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The Changing Research and Publication Environment in American Research Universities

Suggested Citation, Acknowledgments

 

Bell RK, Hill D, Lehming RF. 2007. The Changing Research and Publication Environment in American Research Universities. Working Paper SRS 07-204. Arlington, VA: Division of Science Resources Statistics, National Science Foundation.


Administrators and researchers at the nine universities visited by members of the SRS study team gave generously of their time to arrange interviews and meetings and respond to the team's questions. Over the course of the SRS publication trends project, Martin Blume, Monica Bradford, Timothy Coffey, Susan E. Cozzens, Irwin Feller, Peter Healey, Harold S. Javitz, Claudia Mitchell-Kernan, Hans Roosendahl, and Ann Wolpert provided both valuable general advice on the project as a whole and constructive comments on manuscript drafts. Kate Staples and Janet McNaughton of Lockheed Martin Aspen Systems served as editors for the report.

Division of Science Resources Statistics
Lynda T. Carlson
Division Director
Mary J. Frase
Deputy Director

Rolf F. Lehming
Program Director, Science and Engineering Indicators Program









 
The Changing Research and Publication Environment in American Research Universities
Working Paper | SRS 07-204 | July 2007