Law, Metrics, and the Scholarly Economy

“As markets began to usurp other forms of social regulation throughout the 20th century, metrics became increasingly central to the coordination of new spheres of market-mediated relations. More recently, digital metrics have been operationalized to facilitate the platformization of those domains. Platforms use automated scoring systems to rank content and actors across the markets they mediate …” (more)

[Jake Goldenfein, LPE Project, 22 April]


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