Uneven Writing Spaces in Academic Publishing: A Case Study on Internationalisation in the Disciplines of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

@inproceedings{RiveraLpez2019UnevenWS,
  title={Uneven Writing Spaces in Academic Publishing: A Case Study on Internationalisation in the Disciplines of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology},
  author={B{\'a}rbara Rivera-L{\'o}pez},
  year={2019}
}
More than 70% of the output of the highest impact international journals is produced by American and British scholars in the disciplines of Human Geography and Marketing (Gutierrez and Lopez-Nieva, 2001; Rosenstreich and Wooliscroft, 2006; Bański and Ferenc, 2013). Additionally, 85.3% of the editorial board members of international Marketing journals are based in the US (Rosenstreich and Wooliscroft, 2006). Furthermore, 95% of the journals in the Web of Science database use English as their… 
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