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Data Access Restrictions Reduce Diversity in Scientific Research

A paper co-authored by Berkeley Haas Asst. Professors Abhishek Nagaraj and Mathijs de Vaan finds that data access restrictions reduce diversity in scientific research.

New technologies allow for the collection of large, high-quality datasets that can be used in a variety of scientific research, from economics to biology to astronomy. But high costs and data access restrictions can limit the diversity of researchers who have access as well as the range of research undertaken with this valuable data.

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