Journal article Open Access

Agorà o museo? Una proposta di legge per l'accesso aperto

Pievatolo, Maria Chiara

Discussione della proposta di legge (camera.395.18) sull'accesso aperto, presentata al parlamento italiano nel marzo 2018, che spiega perché sarebbe preferibile renderlo possibile con modifiche al diritto d'autore piuttosto che in seno a una disciplina per la tutela dei beni culturali.

The paper deals with a bill presented to the Italian parliament by Luigi Gallo, whose goal is enhancing the current institutional Open Access mandate. However, strengthening institutional mandates without coping with copyright might just increase the bureaucratic burden on the shoulders of universities and individual researchers without managing to open a proportionate amount of scientific literature. Italy, therefore, should consider the idea of following the German, Dutch and French path: empowering authors by granting them a right to make their works available to the public for free, after a rather short period of time.

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