Reflections on the diffusion of management and organization research in the context of open science in Europe
EntityUAM. Departamento de Organización de Empresas
10.1016/j.emj.2023.08.006European Management Journal (2023): 1-9
ISSN0263-2373 (print); 1873-5681 (online)
Funded byThis work was supported by the project Diagnosis of OS in Spanishe universities and instruments for its transformation and improvement (DOSSUET, PID 2019-104052RB-C21), financed by the Spanish State Program for Oriented R + D + i to the Challenges of the Society
ProjectGobierno de España. PID2019-104052RB-C21
SubjectsAltmetrics; Grand societal challenges; Highly cited researchers; Management and organization research; Open science; Twitter; Economía
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Management and organization research (MOR) faces a crisis related to its social impact and limited response to grand societal challenges. It is also affected by the ongoing transformations in all scientific fields related to the creation, dissemination, and use of knowledge shaping known as “open science” (OS). According to the European Commission, OS must increase the links between the scientific fields and society to make science a socioeconomic engine to overcome these challenges. Therefore, contacting the public through social networks extends the social impact of MOR and facilitates new scientific evaluation metrics. Through an exploratory topic model applied to the Twitter activity of six European highly cited researchers (HCRs) in “economics and business”, we show that a large part of the Twitter activity of these HCRs refers to not only the content of their scientific work but also the social echo that has increased symbolic capital for HCRs
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Google Scholar:Rodríguez Pomeda, Jesús - Casani Fernández Navarrete, Fernando - Serrano López, Antonio Eleazar
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