Open access: the time is now, the place is Europe! – Science & research news | Frontiers

lkfitz's bookmarks 2018-08-30


"Frontiers co-founder and CEO, Dr Kamila Markram, presented new data which show that OA journals, in many cases now outperform subscription journals on citations. Overall, OA journals had 2.9 citations per article in 2015–2017 compared with 2.7 for subscriptions journals. Across the portfolios of publishers such as Oxford University Press, Springer-Nature and American Physical Society, OA journals received more citations on average than their subscription-based stablemates."


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Tags: oa.europe oa.notes oa.citations oa.impact oa.frontiers oa.publishers oa.open_science oa.metrics oa.journals

Date tagged:

08/30/2018, 15:40

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08/30/2018, 11:40