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The EUI Academic Publications and Data 2021 Edition

The EUI Library has recently published the 14th edition of the EUI Academic Publications and Data, which highlights the academic output by members of the European University Institute.

01 June 2022 | Publication - Research

This annual report presents both the research output by EUI members, including their publications and datasets, and the EUI series. The EUI Academic Publications and Data directory is as always based on data from Cadmus, the EUI Research Repository.

The 14th EUI directory of 2021 academic publications and data contains more than 1200 contributions, consisting of 85 books, 122 book chapters, 97 theses, 418 journal articles, 150 working papers, 258 research reports, lectures, policy briefs and papers, as well as 16 datasets. Furthermore, it includes an annex with a special collection on EUI COVID-19 related research, consisting of more than 100 contributions.

In the edition’s foreword, EUI Dean of Research, Professor Giacomo Calzolari, stresses that "the publications listed in this report attest to the dynamism and excellence of the whole EUI academic community and serve to make the EUI research output better known in both academic and non-academic milieus." He further expresses feeling "honoured and proud to introduce the extensive publication activity of the EUI’s vibrant research community."

In line with the EUI policy for Open Access, the Institute aims at making research as widely available as possible. In this regard, Professor Calzolari invites all faculty, researchers, and fellows to make as much of their research available in Open Access.

In his introduction, Pep Torn, EUI Library Director, notes that "66% of 2021’s research outputs are Open Access," adding that "in 2021 Cadmus page views were nearly 1 million."

The directory is produced by the EUI Library, which actively supports the members of the EUI academic community in their efforts to publish Open Access through 'Transformative and Special Agreements' with publishers, and, since 2022, through a small 'EUI Fund for Article Processing Charges (APCs)'. Moreover, the Library has recently endorsed the 20th anniversary statement of the Budapest Open Access Initiative, confirming the EUI's position at the forefront of the Open Access movement. 

In addition, the Library also has a special fund for Fair Open Science initiatives, aiming at supporting non-profit forms of Open Access. These initiatives are described in the EUI Activity Report 2021.

Find here all editions of the EUI Academic Publications and Data.

Last update: 01 June 2022

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