Collaboration patterns in the German political science co-authorship network


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LEIFELD, Philip, Sandra Andrea WANKMÜLLER, Valentin Tim Zacharias BERGER, Karin INGOLD, Christiane STEINER, 2017. Collaboration patterns in the German political science co-authorship network. In: PLOS ONE. 12(4), e0174671. eISSN 1932-6203. Available under: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0174671

@article{Leifeld2017Colla-39141, title={Collaboration patterns in the German political science co-authorship network}, year={2017}, doi={10.1371/journal.pone.0174671}, number={4}, volume={12}, journal={PLOS ONE}, author={Leifeld, Philip and Wankmüller, Sandra Andrea and Berger, Valentin Tim Zacharias and Ingold, Karin and Steiner, Christiane}, note={Article Number: e0174671} }

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