Sharing the spoils: the trouble with reputation as a motivation and reward for teamwork

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Slides for a research presentation at the 2014 Science of Team Science conference

Slides for a research presentation at the 2014 Science of Team Science conference

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  • Memoranda of Understanding.

    But not everyone involved in scientific work works for reputation (and almost no one works for reputation alone).
  • Integration removes an object of regard.
    Reputation is about the object of regard. A merging integration removes an object of regard (the paper is left but there is so software to “advertise it”), the user is left with an even more appreciated single object.

    The allegheny and mononahela come together to form the ohio (confluence), but the Ohio merges with the Mississippi.
  • One reason that team science is difficult, one reason that the "industrial organization" of science remains at the master + apprentices, are these qualities of reputation.
  • Goble: more likely to collaborate when they are different.

    Mention systems biology “combine”