Belgium-Brussels: Study on open science: monitoring trends and drivers
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
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Section II: Object
Study on open science: monitoring trends and drivers
The proposed study will build on existing evidence collected by the pilot open science monitor as well as other relevant and available studies. The open science monitor provided a first analysis of trends, drivers, barriers and incentives to open science in Europe. It also makes available, tests and applies a methodology for the collection of hard empirical data on open science trends. Based on this preparatory work, the contractors will design, draft, execute and deliver a full-fledged monitoring system in order to determine open science scope, nature, impacts on science and scientific knowledge, and its socio-economic impacts. In turn, this will provide an evidence-based view of evolution of open science. It should be able to facilitate policy making.
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Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
Section VI: Complementary information
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