The Challenges of Spanish Scientific Publishing in the Development of the Europe of Knowledge


The scientific publications are being affected by the transformations that have taken place in the last decade from the creation of the EHEA and ERA. One of the priority aims of the European Union is to obtain a Europe of the knowledge, with the backbone provided by the activity of the university. In this context, the scientific publications play a key role as prime example of the scientific production and authorised way of diffusion. Nevertheless, the European scientific activity measured by the specialised publications does not reach the levels of its most direct competitors, The United States and Japan (mainly in Biomedicine and Materials Science, respectively).


scientific journals, EHEA, ERA, quality criteria, reaserch and innovation (R&I)


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