Open Science for Responsible Innovation in Australia: Understanding the Expectations and Priorities of Scientists and Researchers | Justine Lacey et al. | Journal of Responsible Innovation, August 6, 2020

This paper presents results from a survey of 171 Australian scientists and other professionals on their expectations of transparency and openness in research practices. Its results suggest transparency and openness ought to be furthered not only by researchers, but also research funding agencies.

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Pablo Markin 4 months ago

What this paper seems to underscore is that transitioning to Open Science is not likely to occur to a significant extent, if agencies responsible for research funding and dissemination do not collaborate with scholarly stakeholders, to create preconditions, mechanisms and infrastructures that promote Open Access to knowledge, findings and data across various disciplines.