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Open Access: Driving Innovation In Academic Markets?

Posted at 8:40AM Tuesday 11 Feb 2014

It has been instructive to watch the debate over Open Access (OA) ebb and flow over the last decade and more. We have now reached a point where OA is firmly established as part of the landscape of academic communication, and where academic publishers are being challenged to innovate and change in response.

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