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As the network grows, scientiﬁc consensus gets more established. The productive scientists play an important part in the informal networks, and major innovations spur new research areas. Discussing the emergence of new ﬁelds and disciplines, Mattei Dogan and Robert Pahre (1990) have argued that the most innovative research takes place at the cross-section of two or more disciplines or ﬁelds. They explain the emergence of new disciplines and specialties in terms of the dual processes of fragmentation and hybridization.
Third, and most important, university presses have an extremely rigorous manuscript selection process, usually fashioned as some variation of a peer review process. The selection process typically has three stages: in-house evaluation, peer review, and editorial committee approval, with individual variations at the various presses. ’’ This does not necessarily imply that the commercial publishing houses employ less rigorous standards in publishing scientiﬁc literature. However, it does appear that at a typical university press, the peer review process is a signiﬁcant part of the decision-making process.
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