Deal impasse severs Elsevier access for some German universities | Times Higher Education (THE)

peter.suber's bookmarks 2017-01-06


"In December, talks broke down, with the German side accusing the publisher of unfair pricing and not doing enough to make papers openly accessible. 

With no last-minute deal struck before the new year, and about 60 research organisations seeing their individual contracts expire at the end of 2016, German researchers are beginning to lose access to journals."


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Tags: oa.germany oa.elsevier oa.publishers oa.negotiations oa.universities oa.libraries oa.piracy oa.guerrilla oa.sci-hub oa.offsets oa.fees oa.netherlands oa.cancellations


01/06/2017, 10:57