Provided by Leonhard Dobusch, University of Innsbruck
Guiding questions: How important is open science for fighting Covid19? How are scientific practices and structures affected by the Covid19 pandemic? What is the role of big pharma in responding to the crisis?
Denis, J., & Goëta, S. (2017). Rawification and the careful generation of open government data. Social Studies of Science, 47(5), 604-629. PDF
Perkmann, M., & Schildt, H. (2015). Open data partnerships between firms and universities: The role of boundary organizations. Research Policy, 44(5), 1133-1143. PDF via Journal
Contemporary news article
Kupferschmidt, K. (2020). ‘A Completely new Culture of Doing Research.’ Coronavirus Outbreak Changes how Scientists Communicate, Sciencemag, February 26.
Search for an open science project on COVID19 and assess what is good/problematic about it based on what you have learned about open science (max. 400 words).
Dobusch, L., & Heimstädt, M. 2019. Predatory publishing in management research: A call for open peer review. Management Learning, 50(5), 607-619. PDF
Dietz, T., Ostrom, E., & Stern, P. C. 2008. The struggle to govern the commons. Sciencemag, 302(December): 611–622. Access via Google Scholar