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Lrhoul, H., Ghislaine, C., Bachr, A. and ByadiBouchra, O.B. (2014) Open Access: For Better Visibility of the Medical Scientific Production in Morocco, 2014. In CILA 2014: Open Access And Scientific Research: Towards New Values, Manouba, 27-28 November 2014. [Conference Paper]

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  • TITLE: Inventory and Regularity of Annals Publications of Lubumbashi Higher Institute for Statistics (Dr. Congo) from 1990 to 2015

    AUTHORS: Khang Ndipa Sabine, Abelelau Bokako Sosthene, Tshari Ngoie Hortance

    KEYWORDS: Inventory, Regularity, Annals Publications, Higher Institute for Statistics, Lubumbashi

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Access Library Journal, Vol.4 No.7, July 20, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Within the scientific community, information essentially passes through scientific publications. These publications now occupy a prominent place in the search. They constitute the very purpose of scientific research as a researcher is usually assessed by its publications. The quality of scientific research combines punctuality and continuity over time. This reflection analyzes this question through the annals of the Higher Institute of Statistics of Lubumbashi. This study aims an inventory of scientific production and evaluates the legality of publications in the annals of this institution. We used the literature review. Through this review, we identified scientific publications in the various annals of the Stattistics Higher Institute of Lubumbash from 1990 to 2015. It appears from this study that an irregularity in the publication of the Annals was observed. 92 articles were published in the Annals of which 54 (58.7%) by internal researchers in this institution and 38 (41.3%) by external researchers. Three most productive sectors by internal authors namely the economic, statistical and computer were recorded. A resumption of publications occurred around the years 1998 and 1999 followed by a disappearance of a period of more than four years. The valorisation of the research activity in this university institution inevitably passes through the publication of the articles by the researchers of this institution and the regularity of the publication of their magazine.