OAPEN-UK matched pairs pilot: Final Report

peter.suber's bookmarks 2020-11-03

Summary:

"This report outlines the main findings from the OAPEN-UK matched pairs pilot. The pilot ran from September 2011 – August 2014. Five publishers submitted pairs of titles to the pilot, matched as closely as possible on a number of areas. The project team randomly selected one title from each pair to be made open access, and the other title was used as a control. Over three years, we gathered sales and usage data to try to understand what happens when you make a monograph open access. A sixth publisher joined the project in September 2013."

Link:

https://oapen.fra1.digitaloceanspaces.com/3bcb7895c4b3477d91c538b245ba248c.pdf

Updated:

11/03/2020, 09:50

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Tags:

oa.books oa.books.sales oa.business_models oa.oapen oa.uk oa.economics_of

Date tagged:

11/03/2020, 14:50

Date published:

01/01/2016, 09:50