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Research Openness in Canadian Political Science: Toward an Inclusive and Differentiated Discussion
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique
In this paper, we initiate a discussion within the Canadian political science community about research openness and its implications for our discipline. This discussion is important because the Tri-Agency has recently released guidelines on data management and because a number of political science journals, from several subfields, have signed the Journal Editors' Transparency Statement requiring data access and research transparency (DA-RT). As norms regarding research openness develop, andoi:10.1017/s0008423917000026 fatcat:isf5yeautrcvrkhj567x7cpcue