The open access movement at a crossroad: Are the big publishers and academic social media taking over? release 6n5f6xnipbhtdpnotbty42cy5e

by Bo-Christer Björk

Published in Learned Publishing by Wiley
ISSN-L 0953-1513
Volume 29
Page(s) 131-134
Release Date 2016-03-01
Publisher Wiley
Primary Language en (lookup)
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subtitle ['Open access']

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