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  2. Bernal I., Román-Molina, J. (2018). Informe de la encuesta sobre evaluación por pares y el módulo “Open Peer Review” de DIGITAL.CSIC. Oficina Técnica de Digital.CSIC.
  3. Amigo, I.  Pascual-Garcia, A. (2017). Conflicts of interest in scientific publishing. EMBO Reports.
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  5. Taylor, M., Perakakis, P., Trachana, V., Gialis, S. (2014). Rankings are the sorcerer’s new apprentice. Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics, 13: pp. 10.
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Presentations and workshops

  1. The Hittchhiker’s Guide to Academic Publishing. Invited talk at the Psychology department of New York University (NYU). 1 July 2021
  2. Science Collaboration and Open science. Roundtable panelist at the 1st Crowdfight Symposium on the Science of Collaboration. 15 June 2021. Video
  3. Hay vida más allá de las editoriales? La revista Psicológica y la nueva generación de comunicación científica. Keynote address at the annual conference of the Sociedad Española de Psicología Experimental. 21 April 2021. Presentation
  4. Open Science: What, Why, How? Hot Topic Lecture about open science. Ghent University, Belgium, 19, May, 2017. Slides
  5. Open Science in an Open World. The 2nd Homo scientificus europaeus Meeting. Barcelona, Spain, 16 May, 2017
  6. One damn thing after another: The journal monopoly, how it came to be, what it means for science and what we can do about it. GATE CNRS. Lyon, France, 10 October 2016. Presentation
  7. An Open Peer Review Module for Open Access Repositories. Dublin, Ireland, 13–16 June 2016
  8. Why True Science is only Open Science. EURODOC2017. Oslo, Norway, 26–27 April 2017.  Presentation
  9. Next generation repositories. COAR annual meeting. Vienna, Austria, 11–14 April 2016. Video
  10. Presenting the first Open Peer Review Module for Open Access Repositories. CSIC, Madrid, Spain, 27 April 2016
  11. Open Peer Review workshop. Goettingen University, Germany. 7 June 2016. Report
  12. Modelos alternativos de validación y evaluación de la producción académica: hacía una evaluación mas eficiente, ética y transparente (Alternative models for the validation and evaluation of academic production: towards a more efficient, ethical and transparent evaluation system). Seminario sobre visibilidad y divulgación de la producción científica. Programa de doctorado en estudios migratorios. University of Granada, 5-6 February 2015
  13. New systems for scientific evaluation, peer-review and open access. Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Jardin Botanico, Madrid, Open Access Week, 22 October 2014. ConclusionsPresentation
  14. Open, Portable, Decoupled – How should Peer Review change? SpotOn London, 8 November 2013
  15. Open Access to Scientific Reviews: Quantifying the opinion of peers. European University Institute, Florence, Open Access Week, 22 October 2013
  16. Current academic publishing and the LIBRE alternative. CERN Workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communication (OAI8), University of Geneva, 19-21 June 2013
  17. Beyond Open Access: facing the real problems. Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich 5 December 2013. Video
  18. How the impact factor power law came to be and the new alternatives. European Association of Science Editors (EASE). Barcelona, Spain, 14 May 2007
  19. Putting The Impact Factor In Its Place With A New Approach In Bibliometry. Mediterranean Editors & Translators (METM). Barcelona, Spain, 27-28 October 2006

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