Ideal science, epistemic landscapes, competition models and the politics of science: Different theoretical lenses on science funding.
Summarises academic arguments for funding science by lottery, and compares these to real implementations of the policy.
Expanding on the policy implications of the model results in my PhD thesis.
Extension of the model developed in my PhD thesis.
Popular version of the argument made in my PhD thesis.
Early quick overview of the argument made in my PhD thesis.
Agent-based simulations of hypothetical research communities show random allocation can outperform selection by potential merit under certain conditions.
Agent-based simulation of a community of investigators on an epistemic landscape with a central source of funding.
A comment on "From funding agencies to scientific agency" by Bollen et al.