State of Open Monograph Series: Open access monograph funding - Digital Science

TomMosterd's bookmarks 2020-09-18


In part two of the State of Open Monograph Series (Economics of Open Access Monographs), we continue our conversation with Lara Speicher, Head of Publishing at UCL Press and Erich van Rijn, Director of Journals and Open Access at University of California Press.  We previously discussed the real and perceived costs of open access monographs in part one. Here, we take a look at where funding for open access monographs should come from as national funders (e.g., UKRINWO) consider open access mandates, return on investment and a sustainable future. 


Sara Grimme and Charles Watkinson spoke to Lara and Erich about investments in open access monographs.



09/18/2020, 00:29

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