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As a part of our state-of-the-art landscaping activities meeting, YERUN has undertaken a full analysis of the H2020 work programmes from SWAFS, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, Research Infrastructure, Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation, to identify calls of relevance to Open Science.
From there, we will identify the funded projects related to the researchers rewards and incentives to practice open science, interventions, metrics and indicators.
Are the SAWFS work programmes the most relevant, with a number of projects on open science, gender, responsible innovation, and research assessment? This is a question that we will explore as a part of our work package 1: State-of-the-Art on an Open Science Ecosystem.
We will conduct (and later update) a state-of-the-art on initiatives and literature to reform research(er) assessment and incentivise and reward Open Science, that will include a stakeholder engagement plan identifying key stakeholders to support the stakeholder input and validation sessions in #WP2 and #WP3 as well as gauging the level of (mis)trust in Open Science in the research community.
The initiatives will include key (1) projects, (2) experts and organisations, (3) networks and schemes.
The literature reviews will focus on (1) research(er) assessment, (2) incentives and rewards, (3) precarity of research careers, (4) gender equality, (5) industry practices.
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