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Co-authors with a larger number of previous papers were less likely to co-author a paper with someone of the same ethnicity, suggesting that they are able to draw on a larger network of potential collaborators outside their ethnic group.
If they indicated no co-author work they were asked to stop and to return the questionnaire.
Smoked Beers is not just for brewers," said co-author Larson.