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The Tao of Open Science for Ecology

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Exploring Characteristics of Highly Cited Authors According to Citation Location and Content

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Gold, Green, and Black Open Access

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Conflicts of Interest and Authorship of Industry‐Sponsored Publications

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Don't Be A Zero-Sum Reviewer

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The Changing Role of Non‐English Papers in Scholarly Communication

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Free‐To‐Publish, Free‐To‐Read, Or Both? Cost, Equality of Access, and Integrity in Science Publishing

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Citations Increase with Manuscript Length, Author Number, and References Cited in Ecology Journals

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Amplifying the impact of open access: Wikipedia and the diffusion of science

13.10.2016

Gender Inequality Across the Academic Life Course

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The challenges for scientific publishing, 60 years on

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Rewarding reviewers - sense or sensibility?

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Burning out faculty at doctoral research universities

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What motivates people to review articles?

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Does research output cause economic growth or vice versa?

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What motivates people to review articles?

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Spurious alternative impact factors

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The road to science-based policy: ESOF through the eyes of young scientists

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The road to science-based policy

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Will Open Access Close the Door on Traditional Journal Publishing?

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