Read and Publish Contracts in the Context of a Dynamic Scholarly Publishing System | Annemieke van Barneveld-Biesma et al. | Technopolis Group, July 2020

Drawing on a Delphi survey among stakeholders, this in-depth report has explored future Open Access scenarios, e.g., via transitional deals, while comparing these with the baseline of predominantly subscription-based contracts with delayed Open Access through repositories after publishing.

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Go to the profile of Pablo Markin
almost 4 years ago

This report suggests that the scholarly publishing market is most likely to move toward either publisher-owned or community-owned Open Access platforms over the long term depending on the actions of stakeholders, e.g., scientific communities. In this respect, both national and regional consortia are likely to be decisive both for the development and implementation of Open Access strategies and their eventual outcomes in terms of prevalent publisher-library agreements and associated infrastructures.