Evaluations and evaluators in Horizon 2020: Report on an analysis among Danish evaluators

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Evaluations and evaluators in Horizon 2020 : Report on an analysis among Danish evaluators. / Hansen, Torben Høøck.

Copenhagen, 2019. 48 p.

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Hansen, TH 2019, Evaluations and evaluators in Horizon 2020: Report on an analysis among Danish evaluators. Copenhagen.

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Hansen, T. H. (2019). Evaluations and evaluators in Horizon 2020: Report on an analysis among Danish evaluators. Copenhagen.

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Hansen TH. Evaluations and evaluators in Horizon 2020: Report on an analysis among Danish evaluators. Copenhagen, 2019. 48 p.

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Hansen, Torben Høøck. / Evaluations and evaluators in Horizon 2020 : Report on an analysis among Danish evaluators. Copenhagen, 2019. 48 p.

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