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Overview of publication business models

Grothkopf, Uta

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  <dc:description>This table shows a schematic overview of the most common publication business models currently used in science publishing, with a special focus on Gold OA, Transformative Agreements, and Diamond OA in the context of Plan S.

	Gold OA using Article Processing Charges (APCs): involving commercial / society publishers, and Overlay Journals
	Transformative agreements: Read-And-Publish (RAP) and Publish-And-Read (PAR) agreements
	Diamond OA (Library-supported): SCOAP3 and Subscribe to Open (S2O)
	Closed: Subscription and Subscription plus Self-Archiving using Rights Retention

For each business model, the table lists the following properties:

	Who pays?
	How much?
	Who can read (i.e., who has read / use access)?
	Who can publish (i.e., whose publishing costs are covered)?
	Is the business model Plan S compliant?
	Expected cost evolution

Note: the expected cost evolution reflects the author’s personal opinion.</dc:description>
  <dc:subject>Open Access</dc:subject>
  <dc:subject>Publication business models</dc:subject>
  <dc:title>Overview of publication business models</dc:title>
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