The role of Open Science in economics. Results report from an online survey among researchers in economics at German higher education institutions in 2019
Kristin Biesenbender and
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The present quantitative study addresses Open Science practices among researchers in economics at German higher education institutions. In all, the study surveyed 300 scientists from business studies, economics, business informatics, industrial engineering and other economics-related subjects taught at universities, state and private universities of applied sciences, and other higher education institutions such as distance-learning colleges or dual colleges. The study collected information about familiarity, attitude, application, barriers, incentives and support requirements.
Keywords: Open Science; Open Science practices; Open Access; Open Data; Transparency; Science (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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