OPERAS Open Access Business Models White Paper | Zenodo

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Summary:

The white paper on Business Models for Open Access proposes that there is no single ideal business model for Open Access that can be adopted as standard. It describes the current landscape in which there are multiple approaches to OA publishing, many of which are adopted by OPERAS members to suit their particular circumstances, although the APC and BPC models still predominate especially among commercial publishers. The paper describes the business models adopted by members both from the point of view of publishers, and of service providers such as Knowledge Unlatched, as well as looking at models emerging elsewhere such as in the USA and at national level in some European countries, where interesting collaborative approaches are being undertaken. The paper analyses the pros and cons of different models, and concludes with some suggestions for ways of bringing greater stability and sustainability to Open Access publishing models.

Link:

https://zenodo.org/record/1323708

Updated:

07/30/2018, 11:03

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Tags:

oa.new oa.open_science oa.business_models oa.fees oa.no-fee oa.offsets oa.overlay oa.publishers oa.publishing oa.revenues oa.costs oa.print oa.sustainability oa.usa oa.europe oa.uk oa.economics_of

Authors:

Lara Speicher; Lorenzo Armando; Margo Bargheer; Martin Paul Eve; Sven Fund; Delfim Leão; Max Mosterd; Frances Pinter; Irakleitos Souyioultzoglou

Copyright info:

CC-BY 4.0 -- Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License

Date tagged:

08/20/2018, 15:03

Date published:

08/20/2018, 11:03