Greg Tananbaum

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The case for the self-publishing by academic institutions of scholarly research as a response to the ‘serials crisis’ is made against the background of the experience of Bepress. It is suggested that such arrangements provide a valuable and cost-effective answer to the problem. Learned Publishing (2003)16, 285–289 Greg Tananbaum Of wolves and boys: the(More)
The Internet poses numerous shortand long-term opportunities and challenges for almost all the operations of the American Economic Association. This paper examines these challenges and proposes various actions. In general terms, the AEA should first adapt its operations to maintain a constant level of service to its members in this changing environment.(More)
Open access is at the heart of a seismic shift in scholarly publishing. In particular, gold open access (OA) has expanded at an accelerated pace, increasing in market share every year. In the gold OA model, financial viability shifts from the demand to the supply side, with article processing charges (APCs) a common scenario. Ideally, this model would be(More)
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