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PEER D4.1 Behavioural Research: Authors and Users vis-à-vis Journals and Repositories - Baseline report

Abstract : The Behavioural research: Authors and users vis-à-vis journals and repositories project was commissioned by PEER in April 2009 as part of a broader initiative to investigate the effects of the large-scale, systematic deposit of authors' final peer-reviewed manuscripts (also called stage-two research outputs) on reader access, author visibility, and journal viability, as well as on the broader ecology of European research. The specific aim of the behavioural research is to understand the extent to which authors and users are aware of open access (OA), the different ways of achieving it, and the (de)motivating factors that influence its uptake.
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Jenny Fry, Charles Oppenheim, Steve Probets, Claire Creaser, Helen Greenwood, et al.. PEER D4.1 Behavioural Research: Authors and Users vis-à-vis Journals and Repositories - Baseline report. [Technical Report] 2010, pp.95. ⟨hal-00736137⟩

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