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Spanish scientific journals in Web of Science and Scopus Adoption of Open Access, relationship between price and impact, and internationality

  title={Spanish scientific journals in Web of Science and Scopus Adoption of Open Access, relationship between price and impact, and internationality},
  author={M. E. Navas},
This doctoral thesis focuses on active Spanish scholarly journals which follow internationally‐recognized quality standards, in order to analyze their main features, study the adoption of Open Access, observe the relationship between their price and bibliometric impact, and examine its internationality characteristics. Web of Science (WoS) and Scopus have been selected as the sources for identifying the journals. After depurating mistakes, a final list of 445 journals has resulted. A set of… 

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