Compliance in a world of limited choices | Pettersson | ScieCom Info 2013-06-24


Use the link to access the full text article published in the journal ScieCom Info.  The abstract reads as follows: "Compliance with funders’ open access (OA) requirements is increasingly important for researchers but the consequences that OA policies have for smaller, specialized scientific journals are rarely discussed. There are signs that consortia subscription models in combination with hybrid OA publishing have put many smaller journals in situations where they are unable to control their own OA pricing levels and ultimately their options of a successful transition into full OA publishing models."


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Tags: oa.business_models oa.publishers oa.mandates oa.societies oa.sustainability oa.prices oa.hybrid oa.funders oa.compliance oa.consortia oa.sciecominfo oa.policies oa.journals oa.economics_of

Date tagged:

06/24/2013, 15:44

Date published:

06/24/2013, 11:44