Postdoc–Computational Social Science for Scholarly Communications & Open & Equitable Scholarship – Cambridge MA 02139

“POSTDOCTOAL ASSOCIATE-COMPUTATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE FOR SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATIONS AND OPEN AND EQUITABLE SCHOLARSHIP, MIT Libraries-Center for Research on Equitable and Open Scholarship (CREOS), to conduct original research in the areas of open and equitable scholarship under the guidance of the principal investigator, Roger Levy, and in partnership with additional faculty mentors, research scientists, and fellow postdocs. Will conduct original research in computational social science (broadly construed) on topics related to scholarly communications and open and equitable scholarship. Potential topics include large-scale automated analysis of the history of ideas; experimental interventions and natural experiments in scholarly peer review and reproducible research; critical economic analysis of the scholarly publication landscape; review and development of best-practices guidelines for large collaborative open scholarship projects; and comparison and advocacy work for open-source platforms for managing peer review. …”