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From the committee charge The drive towards more transparency and accountability in the academic world has created a "culture of numbers" in which institutions and individuals believe that fair decisions can be reached by algorithmic evaluation of some statistical data; unable to measure quality (the ultimate goal), decision-makers replace quality by numbers that they can measure. This trend calls for comment from those who professionally "deal with numbers"-mathematicians and statisticians.doi:10.34193/ei-a-6322 fatcat:kqtlxupdtrc75lzuhituzc23a4