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Paper 168_elpub2007:
Five Years on - The Impact of the Budapest Open Access Initiative

id 168_elpub2007
authors Hagemann, Melissa R.
year 2007
title Five Years on - The Impact of the Budapest Open Access Initiative
source ELPUB2007. Openness in Digital Publishing: Awareness, Discovery and Access - Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Electronic Publishing held in Vienna, Austria 13-15 June 2007 / Edited by: Leslie Chan and Bob Martens. ISBN 978-3-85437-292-9, 2007, pp. 153-160
summary Open Access was first defined by the Budapest Open Access Initiative following a meeting organized by the Open Society Institute/Soros foundations. The subsequent Open Access movement has had a large impact on the scholarly communications system. This is seen in the growing number of Open Access journals and institutional and subject-based repositories which have developed over the past five years. The reaction of publishers to the movement has been mixed with individual publishers (both commercial and non-profit) experimenting with the model while large publishers' associations have generally shown resistance. However, the movement continues to gain strength as research funding agencies adopt Open Access mandates to the research they support.
keywords open access; Budapest open access initiative; Open Society Institute
series ELPUB:2007
type normal paper
email mhagemann@sorosny.org
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