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Re: Publishers - thoughts on jobs for authors and reviewers?
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- Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2011 20:47:50 EDT
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But knowing that Heather is a strong advocate of OA, I read into her remarks the implication that OA would solve the problem of the high cost of peer review that the article she quoted addressed, and that with OA there would be no need to sacrifice jobs to keep up with the high cost of journal subscriptions. If I was reading too much into her remarks, i apologize. Sandy Thatcher At 10:43 PM -0400 7/4/11, David Prosser wrote: >I would suggest that Sandy re-reads Heather's post: > >http://www.library.yale.edu/~llicense/ListArchives/1106/msg00109.html > >It was not about comparing the costs of peer review between open >and closed access journals. She was asking of publishers agreed >with the comments of Graham Taylor of the PA. > >David
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