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Is it really more expensive for a journal to be more selective?

A frequent point raised in the discussion about open access it that it would cost much more per published paper in more selective journals, for example in this Nature News Feature. I’ve never seen this broken down in detail, but … Continuer la lecture

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Predatory #OpenAccess publishers: what’s the worst which can happen?

A recurring theme in discussions about open access is the problem of predatory publishers, illustrated by Beall’s list. Now I agree that it is not nice that these exist (although the threshold for inclusion in the list can be debated), … Continuer la lecture

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