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Quantitative study of the geographical distribution of the authorship of high-energy physics journals

@inproceedings{Krause2007QuantitativeSO,
  title={Quantitative study of the geographical distribution of the authorship of high-energy physics journals},
  author={Jan Krause and Salvatore Mele and Carl M{\aa}rten Lindqvist},
  year={2007}
}
The recent debate on Open Access publishing in High-Energy Physics has exposed the problem of assessing the scientic production of every country where scholars are active in this discipline. This assessment is complicated by the highly-collaborative cross-border tradition of High-Energy Physics research. We present the results of a quantitative study of the geographical distribution of authors of High-Energy Physics articles, which takes into account cross-border co-authorship by attributing… Expand
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