Neo-colonial science by the most industrialised upon the least developed countries in peer-reviewed publishing

@article{DahdouhGuebas2004NeocolonialSB,
  title={Neo-colonial science by the most industrialised upon the least developed countries in peer-reviewed publishing},
  author={F. Dahdouh-Guebas and J. Ahimbisibwe and Rita Van Moll and N. Koedam},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={2004},
  volume={56},
  pages={329-343}
}
We are currently experiencing an era that is facing increasing global environmental and societal problems (e.g., climate change, habitat destruction and economic recession). Scientific research projects are often required to emphasize and counter the effects of inequity and globalisation, and prioritise cooperation supported by cooperative research. This paper investigates whether publication of research that is carried out in least developed countries is done in cooperation with research… Expand

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