Posts Results for tag: Elsevier

Decolonizing scholarly data and publishing infrastructures

By: Angela Okune, University of California, Irvine This post was originally published here as part of the LSE Citing Africa podcast series. In the post, former OCSDNet Network coordinator, Angela Okune argues that the existing infrastructures of scholarship, both technological and institutional, are re-entrenching the dominance of research from and for a western audience. Corporate […]

The Rise of Big Publishers in Development and What is at Stake

English | Español (English) By: Denisse Albornoz Earlier this year, I attended Publishers for Development (PfD), a conference that gathers librarians, researchers, development officers and international scientific publishers to develop common understandings around the research challenges, needs, and priorities of the Global South. The conference was hosted by INASP, an international development charity working in Latin America, […]