Open access at the national level: A comprehensive analysis of publications by Finnish researchers

@article{Plnen2020OpenAA,
  title={Open access at the national level: A comprehensive analysis of publications by Finnish researchers},
  author={Janne P{\"o}l{\"o}nen and Mikael Laakso and Raf Guns and Emanuel Kulczycki and Gunnar Sivertsen},
  journal={Quantitative Science Studies},
  year={2020},
  volume={1},
  pages={1396-1428}
}
Open access (OA) has mostly been studied by relying on publication data from selective international databases, notably Web of Science (WoS) and Scopus. The aim of our study is to show that it is possible to achieve a national estimate of the number and share of OA based on institutional publication data providing a comprehensive coverage of the peer-reviewed outputs across fields, publication types, and languages. Our data consists of 48,177 journal, conference, and book publications from 14… 

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