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  • The effect of data sources on the measurement of open access : a comparison of Dimensions and the Web of Science 

    Basson, Isabel; Simard, Marc-André; Ouangré, Zoé Aubierge; Sugimoto, Cassidy R.; Larivière, Vincent (Public Library of Science, 2022-03-31)
    With the growing number of open access (OA) mandates, the accurate measurement of OA publishing is an important policy issue. Existing studies have provided estimates of the prevalence of OA publications ranging from 27.9% to 53.7%, depending on the ...
  • National differences in dissemination and use of open access literature 

    Simard, Marc-André; Ghiasi, Gita; Mongeon, Philippe; Larivière, Vincent (Public Library of Science, 2022-08-09)
    Open Access (OA) dissemination has been gaining a lot of momentum over the last decade, thanks to the implementation of several OA policies by funders and institutions, as well as the development of several new platforms that facilitate the publication ...
  • Carnets recherche-création. 1. Archives 

    Lemay, Yvon (Université de Montréal, École de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l’information, 2022-06)
    Cette publication s’inscrit dans la foulée des Cahiers et des Notes de recherche produits dans le cadre des projets "Archives et création : nouvelles perspectives sur l’archivistique" (2013-2016) et "De la diffusion à l’exploitation : nouveau regard ...
  • Predatory publishers’ latest scam : bootlegged and rebranded papers 

    Siler, Kyle; Vincent-Lamarre, Philippe; Sugimoto, Cassidy R.; Larivière, Vincent (Nature research, 2021-10-26)
    To thwart publishing rackets that undermine scholars and scholarly publishing, legitimate journals should show their workings.
  • Exploring the interdisciplinarity patterns of highly cited papers 

    Chen, Shiji; Qiu, Jinping; Arsenault, Clément; Larivière, Vincent (Elsevier, 2020-12-31)
    This study explores the relationship between interdisciplinarity and the citation impact of highly cited papers. In this paper, interdisciplinarity is investigated by comparing the dimensions of disciplinary diversity (variety, balance, and disparity) ...
  • Who profits from the Canadian nanotechnology reward system? Implications for gender-responsible innovation 

    Ghiasi, Gita; Beaudry, Catherine; Larivière, Vincent; St-Pierre, Carl; Schiffauerova, Andrea; Harsh, Matthew (Springer, 2021-07-01)
    Gender equality is one of the primary dimensions of responsible research and innovation. Based on bibliometric and survey data of nanotechnology researchers in Canada, this paper analyzes the reward system of science in terms of gender and gender-related ...
  • Exploring the personal and professional factors associated with student evaluations of tenure-track faculty 

    Murray, Dakota; Boothby, Clara; Zhao, Huimeng; Minik, Vanessa; Bérubé, Nicolas; Larivière, Vincent; Sugimoto, Cassidy R. (Public Library of Science, 2020-06-03)
    Tenure-track faculty members in the United States are evaluated on their performance in both research and teaching. In spite of accusations of bias and invalidity, student evaluations of teaching have dominated teaching evaluation at U.S. universities. ...
  • Misconduct and misbehavior related to authorship disagreements in collaborative science 

    Smith, Elise; Williams-Jones, Bryn; Zubin, Master; Larivière, Vincent; Sugimoto, Cassidy R.; Paul-Hus, Adèle; Shi, Min; Resnik, David B. (Springer, 2019-06-03)
    Scientific authorship serves to identify and acknowledge individuals who “contribute significantly” to published research. However, specific authorship norms and practices often differ within and across disciplines, labs, and cultures. As a consequence, ...
  • Who are the acknowledgees? An analysis of gender and academic status 

    Paul-Hus, Adèle; Mongeon, Philippe; Sainte-Marie, Maxime; Larivière, Vincent (MIT Press, 2020-06-01)
    Acknowledgements found in scholarly papers allow for credit attribution of nonauthor contributors. As such, they are associated with a different kind of recognition than authorship. While several studies have shown that social factors affect authorship ...
  • Task specialization across research careers 

    Robinson-Garcia, Nicolás; Costas, Rodrigo; Sugimoto, Cassidy R.; Larivière, Vincent; Nane, Gabriela F. (eLife Sciences Publications, 2020-10-28)
    Research careers are typically envisioned as a single path in which a scientist starts as a member of a team working under the guidance of one or more experienced scientists and, if they are successful, ends with the individual leading their own research ...

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