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Abstract:  In this article we argue that the current endeavors to achieve open access in scientific literature require a discussion about innovation in scholarly publishing and research infrastructure. Drawing on path dependence theory and addressing different open access (OA) models and recent political endeavors, we argue that academia is once again running the risk of outsourcing the organization of its content.


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Tags: oa.business_models oa.obstacles oa.infrastructure

Date tagged:

06/22/2016, 16:30

Date published:

06/22/2016, 08:55