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    A Nod to Public Open Access Infrastructures

    In: Science 356 (2017), 6344, S. 1242 | Benedikt Fecher, Sascha Friesike, Gert G. Wagner
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    Data Sharing as a Social Dilemma: Influence of the Researcher's Personality

    It is widely acknowledged that data sharing has great potential for scientific progress. However, so far making data available has little impact on a researcher’s reputation. Thus, data sharing can be conceptualized as a social dilemma. In the presented study we investigated the influence of the researcher's personality within the social dilemma of data sharing. The theoretical background was the appropriateness ...

    In: PloS one 12 (2017), 8, e0183216 | Stephanie Linek, Benedikt Fecher, Sascha Friesike, Marcel Hebing
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    Replikationen, Reputation und gute wissenschaftliche Praxis

    In Zeiten wachsender Publikationszahlen und zunehmend datenintensiver Forschung stoßen die klassischen Qualitätssicherungsmaßnahmen, wie die Peer-Review, an ihre Grenzen. Vor diesem Hintergrund werden Replikationsstudien verstärkt als gute wissenschaftliche Praxis und Lösungsansatz diskutiert, um dem Problem methodisch unzureichender und oftmals fehlerbehafteter Analysen zu begegnen. Denn schlechte ...

    In: Information, Wissenschaft & Praxis 68 (2017), 2, S. 154-158 | Benedikt Fecher, Mathis Fräßdorf, Marcel Hebing, Gert G. Wagner
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    A Reputation Economy: How Individual Reward Considerations Trump Systemic Arguments for Open Access to Data

    Open access to research data has been described as a driver of innovation and a potential cure for the reproducibility crisis in many academic fields. Against this backdrop, policy makers are increasingly advocating for making research data and supporting material openly available online. Despite its potential to further scientific progress, widespread data sharing in small science is still an ideal ...

    In: Palgrave Communications 3 (2017), 17051, S. 1-10 | Benedikt Fecher, Sascha Friesike, Marcel Hebing, Stephanie Linek
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    14 Years of PID Services at the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB): Connected Frameworks, Research Data and Lessons Learned from a National Research Library Perspective

    In an ideal research world, any scientific content should be citable and the coherent content, as well as the citation itself, should be persistent. However, today’s scientists do not only produce traditional research papers – they produce comprehensive digital resources and collections. TIB’s mission is to develop a supportive framework for a sustainable access to such digital content – focusing on ...

    In: Data Science Journal 16 (2017), 36, S. 1-10 | Angelina Kraft, Britta Dreyer, Peter Löwe, Frauke Ziedorn
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    A Research Symbiont

    In: Science 351 (2016), 6280, S. 1405-1406 | Benedikt Fecher, Gert G. Wagner
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    Open Access, Innovation, and Research Infrastructure

    In this article we argue that the current endeavors to achieve open access in scientific literature require a discussion about innovation in scholarly publishing and research infrastructure. Drawing on path dependence theory and addressing different open access (OA) models and recent political endeavors, we argue that academia is once again running the risk of outsourcing the organization of its c ...

    In: Publications 4 (2016), 17, 8 S. | Benedikt Fecher, Gert G. Wagner
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    Are Incentive Effects on Response Rates and Nonresponse Bias in Large-Scale, Face-to-Face Surveys Generalizable in Germany: Evidence from Ten Experiments

    In survey research, a consensus has grown regarding the effectiveness of incentives encouraging survey participation across different survey modes and target populations. Most of this research has been based on surveys from the US, whereas few studies have provided evidence that theseresults can be generalized to other contexts. This paper is the first to present comprehensive information concerning ...

    In: The Public Opinion Quarterly 79 (2015), 3, S. 740-768 | Klaus Pforr, Michael Blohm, Annelies G. Blom, Barbara Erdel, Barbara Felderer, Mathis Fräßdorf, Kristin Hajek, Susanne Helmschrott, Corinna Kleinert, Achim Koch, Ulrich Krieger, Martin Kroh, Silke Martin, Denise Saßenroth, Claudia Schmiedeberg, Eva-Maria Trüdinger, Beatrice Rammstedt
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    What Drives Academic Data Sharing?

    Despite widespread support from policy makers, funding agencies, and scientific journals, academic researchers rarely make their research data available to others. At the same time, data sharing in research is attributed a vast potential for scientific progress. It allows the reproducibility of study results and the reuse of old data for new research questions. Based on a systematic review of 98 scholarly ...

    In: PLOS One 10 (2015), 2, e0118053 | Benedikt Fecher, Sascha Friesike, Marcel Hebing
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    Familien in Deutschland - FiD

    In: Schmollers Jahrbuch ; 133, 4 133 (2013), 4, S. 595-606 | Mathis Schröder, Rainer Siegers, C. Katharina Spieß
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