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    • Get Cited or Perish: The h-index & Researcher Incentives for Open Access 

      Wagner, A. Ben (2009-10-26)
      Increasingly, citations to one’s publications are being used as part of the evaluation of dossiers, departments, and even in the evaluation of grants. Hence, it is important to not only figure out where to publish, but ...
    • Open Access Citation Advantage: An Annotated Bibliography Version 2 

      Wagner, A. Ben (2011-08-10)
      This annotated bibliography updated as of 8/10/2011 lists studies and review articles that examine whether open access (OA) articles receive more citations than equivalent subscription; i.e., toll access (TA) articles. The ...
    • Open Access Citation Advantage: An Annotated Bibliography Version 3 

      Wagner, A. Ben (2014-12-22)
      This annotated bibliography updated as of 12/22/2014 lists studies and review articles that examine whether open access (OA) articles receive more citations than equivalent subscription; i.e., toll access (TA) articles. ...
    • Open Access Citation Advantage: An Annotated Bibliography Version 5 

      Wagner, A. Ben (2016-12-21)
      This annotated bibliography updated as of 12/21/2016 lists studies and review articles that examine whether open access (OA) articles receive more citations than equivalent subscription; i.e., toll access (TA) articles. ...
    • Open Access Citation Advantage: An Annotated Bibliography. 

      Wagner, A. Ben (Association of College and Research Libraries/Science and Technology Section, 2010)
      This annotated bibliography lists studies and review articles that examine whether open access (OA) articles receive more citations than equivalent subscription; i.e., toll access (TA) articles. The bibliography is divided ...
    • Open Access Citation Advantage: An Annotated Bibliography.Version 6 

      Wagner, A. Ben (2017-08-23)
      This annotated bibliography updated as of 8/23/2017 lists studies and review articles that examine whether open access (OA) articles receive more citations than equivalent subscription; i.e., toll access (TA) articles. ...
    • Open Access Publishing: More Readers, More Impact 

      Wagner, A. Ben (2010-11-05)
      Increasingly, citations to scholars' publications are being used as part of the evaluation of dossiers, departments, and even in the evaluation of grants. Hence, it is important to not only figure out where to publish, but ...