Stephanie B Linek

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1454 Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung 2015 Opinions expressed in this paper are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect views of the institute. Acknowledgement We thank Gert G. Wagner and Mathis Fräßdorf for their helpful comments and suggestions. We thank Klaus Tochtermann and the Leibniz Science 2.0 Research Association for(More)
In this paper we investigate the role of the academic status in the following behaviour of computer scientists on Twitter. Based on a uses and grati cations perspective, we focus on the activity of a Twitter account and the reciprocity of following relationships. We propose that the account activity addresses the users' information motive only, whereas the(More)
Open access to research data has been described as a driver of innovation and a potential cure for the reproducibility crisis in many academic fields. Against this backdrop, policy makers are increasingly advocating for making research data and supporting material openly available online. Despite its potential to further scientific progress, widespread data(More)
It is widely acknowledged that data sharing has great potential for scientific progress. However, so far making data available has little impact on a researcher's reputation. Thus, data sharing can be conceptualized as a social dilemma. In the presented study we investigated the influence of the researcher's personality within the social dilemma of data(More)
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