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5 Trends For Academic Publishing In 2014

Posted at 8:32AM Wednesday 15 Jan 2014

Just as the academic publishing industry has become progressively attracted to measuring article, as opposed to journal, influence, it has also become more open to exploring ways of monetizing smaller chunks of content in addition to 'bread and butter' profit-making on journals and individual articles.

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