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The purpose of this paper is to analyse the relationship between bureaucracy and research performance within Public Research Bodies. The research methodology is applied on a sample of 100 interviewed belonging to 11 institutes of National Research Council of Italy. The main finding is that within Italian Public Research Council there is academic bureaucratization that reduces performance and efficiency of institutes. In fact, institutes have two organizational behaviours: high bureaucracy — low performance and low bureaucracy - high performance. These bureaucratic tendencies are also present in other countries and particularly: the public research labs have an academic bureaucratization because of administrative burden necessary to the governance of the structures, whereas the universities have mainly an administrative bureaucratization generated by the increase of administrative staff in comparison with researchers and faculty.

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://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/1867/1750 . Accessed 4 June 2007. Bessen , J , Meurer , MJ 2008 Patent failure: How judges, bureaucrats, and lawyers put innovators at risk Princeton University Press Princeton, NJ

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meritocracy, bureaucratization and so on). In a previous survey we studied the behavior of Italian researchers who decide to emigrate to another country to ascertain the push and pull factors and to investigate their willingness to return home after a

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. PLoS ONE 3 11 e3804 . Metze , K 2010 Bureaucrats, researchers, editors and the impact factor: A vicious circle that is detrimental to science . Clinics 65 10 937 – 940

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