Plan S: An Economist’s Perspective

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Abstract:  Many scholarly journals charge high prices to research libraries and generate high profits. Open access regulation, in its various forms, can mitigate this problem. This essay examines a particular policy, ìPlan Sî, which aims broadly to require regulated authors to publish their research in open access journals, which among other drawbacks of the policy greatly limits their publishing options.


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oa.plan_s oa.economics oa.policies oa.objections oa.debates oa.repositories oa.journals oa.ssh

Date tagged:

06/01/2021, 09:57

Date published:

06/01/2021, 05:57