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The relative impact of private research on scientific advancement

@article{Abramo2020TheRI,
  title={The relative impact of private research on scientific advancement},
  author={Giovanni Abramo and Ciriaco Andrea D'Angelo and Flavia Di Costa},
  journal={arXiv: General Economics},
  year={2020}
}
Literature about the scholarly impact of scientific research offers very few contributions on private sector research, and the comparison with public sector. In this work, we try to fill this gap examining the citation-based impact of Italian 2010-2017 publications distinguishing authorship by the private sector from the public sector. In particular, we investigate the relation between different forms of collaboration and impact: how intra-sector private publications compare to public, and how… Expand
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