Open Access: national policy initiatives as an alternative to personal commitment

Derek Law, G. Sica (Editor)

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    Abstract

    After ten years of evangelism for open access, which has created understanding but few large repositories, the paper argues that, at least in small countries, aligning OA with governmental policy initiatives may be more productive.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationOpen Access: Open Problems
    Place of PublicationMonza, Italy
    Pages21-32
    Number of pages11
    Publication statusPublished - 2006

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    Keywords

    • open access
    • repositories
    • digital scotland

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    Law, D., & Sica, G. (Ed.) (2006). Open Access: national policy initiatives as an alternative to personal commitment. In Open Access: Open Problems (pp. 21-32). Monza, Italy.
    Law, Derek ; Sica, G. (Editor). / Open Access: national policy initiatives as an alternative to personal commitment. Open Access: Open Problems. Monza, Italy, 2006. pp. 21-32
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