Plan S and Other Progress for Open Access to Knowledge | Stefano Bianco and Laura Patrizii | SCIentific RESearch and Information Technology, Vol 10, (2020), 59-64

This paper discusses the context and implications of the Plan S for scholarly publishing and university libraries.

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Go to the profile of Pablo Markin
over 3 years ago

Despite likely expectations, the Plan S may be falling short of reducing the market share of closed-access journals, due to its limited contribution to rectifying the publishing market failure from the Open Access perspective: