In February 2020, China’s Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) and Ministry of Education (MoE) published policy documents to initiate a steer away from assessing research by the number of articles published and SCI listed journals to a focus on publishing a limited number of high quality papers. In this free webinar our speakers will provide insights into the background of these policy announcements and their potential impact on publishers, research institutions and researchers.
Dr. Shuai Yan, Beijing-based publishing consultant, has held previous roles held with Tsinghua University and has considerable experience working for large publishing houses and prestigious publishing societies in China.
Christos Petrou, Founder and Chief Analyst at Scholarly Intelligence, where he supports stakeholders in the scholarly communications industry with analytics and strategy services. He was a former analyst at Clarivate Analytics and Springer Nature.