Neo-colonialism and research collaboration in Central Africa

@article{Boshoff2008NeocolonialismAR,
  title={Neo-colonialism and research collaboration in Central Africa},
  author={Nelius Boshoff},
  journal={Scientometrics},
  year={2008},
  volume={81},
  pages={413-434}
}
The study examines aspects of both neo-colonial ties and neo-colonial science in research papers produced by Central African countries. The primary focus is on the extent and pattern of neo-colonial ties and other foreign participation in the co-authorship of Central African research papers. The analysis revealed that 80% of Central Africa’s research papers are produced in collaboration with a partner from outside the region. Moreover, 46% of papers are produced in collaboration with European… CONTINUE READING

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