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Publications

Category: Science of Science

Why ex post peer review encourages high-risk research while ex ante review discourages it

Kevin Gross and Carl T. Bergstrom

Science of Science, Information theory

Gender-based homophily in collaborations across a heterogeneous scholarly landscape

Y. Samuel Wang, Carol Lee, et al.

Bibliometrics, Science of Science

Why Scientists Chase Big Problems: Individual Strategy and Social Optimality

Carl T. Bergstrom, Jacob G. Foster, and Yangbo Song

Science of Science, Economics

Contest models highlight inherent inefficiencies of scientific funding competitions

Kevin Gross and Carl T. Bergstrom

Science of Science, Economics, Game Theory

Science of Science

Santo Fortunato, Carl T. Bergstrom, et al.

Science of Science, Bibliometrics

What the `Grievance Studies' Hoax Means

Carl T. Bergstrom

Misinformation, Science of Science

Men set their own cites high: Gender and self-citation across fields and over time

Molly M. King, Carl T. Bergstrom, et al.

Science of Science, Bibliometrics

Publication bias and the canonization of false facts

Silas Boye Nissen, Tali Magidan et al.

Science of Science

You lookin' at me?

Carl T. Bergstrom, Brian Wasik, et al.

Misinformation, Science of Science, Bibliometrics

More on Data Sharing

Carl T. Bergstrom

Science of Science

Finding cultural holes: How structure and culture diverge in networks of scholarly communication

Daril Vilhena, Jacob G. Foster, et al.

Bibliometrics, Science of Science, Information Theory

The Role of Gender in Scholarly Authorship

Jevin D. West, Jennifer Jacquet, et al.

Bibliometrics, Science of Science

The Regularities of Facts

Carl T. Bergstrom

Science of Science