Going all the way: how Hindawi became an open access publisher
Author: Peters, Paul
Source: Learned Publishing, Volume 20, Number 3, July 2007 , pp. 191-195(5)
Abstract:As the Hindawi Publishing Corporation approaches its tenth anniversary, the author looks back at the history of Hindawi and examines a number of challenges that the company has faced over the past decade. These challenges include the rapid expansion of the company's workforce, the establishment of a standard editorial system for its journals, and the conversion of Hindawi's entire operation to an open access publication model. Although some of Hindawi's characteristics may not be common among other publishers, many of the challenges that Hindawi has faced are the result of recent developments within the scholarly publishing market that have implications for the entire industry.
Document Type: Case Report
Publication date: July 1, 2007
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