Flagg, Melissa, Autumn Toney and Paul Harris. "Research Security, Collaboration, and the Changing Map of Global R&D." CSET Policy Brief. (June 2021).

The findings of this research report show significant variations across countries, such as the United States, Australia, Canada and China, in how much, and in what ways, they rely on their collaborative links to the global research network in recent decades.

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Go to the profile of Pablo Markin
over 2 years ago

Given that the European Union has become a global leader in the domain of collaborative research, its Open Science policies are also likely to be significantly different from those of the United States, a close second, or China, a distant third, as these will need to maintain both the openness of its research system and the growing rates of international cooperation across various scholarly fields, as comparative estimates suggest.