@rchiveSIC :: [sic_00965272, version 1] Open access et SHS: controverses
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Abstract [from Google's English]: After recalling the genesis and live news Open Access to scientific publications, this article attempts to discuss the pressing under the specificities of research in the humanities and social sciences political order. Noting that public policies are developed mainly by characteristics borrowed from biomedical sciences, technology or nature, the author attempts to discuss the relevance of advanced assumptions, including the barrier of access to knowledge, issues innovation and growth, the return on public investment, the issue of open data and data mining. The contribution highlights the risks of an unmeasured for editing humanities and social sciences and outline possible scenarios according to public policies decided digital transformation.
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