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Being published successfully or getting arXived? The importance of social capital and interdisciplinary collaboration for getting printed in a high impact journal in Physics

@article{Wieczorek2020BeingPS,
  title={Being published successfully or getting arXived? The importance of social capital and interdisciplinary collaboration for getting printed in a high impact journal in Physics},
  author={Oliver J. Wieczorek and Mark Wittek and Raphael Heiko Heiberger},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2006.02148}
}
  • Oliver J. Wieczorek, Mark Wittek, Raphael Heiko Heiberger
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • ArXiv
  • The structure of collaboration is known to be of great importance for the success of scientific endeavors. In particular, various types of social capital employed in co-authored work and projects bridging disciplinary boundaries have attracted researchers' interest. Almost all previous studies, however, use samples with an inherent survivor bias, i.e., they focus on papers that have already been published. In contrast, our article examines the chances for getting a working paper published by… CONTINUE READING

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