Big pharma is embracing open-access publishing like never before

peter.suber's bookmarks 2019-03-01


"Scientists who work in the pharmaceutical industry have begun to publish a higher proportion of their papers open access than academics who aren’t in industry, according to an analysis.

In a literature analysis, researchers found that the proportion of open-access papers published by 23 large drug companies, such as Pfizer and Roche, almost doubled between 2009 and 2016, and has overtaken the proportion of freely available papers published generally in medicine-related fields. The study was posted to the SocArXiv preprint server on 7 February1...."


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Tags: oa.pharma oa.industry oa.authors oa.growth oa.medicine oa.biomedicine oa.biology oa.chemistry

Date tagged:

03/01/2019, 11:00

Date published:

03/01/2019, 06:03