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International Open Access Week! Discover open research knowledge at Strathprints...

25-31 October is International Open Access Week 2021, the theme of which is 'Building Structural Equity' into open knowledge, aligning closely with UNESCO's recently released Recommendation on Open Science.

The Strathprints repository provides a digital archive of University of Strathclyde research outputs. Up to 95% of University of Strathclyde research content published since 2015, such as papers and articles, is available from this repository as Open Access thereby supporting equity in open knowledge - and the team supporting open initiatives at Strathclyde is working tirelessly to make even more content open! Explore recent Open Access research content by world leading researchers across science, engineering, business, social sciences and humanities disciplines.

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Eiser, David and Roy, Graeme and Mitchell, Mark and Stewart, Robert (2021) Implications of Hours Worked for Inequality and Poverty : Final Report. [Report]

Congreve, Emma and Connolly, Kevin and Harrison, Jordan and Kumar, Ashwin and McGregor, Peter and Mitchell, Mark (2021) A Preliminary Investigation into Modelling the Impact of Measures to Reduce Child Poverty in Scotland. [Report]


Laugwitz, Justus and Mitchell, Mark and Valdivieso Massa, Patricio (2020) Quantifying Socioeconomic Inequality in Childhood Obesity. Discussion paper. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

Razzu, Giovanni and Singleton, Carl and Mitchell, Mark (2020) On why the gender employment gap in Britain has stalled since the early 1990s. Industrial Relations Journal, 51 (6). pp. 476-501. ISSN 0019-8692

Eiser, David and Roy, Graeme and Mitchell, Mark (2020) Implications of Hours Worked for Inequality and Poverty : Interim Report. [Report]

Mitchell, Mark and Young, Alf and Spowage, Mairi (2020) The crisis in context [Podcast] EP11. Fraser of Allander Institute, Glasgow.

This list was generated on Wed Oct 20 12:27:27 2021 BST.