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Journal of Global Health Economics and Policy
There is a growing concern of low representation of researchers from low-middle-income countries (LMICs) in the publication of global health research in high-impact peer-reviewed journals. Nobody denies that researchers from the developing world generally face several obstacles to publishing their research. In this viewpoint, we share some of the barriers we have observed from our experience working in both academia and global health practice in low and middle-income countries such as limiteddoi:10.52872/001c.25802 fatcat:jb6f7fwko5au3kpm3mhz4t3pdu