Wikipedia:Wikipedia as a conference paper source

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Below is a small list of academic conference papers citing Wikipedia as a source.


  • Tunsch, Thomas: Museen und Wikipedia. In: Gesellschaft zur Förderung angewandter Informatik, EVA Conferences International (eds). EVA 2007 Berlin, die 14. Berliner Veranstaltung der Internationalen EVA-Serie Electronic Imaging & the Visual Arts. Berlin: Gesellschaft zur Förderung angewandter Informatik, EVA Conferences International. (7th—9th Nov 2007). 87. 15–21. ISBN 3-9809212-8-X.



  • Andreas Charitou, Eleni Constantinidis, Size and Book-to-Market Factors in Earnings and Stock Returns: Empirical Evidence for Japan. Presented at 2004 annual conference of The International Journal of Accounting. Cites Economy of Japan.


  • Daniel Rocco, David Buttler, Ling Liu, Page Digest for Large-Scale Web Services. IEEE International Conference on E-Commerce. Cites CRC.
  • Roland Rich, Reviewing Democracy in the Pacific. Presented at Suva Conference on Governance in Pacific States. Cites Deliberative democracy.


  • Felipe Rodriquez, Censorship of online media. Presented at OSCE Workshop, Vienna (November 2003). Cites censorship. [1]

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