Disentangling Gold Open Access

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Daniel Torres Salinas; Nicolás Robinson-García; Henk Moed;
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5281/zenodo.1311537, doi: 10.5281/zenodo.1311536
  • Subject: Web of Science | Acceso Abierto | Análisis bibliométrico | Open Access | Comunicación Científica | Scientific Communication | Gold Open Access | Computer Science - Digital Libraries

This chapter focuses on the analysis of current publication trends in gold Open Access (OA). The purpose of the chapter is to develop a full understanding on country patterns, OA journals characteristics and citation differences between gold OA and non-gold OA publicati... View more
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