Relevant Publications

P. A. David, “Understanding the Emergence of Open Science Institutions: Functionalist Economics in Historical Context” Industrial and Corporate Change, 13(4), August 2004: pp.571-589. [Link to Publication]

P. A. David and M. Spence, “Designing Institutional Infrastructures for e-Science,” (with M. Spence), Ch. 5 in Legal and Policy Framework for e-Research, Brian Fitzgerald, ed., Sydney, Australia: University of Sydney Press, 2008 [Pre-publication versioin available as SIEPR Discussion Paper No. 07-023, Link to Publication]

P. A. David, M. den Besten and R. Schroeder, “Collaborative Research in e-Science and Open Access to Information,” Ch. 4 in The International Handbook of eResearch, Edited by J. Hunsinger, M. Allen and L. Klastrup, New York and Berlin: Springer Verlag, 2010. [Pre-publication version available as SIEPR Discussion Paper No.021 (January) 2009, Link to Publication]

P. A. David, “Breaking Anti-Commons Constraints on Global Scientific Research: More Smooth Moves in ‘Legal Jujitsu’,” Ch. 23 in National Research Council, Sharing Research Data and Information – A Symposium, edited by Paul H. Uhlir, National Academy Press: Washington, DC, 2011. [Link to Publication]

Donoho et al. “Reproducible Research in Computational Harmonic Analysis,”. IEEE Computing in Science and Engineering, 11(1), January 2009, p.8-18. [Link to Publication]

F. Mueller-Langer, and M. Scheufen. “Academic Publishing and Open Access (revised version forthcoming).” in: Handke, Christian and Ruth Towse (eds.), Handbook of the Digital Creative Economy, Edward Elgar, 2013 [Link to publication]

F. Mueller-Langer, and P. A. Versbach. “Open Access to Data: An Ideal Professed but Not Practised.” RatSWD Working Paper Series No. 215, 2013. [Link to publication]

V. Stodden, “The Scientific Method in Practice: Reproducibility in the Computational Sciences”, MIT Sloan Research Paper No. 4773-10, submitted. [Link to Publication]

V. Stodden, “Open Science: Policy Implications for the Growing Phenomenon of User-Led Scientific Innovation,” Journal of Science Communication, 9(1), 2010. [Link to Publication]

V. Stodden, “Enabling Reproducible Research: Open Licensing For Scientific Innovation”, winner of the Access to Knowledge Kaltura prize, International Journal of Communications Law and Policy, Issue 13, 2009. [Link to Publication]

S. Vlaeminck. “Data Management in Scholarly Journals and Possible Roles for Libraries — Some Insights from EDaWaX”, LIBER Quarterly, The Journal of the Association of European Research Libraries. 2013. [Link to publication]

Yale Roundtable Participants, “Reproducible Research: Addressing the Need for Data and Code Sharing in Computational Science,” IEEE Computing in Science and Engineering, 12(5), pp. 8-13, Sep/Oct 2010. [Link to Publication]

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