Rossella Salandra is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Management, University of Bath and Visiting Researcher at Imperial College Business School (ICBS).
Her main research focus is on the dissemination of scientific information. At present, she is exploring the selective reporting of research findings in the context of clinical research. She is also interested in the working practices and preferences of academics. In particular, she has engaged in research on academics’ attitudes towards impact and on the impact of journal lists and research quality assessment on academics' practices.
Prior to joining the University of Bath, she was a PhD candidate and Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) scholar in the Innovation & Entrepreneurship department at ICBS.
Before her PhD, she worked for 7 years in the UK as a consultant across a range of sectors, with an emphasis on pharmaceuticals.
Rossella holds a Master's degree, summa cum laude, in Industrial Management Engineering from the University of Padova.
Salandra R, Salter A, Walker JT, 2021, Are Academics Willing to Forgo Citations to Publish in High-Status Journals? Examining Preferences for 4*and 4-Rated Journal Publication Among UK Business and Management Academics, British Journal of Management, ISSN:1045-3172
Criscuolo P, Salandra R, Salter A, 2021, Directing scientists away from potentially biased publications: the role of systematic reviews in health care, Research Policy, Vol:50, ISSN:0048-7333
et al., 2021, Academic engagement: a review of the literature 2011-2019, Research Policy, Vol:50, ISSN:0048-7333
et al., 2019, What Influences Business Academics' Use of the Association of Business Schools (ABS) List? Evidence From a Survey of UK Academics, British Journal of Management, Vol:30, ISSN:1045-3172, Pages:730-747
et al., 2019, The impact of journal re-grading on perception of ranking systems: Exploring the case of the Academic Journal Guide and Business and Management scholars in the UK, Research Evaluation, Vol:28, ISSN:0958-2029, Pages:218-231