Open access downloads: October 2019

Statistics from the OA collection of DSpace@MIT

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT includes scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through open access policies at MIT or publisher agreements.

Each month we highlight the month’s download numbers and a few of the most-downloaded articles in the collection, and we feature stats and comments from a particular country.

See your own download statistics or those of a particular MIT department, lab, or center.

Top downloaded articles for October:

A multifaceted program causes lasting progress for the very poor: Evidence from six countries, Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, Nathanael Goldberg, Dean Karlan, Robert Osei, William Parienté, Jeremy Shapiro, Bram Thuysbaert, Christopher Udry

Intensive Working Memory Training Produces Functional Changes in Large-Scale Frontoparietal Networks, Todd W. Thompson, Michael L. Waskom, John D.E. Gabrieli

Systems thinking for safety and security, William Young and Nancy Leveson

Questions or comments? Email us: