Is one “successful” result enough to claim fame in academia?
Legal barriers have been argued to stand in the way for increased sharing of research data. In this post I take a closer look at ownership and transparency of research data within the Swedish legal framework.
Does greater trust come with increased openness? Greater transparency, induced by ICT-generated data, in public institutions may show promise in certain political contexts. In others – namely in democratic environments already enjoying a degree of openness – it can be rather damaging, contrary to popular belief. Increased transparency has become …
Big data are produced at an accelerated speed, and made use of by governments, businesses and research agendas- for good or bad. At the same time “small data” are trapped in individual researchers’ hard drives around the world, for no good reason at all.