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The aim of this project was to examine the costs and benefits of three alternative models for scholarly publishing - subscription publishing, open access publishing and self-archiving.
The project involved two major phases:
• Phase I: Identification of costs and benefits...
This Research Report studies an often-neglected market segment, that of small businesses. An online survey and individual interviews were conducted in June 2009, to explore the importance of information in research journals, level of use, quality of access provision, and suggestions for improvement. Users in...
• In June 2009, over 1000 UK research users responded to a survey about their access to and use of professional and academic information (including research articles published in journals, about which more detailed feedback was obtained).
• Information was generally ranked as a...
This paper assesses the extent to which the theoretical openness of access to refereed papers in open access journals is being exploited in practice.
This report set out to build and test some tools and methods to help address the lack of business information on scholarly journal publishing at a pivotal time when financial models are changing.
1. Within US based humanities...
This guide describes income models capable of sustaining Open Access as typically defined; that is, as free and immediate online access to peer-reviewed journal literature.