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Open Access to the Scientific Journal Literature: Situation 2009
- B. Björk, Patrik Welling, Mikael Laakso, Péter Majlender, Turid Hedlund, Guðni Guðnason
- MedicinePloS one
- 23 June 2010
The results show that OA already has a significant positive impact on the availability of the scientific journal literature and that there are big differences between scientific disciplines in the uptake.
The IFC Standard - A Review of History, Development, and Standardization
The moderate uptake of the IFC standard can perhaps be explained to be a symptom of the slow adoption of collaborative model-based construction processes and industry reluctance to switch over to new IT tools, which in turn are prerequisites for the existence of demand for an open interoperability standard.
Anatomy of open access publishing: a study of longitudinal development and internal structure
OA journal publishing is disrupting the dominant subscription-based model of scientific publishing, having rapidly grown in relative annual share of published journal articles during the last decade.
The Development of Open Access Journal Publishing from 1993 to 2009
- Mikael Laakso, Patrik Welling, Helena Bukvova, Linus Nyman, B. Björk, Turid Hedlund
- MedicinePloS one
- 13 June 2011
A division into three distinct periods is suggested: The Pioneering years (1993–1999), the Innovation years (2000–2004), and the Consolidation years (2005–2009) are suggested.
Anatomy of green open access
- B. Björk, Mikael Laakso, Patrik Welling, Patrik Paetau
- MedicineJ. Assoc. Inf. Sci. Technol.
- 1 February 2014
This study focuses on summarizing and extending current knowledge about green OA, which indicates thatGreen OA coverage of all published journal articles is approximately 12%, with substantial disciplinary variation.
Green open access policies of scholarly journal publishers: a study of what, when, and where self-archiving is allowed
- Mikael Laakso
- 1 May 2014
This study combines article volume data originating from the Scopus bibliographic database with manually coded publisher policies of the 100 largest journal publishers measured by article output volume for the year 2010 to highlight the substantial unused potential for green OA.
Research output availability on academic social networks: implications for stakeholders in academic publishing
- Mikael Laakso, Juho Lindman, Cenyu Shen, Linus Nyman, B. Björk
- BusinessElectron. Mark.
- 10 January 2017
A multi-method case study of one business school and a discussion about the implications that the current trajectory of ASN use has on major stakeholders in academic publishing are discussed.
Hybrid open access - A longitudinal study
Delayed open access: An overlooked high-impact category of openly available scientific literature
The results demonstrate that delayed OA journals constitute an important segment of the openly available scholarly journal literature, both by their sheer article volume and by including a substantial proportion of high-impact journals.