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Academic publishing

Some notes to the connection between reproducibility, academic publishing and… whatever.

Practical, for writers

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Afonso, A. (2013, December 11) How Academia Resembles a Drug Gang. Impact of Social Sciences.
Björk, B.-C., & Solomon, D. (2013) The publishing delay in scholarly peer-reviewed journals. Journal of Informetrics, 7(4), 914–923. DOI.
Bogich, T. L., Balleseteros, S., Berjon, R., Callahan, C., & Chen, L. (n.d.) On the marginal cost of scholarly communication.
Clarke, M. (n.d.) The Changing Nature of Scale in STM and Scholarly Publishing. The Scholarly Kitchen.
Falagas, M. E., Zarkali, A., Karageorgopoulos, D. E., Bardakas, V., & Mavros, M. N.(2013) The Impact of Article Length on the Number of Future Citations: A Bibliometric Analysis of General Medicine Journals. PLoS ONE, 8(2), e49476. DOI.
Kitchen, S. (n.d.) Revisiting: The Price of Posting — PubMed Central Spends Most of Its Budget Handling Author Manuscripts. The Scholarly Kitchen.
Potts, J., Hartley, J., Montgomery, L., Neylon, C., & Rennie, E. (2016) A Journal is a Club: A New Economic Model for Scholarly Publishing (SSRN Scholarly Paper No. ID 2763975). . Rochester, NY: Social Science Research Network
Schimmer, Ralf, Geschuhn, Kai Karin, & Vogler, Andreas. (2015) Disrupting the subscription journals’ business model for the necessary large-scale transformation to open access. DOI.
Van Noorden, R. (2013) Open access: The true cost of science publishing. Nature, 495(7442), 426–429. DOI.