Mandating Open Access

Some slides showing the benefits (and necessity) of mandating OA. Without mandates from their institutions of funders, most researchers will not provide OA spontaneously. With mandates, over 90% comply, over 80% willingly. Only Green OA self-archiving can be mandated, so universal Green OA mandates need to come before any transition to Gold OA publishing.

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Comment by Stevan Harnad on October 24, 2010 at 9:59am

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