Booming research publications in China

Jing Shen, Linqiang Zheng, Zhibin He


China has become a leading powerhouse in global research community. The boom of scientific and technical papers published by Chinese researchers in terms of both quantity and quality has been well received. However, concerns have been raised on current publication drives.

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