All that glisters: investigating collective funding mechanisms for gold Open Access in humanities disciplines

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Eve, Martin Paul;

BACKGROUND This article sets out the economic problems faced by the humanities disciplines in the transition to gold open access and outlines the bases for investigations of collective funding models. Beginning with a series of four problems, it then details the key pla... View more
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