World Social Science Report 2010: “Knowledge divides”

Abstract: Social science from Western countries continues to have the greatest global influence, but the field is expanding rapidly in Asia and Latin America, particularly in China and Brazil. In sub-Saharan Africa, social scientists from South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya produce 75% of academic publications. In South Asia, barring some centres of excellence in India, social sciences as a whole have low priority. These are a few of the findings from World Social Science Report, 2010: “Knowledge divides”. 
Produced by the International Social Science Council (ISSC) and co-published with UNESCO, the Report is the first comprehensive overview of the field in over a decade. Hundreds of social scientists from around the world contributed their expertise to the publication. 
Editorial Team: F. Caillods, L. Jeanpierre, E. Demeulnaere, M. Denis, Koen Jonkers and E.Morena 
Editor del CCHS (Línea MADE_SPRI): Koen Jonkers (IPP)
Contribuciones de autores del CCHS (Línea MADE_SPRI): 
Koen Jonkers (IPP)
Luis Sanz Menéndez (IPP). 
Félix de Moya Anegón (IPP), 
Laura Cruz Castro (IPP) y 
Elea Giménez Toledo (IEDCYT)
World Social Science Report, 2010: “Knowledge divides”
Paris: UNESCO-ISSC, 2010, 443 pag.
Autor: Koen Jonkers