Towards A Competitive And Sustainable Oa Market In Europe - A Study Of The Open Access Market And Policy Environment

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Johnson, R.; Fosci, M.; Chiarelli, A.; Pinfield, S.; Jubb, M.;
(2017)
  • Publisher: Zenodo
  • Identifiers: doi: 10.5281/zenodo.401029
  • Subject: open access | OpenAIRE | open access publishing | gold open access

Deliverable 5.3 of OpenAIRE WP5: FP7 Post Grant Gold Open Access Pilot. This deliverable consists of a study and an annex - and it will be supplemented by a roadmap in May 2017. This study considers the economic factors contributing to the current state of th... View more
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    Report structure .....................................................................................................................13

    Definitions and glossary .........................................................................................................14

    Limitations of the study..........................................................................................................14

    Acknowledgements ................................................................................................................15 State of the OA market..............................................................................................................17 2.1 Overview of the scholarly publishing market.........................................................................17 2.2 The open access publishing market .......................................................................................20

    The transition to open access ..........................................................................................................20 OA publishing and dissemination ....................................................................................................20 3.1 Competition in the scholarly publishing market ....................................................................27

    Journal non-substitutability as a barrier to entry into the market..................................................27 3.2 Sustainability in the scholarly publishing market...................................................................32

    Supply-side sustainability.................................................................................................................32

    Open access to scientific knowledge as a public service........................................................38 The OA policy landscape in Europe ............................................................................................42 4.6 Implications for European policymakers ................................................................................52 5. Charting a path towards a sustainable and competitive OA market .........................................53 9 See, e.g.,

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