The OIS Conference 2019 in Vienna focused on the discussion about open and collaborative approaches to generating and disseminating scientific research.
The conference aimed at mapping the research landscape and outlining future research opportunities on the antecedents, consequences, and contingencies of OIS. In addition to opportunities to present research results or ideas and receive feedback from colleagues, the conference culminated in a collaborative framework article for a special issue on Open Innovation in Science in the journal Industry and Innovation that will be published in 2022.
The conference focused on the following tracks:
Track 1: Open and collaborative approaches along the entire research process. Possible topics include but are not limited to:
- crowdfunding, crowdsourcing and citizen science
- open data leveraging, translation of science into practice, academic entrepreneurship
Track 2: Ecosystems and organizational designs facilitating open and collaborative research approaches. Possible topics include but are not limited to:
- institutional factors
- local and national policies
- intellectual property and copyright supporting OIS
- incentive systems
Track 3: Microfoundations of open and collaborative research approaches. Possible topics include but are not limited to:
- scientists’ motives for engaging in OIS,
- skills and capabilities for OIS,
- characteristics and motives of institutional entrepreneurs
The conference started on May 2nd at 12:00 with a joint lunch and ended on May 3rd with a joint dinner.
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The Organizing Committee,