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This chapter investigates how the publication profile of Danish research has changed since the introduction of the BRI. Monographs and articles published in anthologies have become less common channels for Danish scholars, following a decrease in the status assigned by the BRI to these publication channels. However, the BRI has not been followed by an increase in publication in the most prestigious journals. The more the BRI is implemented locally, the higher the relative share of Level 1 points (as opposed to ‘high level’ Level 2 publications). The chapter also examines the extent to which the BRI led to changes in language. In contrast to what was intended, Danish-language publications are clearly in retreat.
KeywordsResearch productivity University productivity Research language Publication incentives
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