Franciszek Krawczyk is a Ph.D. candidate at the Doctoral School of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. He prepares his Ph.D. as a part of the Evaluation game project on the organizing resistance against unequal relations between centers and peripheries in science. In his study, he focuses on the modern history of (self)organization and evaluation of science in Poland.
He wrote an MA thesis entitled “Scholarly Communication in the Model of Centro-Peripheral Dependencies: The Case of Predatory Journals” as a part of the Evaluation game project.
Research Interests: geography of knowledge, predatory journals, research evaluation, sociology of science
Krawczyk Franciszek, Kulczycki Emanuel (in press), How is open access accused of being predatory? The impact of Beall’s lists of predatory journals on academic publishing. The Journal of Academic Librarianship [in press]/
Krawczyk, Franciszek. (2020). Geopolityka drapieżnych czasopism: Pozorne centra w globalnym systemie produkcji wiedzy. Nauka, 1, 133–149. DOI: 10.24425/nauka.2020.132626
Franciszek Krawczyk, Emanuel Kulczycki (2019). O metodologicznych wyzwaniach definiowania drapieżności w akademii (Methodological challenges in defining predatory conferences), O konferencji naukowej… i jej fenomenie społeczno-kulturowym (About academic conference… and its socio-cultural phenomenon), Cieszyn, 15 March 2019
Kinga Ciereszko, Ewa Rozkosz, Marek Hołowiecki, Franciszek Krawczyk, Emanuel Kulczycki (2019) Autonomy versus Accountability: value tensions in individual research evaluation in SSH, Nordic STS Conference 2019, Tampere, 13-14 June 2019