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Marin-Garcia, JA. (2015). Publishing in two phases for focused research by means of "research collaborations". Working Papers on Operations Management. 6(2):76-80. doi:10.4995/wpom.v6i2.4459.

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Title: Publishing in two phases for focused research by means of "research collaborations"
Secondary Title: La publicación en dos fases para la investigación enfocada a través de “research collaborations”
Author: Marin-Garcia, Juan A.
UPV Unit: Universitat Politècnica de València. Departamento de Organización de Empresas - Departament d'Organització d'Empreses
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[EN] We present and justify a new way to research and publish. This proposal is not intended to substitute or replace traditional ways of doing science, but rather complement, filling a gap and providing an efficient way ...[+]


[ES] En este artículo presentamos y justificamos una nueva forma de investigar y publicar. Esta propuesta no pretende sustituir o reemplazar a los modos tradicionales de hacer ciencias, sino complementarlos, rellenando una ...[+]
Subjects: Focused research , Protocol , Collaboration , Investigación enfocada , Protocolos
Copyrigths: Reconocimiento (by)
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Working Papers on Operations Management. (eissn: 1989-9068 )
DOI: 10.4995/wpom.v6i2.4459
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Universitat Politècnica de València
Publisher version: https://doi.org/10.4995/wpom.v6i2.4459
Type: Artículo

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