Open Access in Indonesia - Irawan - - Development and Change - Wiley Online Library

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Abstract:  Despite the absence of funding pressures that explicitly mandate a shift to open access (OA), Indonesia is a leader in OA publishing. Indonesia subscribes to a non‐profit model of OA, which differs from that promoted by Plan S. The penetration of bibliometric systems of academic performance assessment is pushing Indonesian scholars away from a local non‐profit model of OA to a model based on high publication charges. This article considers whether Plan S promotes or undermines the ability of Indonesian scholars to develop systems of OA adapted to local resource constraints and research needs.



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Tags: oa.indonesia oa.south oa.nonprofit oa.growth oa.plan_s oa.objections oa.debates oa.fees oa.quality oa.asean oa.journals

Date tagged:

02/07/2021, 14:52

Date published:

02/07/2021, 09:54