Panel 2 | Inclusive globalization - views from developing regions

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Panel 2 | Inclusive globalization - views from developing regions

Panel 2 | Inclusive globalization - views from developing regions

Chair: Lars Bjørnshauge (Managing Director, DOAJ).

Panel 2 | Inclusive globalization - views from developing regions

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Lars Bjørnshauge, Managing Director, DOAJ.

Fernanda Beigel is a Sociologist and has a PhD in Political and Social Sciences. Principal Researcher at the National Council of Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET, Argentina), Head Professor of Latin American Sociology at the National University of Cuyo. Director of the PhD Program at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Director of the Research Program on Academic Dependency in Latin America (UNCuyo-CONICET). Member of the Executive Committee RC08 at the International Sociological Association (ISA) and member of the Qualification Board of Merits at CONICET. Bernardo Houssay Award (2003), CLACSO Essay Award (2004) and Honor Mention to Scientific Value (2017) Argentine National Senate. Most recent publications: Beigel, F. (2017) Peripheral Scientists, between Ariel and Caliban. Institutional Capital and Circuits of Recognition in Argentina. The “career- best publications” of the researchers at CONICET in DADOS, Vol. 60, no 3, 2017, pp. 825 a 865; Beigel, F., Gallardo, O. y Bekerman, F. (2018) Institutional expansion and scientific development in the periphery. The structural heterogeneity of Argentina’s academic field, Minerva, 56(3), 305-331. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11024-017-9340-2 ; Beigel, F (2018) Las relaciones de poder en la ciencia mundial. Un anti-ranking para conocer la ciencia producida en la periferia. Nueva Sociedad, N°274, p.13-28; Beigel, F. Ed (2019) Key texts for Latin American Sociology. London:SAGE; (2019) A world of circuits: the shift from impact to circulation in: http://www.amelica. org/en/index.php/2018/11/27/un-mundo-de-circuitos-el-desplazamiento-desde-el-impacto-a-la-circulacion/. See slides here. 

Professor Robin Crewe is Senior Research Fellow, Centre for the Advancement of Scholarship, University of Pretoria and Member of the Social Insects Research Group of the University of Pretoria. He is the chair of the Standing Committee on Scholarly Publishing in South Africa of the Academy of Science of South Africa. The committee oversees the Scholarly Publishing Program of the Academy which includes The National Scholarly Editors’ Forum, National Scholarly Book Publishers Forum, South African Journal Peer Review mechanism and SciELO South Africa. The Committee has produced 12 reports between 2006-2019 that guide national policy in relation to scholarly publishing (www.assaf.org.za). See slides here.

Shahid Jameel has been Chief Executive Officer of The Wellcome Trust/DBT India Alliance since 2013. Prior to this, he set up and led the Virology Group at the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), New Delhi for 25 years, where his research focused on human viruses. Shahid is an elected Fellow of all science academies of India. His research has also been recognized with many awards and grants, notably the BM Birla Science Prize in Biology (1995), the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Award in Medical Sciences (2000) and an International Senior Research Fellowship of The Wellcome Trust, UK (2001- 2006). Shahid serves as a member and Chair of many national and international bodies, and has also been active in science policy and administration for over two decades. He writes articles on science and higher education in the print media, likes to travel, and aspires to be a better photographer. See slides here.