Interview with the Scholarly Kitchen’s Kent Anderson

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"When at the end of October, eLife announced that it had published its first few articles, critics were angered to see that the papers had been hosted not on the journal’s own website, but on PubMed Central. The most active critic of these latest developments is Kent Anderson, who has responded by penning a series of hard-hitting posts on the Scholarly Kitchen blog. Anderson is a former executive director of The New England Journal of Medicine, and currently CEO/Publisher of The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery. He is also Editor-in-Chief of The Scholarly Kitchen blog and, as he puts it, “one of the more vocal sceptics of open access”. I publish an interview with Anderson that was conducted by email over the last few days." Posted by stevehit to pep.oa pep.biblio on Wed Nov 07 2012


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Date tagged:

11/07/2012, 18:51

Date published:

11/07/2012, 13:51