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The State of Open Access in Germany: An Analysis of the Publication Output of German Universities

@article{Abediyarandi2019TheSO,
  title={The State of Open Access in Germany: An Analysis of the Publication Output of German Universities},
  author={Neda Abediyarandi and Philipp Mayr},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1905.00011}
}
Starting with the Berlin declaration in 2003, Open Access (OA) publishing has established a new era of scholarly communication due to the unrestricted electronic access to peer reviewed publications. OA offers a number of benefits like e.g. increased citation counts (Gargouri et al., 2010) and enhanced visibility and accessibility of research output (Tennant et al., 2016). The OA movement with its powerful mandating and policymaking has been very successful in recent years. Relatively little is… Expand
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