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Le libre accès et le financement de projets de recherche transversaux : des vecteurs d’interdisciplinarité dans l’économie de la connaissance ?

Abstract : Interdisciplinarity plays a leading part in the knowledge economy. Synonym of creativity, it is considered to be the driving force behind innovation and growth. At European level, interdisciplinarity is nowadays strongly encouraged through mainly two key issues which seem to play an increasing role in European politics. Primarily Open Access to whom a number of beliefs is associated amongst them a positive impact on creativity, innovation and interdisciplinarity. Then there is also the funding of cross-disciplinary research projects in European Framework Programmes for Research and Technological Development. What is the impact of these policies on practices of intellectual and interdisciplinary research practices? And to what extent Open Access policies do they bring a cognitive profit and are they really meaningful? The objective of this article is to examine these issues and to initiate some serious thinking about these subjects disregarding intention and ideological discourses.
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Hans Dillaerts. Le libre accès et le financement de projets de recherche transversaux : des vecteurs d’interdisciplinarité dans l’économie de la connaissance ?. Revue Europeenne des Sciences Sociales, Librairie Droz Geneve, 2014, Politiques du libre accès en sciences humaines et sociales, 52 (1). ⟨sic_01396777⟩

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