Knowledge Exchange comparative report on Costs and Benefits of Open Access

Connotea Imports 2012-07-31


Another report by John Houghton on the economic impact of OA. "We estimate that in an open access world: [1] Open access or ‘author-pays’ publishing for journal articles (i.e. ‘Gold OA’) might bring net system savings of around EUR 70 million per annum nationally in Denmark, EUR 133 million in the Netherlands and EUR 480 million in the UK (at 2007 prices and levels of publishing activity); [2] Open access self-archiving without subscription cancellations (i.e. ‘Green OA’) might save around EUR 30 million per annum nationally for Denmark in a worldwide ‘Green OA’ system, EUR 50 million in the Netherlands and EUR 125 million in the UK; and [3] The open access self-archiving with overlay services model explored is necessarily more speculative, but a repositories and overlay services model may well produce similar cost savings to open access publishing."



08/07/2009, 05:20

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Tags: oa.netherlands oa.denmark oa.economics_of



Date tagged:

07/31/2012, 23:42

Date published:

07/01/2009, 13:49