Benedikt Fecher
Benedikt Fecher
Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society
Verified email at internetundgesellschaft.de - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Open science: one term, five schools of thought
B Fecher, S Friesike
Opening science, 17-47, 2014
2432014
What drives academic data sharing?
B Fecher, S Friesike, M Hebing
PloS one 10 (2), e0118053, 2015
1832015
Opening science: The evolving guide on how the internet is changing research, collaboration and scholarly publishing
S Bartling, S Friesike
Springer-Verlag GmbH, 2014
1472014
A reputation economy: results from an empirical survey on academic data sharing
B Fecher, S Friesike, M Hebing, S Linek, A Sauermann
arXiv preprint arXiv:1503.00481, 2015
402015
A reputation economy: how individual reward considerations trump systemic arguments for open access to data
B Fecher, S Friesike, M Hebing, S Linek
Palgrave Communications 3, 17051, 2017
142017
Perceptions and practices of replication by social and behavioral scientists: Making replications a mandatory element of curricula would be useful
B Fecher, M Fräßdorf, GG Wagner
DIW Berlin Discussion Paper, 2016
102016
Setting up crowd science projects
K Scheliga, S Friesike, C Puschmann, B Fecher
Public Understanding of Science 27 (5), 515-534, 2018
92018
Data sharing as social dilemma: Influence of the researcher’s personality
SB Linek, B Fecher, S Friesike, M Hebing
PloS one 12 (8), e0183216, 2017
92017
Rather than simply moving from “paying to read” to “paying to publish”, it’s time for a European Open Access Platform
B Fecher, S Friesike, I Peters, GG Wagner
Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 2017
82017
Could Blockchain provide the technical fix to solve science’s reproducibility crisis?
S Bartling, B Fecher
Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 2016
82016
Open access, innovation, and research infrastructure
B Fecher, G Wagner
Publications 4 (2), 17, 2016
72016
Replication studies in economics—How many and which papers are chosen for replication, and why?
F Mueller-Langer, B Fecher, D Harhoff, GG Wagner
Research Policy 48 (1), 62-83, 2019
62019
A research symbiont
B Fecher, GG Wagner
Science 351 (6280), 1405-1406, 2016
62016
The economics of replication
F Mueller-Langer, B Fecher, D Harhoff, GG Wagner
Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition Research Paper, 2017
42017
Research parasites are beneficial for the organism as a whole: competition between researchers creates a symbiotic relationship
B Fecher, GG Wagner
IZA Discussion Paper, 2016
42016
Reputation instead of obligation: forging new policies to motivate academic data sharing.
DS Friesike, B Fecher, M Hebing, S Linek
Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 2015
42015
Journal flipping or a public open access infrastructure? What kind of open access future do we want?
T Ross-Hellauer, B Fecher
Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 2017
32017
Eine Reputationsökonomie: der Wert der Daten in der akademischen Forschung
B Fecher
Springer-Verlag, 2018
22018
Tautology, antithesis, rallying cry, or business model?" Open science" is open to interpretation
B Fecher, T Ross-Hellauer
Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 2018
22018
Collaboration, participation and transparency: The promise of digitizing academic research
S Friesike, B Fecher
Research Handbook on Digital Transformations, 2016
22016
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