The European Commission Launched a Public Consultation on ‘Science 2.0’ on 3 July. The consultation closes on 30 September. Individuals and organisations can participate via this EC web page. “The consultation focuses on how science and research practices are changing in the European Research Area and beyond, in particular on the transition towards open, digital science. The consultation focuses on how science and research practices are changing in the European Research Area and beyond, in particular on the transition towards open, digital science. It aims to assess stakeholders’ perceptions of the opportunities and challenges of this transition and seeks input on possible policy implications and actions.”
The 2014 release of the Databanks International Cross National Time Series database (1815-2013) is now available to EUI members. Due to the inclusion of new supporting materials – and media source links – the dossier structure has been updated as follows: (i) Core data, codebook and historical tabulation file of independent states (ii) User’s manual and bibliography and (iii) Source links/event log. The Cross-National Time-Series database provides worldwide historical variables on government type, conflict events, expenditure, population, territorial size, per capita GDP, trade, infrastructure, elections, legislative process, political measures and international status indicators. Full details are on this Library page.
The Virtual Journal Display is a selection of important full-text journals available at the EUI Library whose current tables of contents can be found online in JournalTOCs with a link to the full-text. For each of the four disciplines a selection of important e-journals has been made which show the table of contents of the […]