How to manage and publish your research data

About this video

The need for sharing data today expands beyond its purpose of promoting transparency and reproducibility. It is now a part of a bigger movement under open data where scientists are expected to share and publish their data for the future of science. Yet, the questions around how, why, what if, and when hinder scientists from making their data public or publishing it.

In this webinar, experts on the publishing side of data will discuss the most pressing issues faced by researchers when it comes to sharing their data. They will share the benefits of publishing research data, best practices in seeking appropriate repositories and ensuring data privacy.

You’ll come away with a clear understanding of why and how to publicly share your data and still ensure its privacy.  

About the presenters

Larisa Yarovaya

Lecturer in Finance; Programme Director BSc Finance; Deputy Head of Centre for Digital Finance

Dr Larisa Yarovaya is a Lecturer in Finance, and Programme Director of BSc Finance within Southampton Business School at the University of Southampton.

Larisa's field of research interests include International Finance, Digital Finance, Financial Integration, Islamic Finance, Energy Economics, Information Transmission, and International Business.

Larisa published her research in peer-reviewed academic journals, and she is an associate editor of the International Review of Financial Analysis; Journal of International Financial Markets Institutions and Money; Heliyon; Data-in-Brief journals.

David Parsons

Senior Customer Marketing Manager

David Parsons is the New York City-based Senior Customer Marketing Manager for Elsevier. He has previously bee the publisher of Data in Brief. He has been working in academic and educational publishing since 2007, covering a variety of topics including physical sciences, life sciences, and medicine. He is currently completing his MS in Data Science from Syracuse University.