The Netherlands’ plan on open science
Open science monitor case study - Study
This case study reports activities outlined in the Netherlands Plan for Open Science (NPOS) according to its three key ambitions for open science: (1) 100% open access to publications, (2) making research data optimally suitable for reuse and (3) corresponding evaluation and valuation systems to recognize and reward researchers. Barriers and impact of the NPOS were identified and discussed using secondary data and sources. The report concludes with lessons learnt and policy conclusions, calling for transparent individual and institutional periodical and systematic reporting for further... analysis.
- Corporate author(s): Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (European Commission)
- Personal author(s): Meijer, Ingeborg; Chan, Tung Tung
- Other authors: ESADE,Lisbon Council,CWTS,Elsevier Themes: Research policy and organisation
- Subject: case study , Netherlands , open access publishing , open science , research policy , research results