The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy has cited a paper published by academics and alumni from the Department of Land Economy in their new report.

The paper, entitled 'The impact of open access mandates on scientific research and technological development in the U.S.', was published by iScience, and was cited in the White House's new 'Report to the U.S. Congress on Financing Mechanisms for Open Access Publishing of Federally Funded Research'.

It was written by Dr Benedict Probst and Dr Paul Lohmann, who are both recent PhD graduates from the Department and current Fellows at CEENRG, in collaboration with Professor Andreas Kontoleon and Professor Laura Diaz Anadon, who are both current academics in the Department.

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