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Debating Open Access

edited by Nigel Vincent and Chris Wickham

• Nigel Vincent and Chris Wickham

A collection of 8 articles by leading academics and publishers reflecting on the challenges of open access publication for humanities and social sciences, published 1 July 2013.

Featuring contributions from:
Rita Gardner
Stuart M. Shieber
Chris Wickham
Stephen Curry
Martin Paul Eve
Ziyad Marar
Robin Osborne
Nigel Vincent

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Debating open access: introduction, by Chris Wickham and Nigel Vincent
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Open access and learned societies, by Rita Gardner
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Ecumenical open access and the Finch Report principles, by Stuart M. Shieber
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Open access in the UK and the international environment: the view from Humanities and Social Science, Chris Wickham
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Political, cultural and technological dimensions of open access: an exploration, Stephen Curry
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Before the law: open access, quality control and the future of peer review, Martin Paul Eve
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Creating scholarly knowledge in the digital age, Ziyad Marar
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Why open access makes no sense, Robin Osborne
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The monograph challenge, Nigel Vincent
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