- University Carlos III of Madrid
Patricia Alonso is a predoctoral researcher at the University Carlos III of Madrid. She holds a Bachelor in Political Sciences and Law from the same university and a MSc in Social Research Methods from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her methodological interests are natural language processing methods, social network analysis and mixed methodologies, and her thesis and current projects focus on the recognition and analysis of peripheral science, the social and political impact of science and Open Science. She is currently working on several European, national and regional projects.
Spanish National Plan of Science and Innovation adherence to Open Access mandates: advantages and disadvantages for scholars
Open Access (OA) is one of the fundamental pillars of Open Science (De Filippo & Mañana Rodríguez, 2020; De Filippo, Silva & Borges, 2019). It is also a central topic of the European Commission’s Open Science Policy Platform (Mendez et al., 2020) and the main goal of the CoalitionS initiative at the European level, which provides procedures for the open publication of publicly funded research.