Emerald | Library Review | Open Access in the Czech Republic: an Overview

abernard102@gmail.com 2013-05-09


Use the link to access pay-per-view options for the article published in Library Review available from Emerald.  The abstract reads as follows: "Purpose - The purpose of this article is a complex description and evaluation of open access adoption in the environment of the Czech Republic, from both the green way and golden way point of view. Design/methodology/approach - Data and conclusions in this paper are numerically supported by quantitative analyses from several relevant databases (e.g. JCR, Scopus, DOAJ or ROAR). Findings - The issue of open access hasn’t been given appropriate attention in the Czech Republic. Therefore most of the important activities have only recently been implemented, or they're still underway. Open access is still being completely ignored at the level of Czech state offices and funding agencies, which leads to scientific institutions learning of this phenomenon individually. Compared to other Central European countries, the Czech Republic can be classified as average in certain respects, but it is no competition for developed West European and North American countries in terms of awareness, infrastructure and open access adoption. Originality/value - This is the very first article that comprehensively sums up all aspects of the issue of open access in the Czech Republic."



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Date tagged:

05/09/2013, 12:52

Date published:

05/09/2013, 08:52