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Publishing scores 2014

Post-doc. and fresh professor tops publishing chart

A post-doc. and a freshly appointed professor has yesteryears highest publishing scores at the Department of Comparative Politics. One of them was the seventh most publishing academic at the University of Bergen.

Michael Tatham og Gyda Marås Sindre represents the Department of Compartive Politics on the chart of highest publishing scores in 2014.
Michael Tatham og Gyda Marås Sindre represents the Department of Compartive Politics on the chart of highest publishing scores in 2014.

The university news site På høyden published the list of last years 100 most publishing academics at the University of Bergen on Friday, August 21.

In the list, two members of the Department of Comparative Politics’ academic staff stands out. The first is post-doc. Gyda Marås Sindre, who has entered the list with two top-level publications in respectively Party Politics and Forum for Development Studies.

See post-doc. Gyda Marås Sindre’s profile and list of publications here.

The new professor topping the chart
As might seem duly for the most newly appointed professor at the Department of Comparative Politics, Michaël Robert Tatham is the second to stand out in the list.

With a total of eight published articles and papers, Tatham received a total publication score of 9,5. This positions him as the most publishing academic at the Department of Comparative Politics and number seven in the list of most publishing academics at the University of Bergen.

See professor Michaël Robert Tatham’s profile and list of publications here.