ROARMAP: Japan Ministry of Culture and Science Recommends OA Policy

http://roarmap.eprints.org/706/

The establishment of open access [is] promoted in the Fourth Science and Technology Basic Plan. Funding agencies should require researchers to report to them the method of access to the results of the funded research, including its open access availability, to control the relationship between funding and its consequences. The research results report form of Grants for Scientific Research have fields in which researchers fill in the web addresses and DOIs of their research articles…. There are two main ways of making research results open access. One is to publish papers in open access journals; the other is for researchers themselves to make their papers accessible online.

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