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Collaboration Paradox: Scientific Productivity, the Internet, and Problems of Research in Developing Areas

Collaboration Paradox: Scientific Productivity, the Internet, and Problems of Research in Developing Areas,10.1177/0306312705053048,Social Studies of

Collaboration Paradox: Scientific Productivity, the Internet, and Problems of Research in Developing Areas   (Citations: 32)
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Journal: Social Studies of Science - SOC STUD SCI , vol. 35, no. 5, pp. 755-785, 2005
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    • ...However, there are coverage deficiencies in the Web of Science (Duque et al. 2005), particularly in the coverage of papers produced by Chinese researchers in non-English language journals...

    Li Tanget al. China–US scientific collaboration in nanotechnology: patterns and dyna...

    • ...With respect to the number of new publications, empirical studies have been conducted by Lee and Bozeman as well as Duque et al. [23, 24]...
    • ...Although Duque et al. have found that collaboration was not associated with an increase in scientific publications in the developing countries of Ghana, Kenya, and India (Kerala) [24], Lee and Bozeman show that the total number of publications for US scientists is positively associated with the total number of collaborations [23]...

    Alireza Abbasiet al. On the Correlation between Research Performance and Social Network Ana...

    • ...In a comparative study, Duque and his colleagues [25] found that, in the context of developing countries, collaboration is not related to "any general increment in productivity." Findings in support of the trade-off effect of international collaboration on quantity and quality have also been reported...
    • ...In Duque's words, this is inadequate as it exclud es[[?]] " .. .indicators of scientific productivity outside the developed world" [25]...

    Li Tang. An explorative study on international collaboration and its role in re...

    • ...In a comparative study conducted by Duque and his colleagues [11], they found that in the context of developing countries, collaboration is not related to "any general increment in productivity." Findings in support of the trade-off effect of international collaboration on quantity and quality has also been reported...

    Li Tang. International collaboration and research quality: Evidence from the Us...

    • ...At the same time, and more importantly for the purposes of this article, the country also possesses one of the largest research systems in Africa and is also one of only seven countries on the continent to possess more than 10 internet Service Providers (Duque et al., 2005)...

    B. Paige Milleret al. Internet Reagency: The Implications of a Global Science for Collaborat...

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