No deal! Sweden Cancelled Agreement with Elsevier to Stand Up for Open Science | Zenodo

Kirstine's bookmarks 2019-07-05


In this talk we highlight some results after the Swedish Bibsam consortium decided to cancel the agreement with scientific publisher Elsevier after 20 years as they couldn’t present a model that met the demands of the consortium.

The requirements were immediate open access to all articles published in Elsevier journals by researchers affiliated to participating organisations as well as reading access to all articles in Elsevier’s journals. Bibsam also demanded a sustainable price model that enables a transition to open access publishing. We investigate the effects of this cancellation on Sweden’s largest technical university, the KTH Royal Institute of Technology.



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Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) » Kirstine's bookmarks

Tags: oa.switzerland oa.elsevier oa.negotiations oa.cancellations oa.open_science oa.liber oa.agreements oa.universities oa.hei oa.economics_of oa.sweden

Date tagged:

07/05/2019, 05:05

Date published:

07/05/2019, 01:05