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Open Access Publication in the Spotlight (July 2021)

06 July 2021

Each month, the open access team of the University of Groningen Library (UB) puts a recent open access article by UG authors in the spotlight.

Article in the spotlight for July 2021
'Do households prefer to move up or down the urban hierarchy during an economic crisis?', written by Eveline van Leeuwen (Wageningen University) and Viktor Venhorst (Economic Geography department at the Faculty of Spatial Sciences)

In our Open Science Blog, the corresponding author reflect on their motivation to publish open access.

Van Leeuwen, E. S., & Venhorst, V. A. (2021). Do households prefer to move up or down the urban hierarchy during an economic crisis? Journal of Geographical Systems, 23(2), 263–289. doi:10.1007/s10109-021-00353-7

About Open Access in the Spotlight
The initiative wishes to emphasize the relevance of open access publishing for the visibility of research and to acknowledge open science best practices at the same time. Authors are given the opportunity to speak about their motives to publish open access and their experience with it. Publications from all UG faculties will be included.

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