What do “Pursuing happiness: The architecture of sustainable change” and “The World Distribution of Household Wealth” have in common? They’re both UC faculty-published articles on UC’s flourishing open access platform, eScholarship. eScholarship supports the publication of UC-affiliated conference papers, articles, books and journals representing a vast range of academic disciplines and departments. As of the end March 2012, eScholarship included 45,766 individual publications and 55 journals from across the University of California system.
The top ten papers from the first quarter of 2012, by campus:
- UCB “Library Terms That Users Understand” by John Kupersmith, LAUC-B and Library Staff Research
- UCD “Using Natural Gas Transmission Pipeline Costs to Estimate Hydrogen Pipeline Costs” by Nathan Parker, Institute of Transportation Studies
- UCI “A Spectral Analysis of World GDP Dynamics: Kondratieff Waves, Kuznets Swings, Juglar and Kitchin Cycles in Global Economic Development, and the 2008/2009 Economic Crisis” by Andrey V Korotayev, Sergey V. Tsirel, Structure and Dynamics
- UCLA “An Introduction To Green Marketing” by Michael Jay Polonsky, Electronic Green Journal
- UCM “Recently Discovered Accounts Concerning the “Lone Woman” of San Nicolas Island” by Travis Hudson, Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology
- UCR “Pursuing happiness: The architecture of sustainable change” by S Lyubomirsky, K M Sheldon, D Schkade, UC Riverside Postprints
- UCSB “Twain’s Rhetoric of Irony in ‘the War-Prayer’” by Helen Lock, Journal of Transnational American Studies
- UCSC “The World Distribution of Household Wealth” by James B. Davies, Anthony Shorrocks, Susanna Sandstrom, Edward N. Wolff, Mapping Global Inequalities
- UCSD “A Tale of Two Borders: The U.S.-Mexico and U.S.-Canada Lines After 9/11” by Peter Andreas, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies
- UCSF “Machine Learning Benchmarks and Random Forest Regression” by Mark R Segal, Center for Bioinformatics and Molecular Biostatistics
Launched in 2002, eScholarship provides a suite of open access, scholarly publishing services and research tools that enable departments, research units, publishing programs, and individual scholars associated with the University of California to have direct control over the creation and dissemination of the full range of their scholarship. To learn more about helping your faculty and colleagues participate in this exciting open access service, contact your campus Scholarly Communications Officer or Justin Gonder at the CDL (email@example.com).