The Living Thing / Notebooks :

Academic publishing

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

Practical

See academic reading workflow for reader-oriented tips.

Ideological

Readings

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Afonso, A. (2013, December 11) How Academia Resembles a Drug Gang. Impact of Social Sciences.
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Björk, B.-C., & Solomon, D. (2013) The publishing delay in scholarly peer-reviewed journals. Journal of Informetrics, 7(4), 914–923. DOI.
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Bogich, T. L., Balleseteros, S., Berjon, R., Callahan, C., & Chen, L. (n.d.) On the marginal cost of scholarly communication.
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Clarke, M. (n.d.) The Changing Nature of Scale in STM and Scholarly Publishing. The Scholarly Kitchen.
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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.
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Kitchen, S. (n.d.) Revisiting: The Price of Posting — PubMed Central Spends Most of Its Budget Handling Author Manuscripts. The Scholarly Kitchen.
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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
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Schimmer, Ralf, Geschuhn, Kai Karin, & Vogler, Andreas. (2015) Disrupting the subscription journals’ business model for the necessary large-scale transformation to open access. DOI.
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Van Noorden, R. (2013) Open access: The true cost of science publishing. Nature, 495(7442), 426–429. DOI.