Where Can the Crow Make Friends? Sci‐Hub's Activities in the Library of Development Studies and its Implications for the Field

  title={Where Can the Crow Make Friends? Sci‐Hub's Activities in the Library of Development Studies and its Implications for the Field},
  author={Frederik Sagem{\"u}ller and Luise Meissner and Oliver Musshoff},
  journal={Development and Change},
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