometrics 100(2): 483-496.

Hallonsten, O. and T. Heinze (2013). "From particle physics to photon science: Multidimensional and multilevel renewal at DESY and SLAC." Science and Public Policy 40(5): 591-603.

Hallonsten, O. (2013). "Introducing 'facilitymetrics': A first review and analysis of commonly used measures of scientific leadership among synchrotron radiation facilities worldwide." Scientometrics 96(2): 497-513.

Hallonsten, O. and D. Holmberg (2013). "Analyzing structural stratification in the Swedish higher education system: data contextualization with policy-history analysis." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 64(3): 574-586.

Hallonsten, O. (2012). "Continuity and change in the politics of European scientific collaboration." Journal of Contemporary European Research 8(3): 300-318.

Hallonsten, O. and C. Silander (2012). "Commissioning the university of excellence: Swedish research policy and new public research funding programs." Quality in Higher Education 18(3): 367-381.

Hallonsten, O. (2012). "Seeking alternative researcher identities in newcomer academic institutions in Sweden." Higher Education Management and Policy 24(1): 69-86.

Jacob, M. and O. Hallonsten (2012). "The persistence of big science and megascience in research and innovation policy." Science and Public Policy 39(4): 411-415.

Hallonsten, O. and T. Heinze (2012). "Institutional persistence through gradual adaptation: analysis of national laboratories in the USA and Germany." Science and Public Policy 39(4): 450-463.

Hallonsten, O. (2011). "Growing Big Science in a Small Country: MAX-lab and the Swedish Research Policy System." Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences 41(2): 179-215.