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Chen, Briana K., et al. "Effects of Open Access publishing on article metrics in Neuropsychopharmacology." Neuropsychopharmacology, (2024).
From the perspective of the time that elapsed, it fascinating to see the price dynamics in the Open Access monograph sector: https://osc.cam.ac.uk/monographs/open-access-and-monographs/oa-monograph-costs.
Open Access to empirical data also involves data management workflows, while likely facilitating stakeholder partnerships and research data reuse.
According to this paper, different citation impact databases reflect the bibliometric landscapes that their publication inclusion, measurement methodologies and disciplinary affinities shape.
This paper indicates, based on its exploratory analyses, that gambling research studies that used Open Science practices, and Open Access publishing in particular, had higher than average citation counts.
As this report indicates, during the COVID-19 pandemic period, academic libraries around the world have been facing challenges related to internal budget pressures, external financial crises, publisher negotiation difficulties and digital book supply-demand discrepancies.
This paper indicates that, while between 2016 and 2020 the total article processing charge amounts have fluctuated in the United States, these have increased in the United Kingdom, France, Norway, and the Netherlands, while steeply rising in both absolute and relative terms in China in the same period.
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