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but would also accelerate the reimagining of scholarly publishing as a core function
of a university, much like a library. While some publishers warn against lessening
financial incentives in publishing (which they claim spur them to do better work and
help allocate resources toward demand), increasingly administrators, funding
bodies, and librarians believe that today's dysfunctional market so poorly reflects
demand that it requires a radical rethinking, even of the financial incentives.
The author wishes to thank Isaac Gilman and Maria Bonn for their comments on a
draft of this article.
i See question in "What open access journals will be eligible for underwriting of their
publication charges?" at the COPE FAQ:
ii Knowledge Unlatched, http://www.knowledgeunlatched.org/.
i "Library Partnership Subsidies (LPS)", Open Library of the Humanities,
iv "Prospectus for an Institutionally Funded First-book Subvention," June 2014,
V Rebecca Kennison and Lisa Norberg, "A Scalable and Sustainable Approach to Open
Access Publishing and Archiving for Humanities and Social Sciences: A White
Paper," pp. 5, 40, 40-41.
vi "A National Monograph Strategy Roadmap," Jisc, http://www.jisc.ac.uk/reports/a-
vii See Chris Armbruster, "Open Access in the Natural and Social Sciences: The
Correspondence of Innovative Moves to Enhance Access, Inclusion and Impact in
Scholarly Communication," Policy Futures in Education, vol. 6, no. 4 (2008), p. 428.
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