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Ideas on creating a consumer market for scholarly journals

Authors: Nicholas, David; Huntington, Paul; Dobrowolski, Tom; Rowlands, Ian

Source: Learned Publishing, Volume 19, Number 4, October 2006 , pp. 245-249(5)

Publisher: Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers

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Based upon the CIBER surveys of the behaviour of scholars using research journals online the authors propose a market structure for the publication of research in which payments would be made at the article level by individual users – using credits supplied by their institutions or research funders – broadly along the lines of the iTunes model.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: October 1, 2006

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