Research output availability on academic social networks: implications for stakeholders in academic publishing

@article{Laakso2017ResearchOA,
  title={Research output availability on academic social networks: implications for stakeholders in academic publishing},
  author={Mikael Laakso and Juho Lindman and Cenyu Shen and Linus Nyman and Bo-Christer Bj{\"o}rk},
  journal={Electronic Markets},
  year={2017},
  volume={27},
  pages={125-133}
}
A recent disruption in academic publishing are Academic Social Networks (ASN), i.e. web platforms such as ResearchGate and Academia.edu that have provided new ways for researchers to disseminate, search for, and retrieve research articles. ASNs are still a grey area in terms of implications for involved stakeholders, and research on them has so far been scarce. In an effort to map out factors related to ASN use this article provides a multi-method case study of one business school (Hanken… CONTINUE READING
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