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Economic implications of alternative scholarly publishing models : exploring the costs and benefits. JISC EI-ASPM Project. A report to the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC)

@inproceedings{Houghton2009EconomicIO,
  title={Economic implications of alternative scholarly publishing models : exploring the costs and benefits. JISC EI-ASPM Project. A report to the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC)},
  author={J. Houghton and Bruce Rasmussen and P. Sheehan and C. Oppenheim and Anne Morris and Claire Creaser and Helen Greenwood and Mark A. C. Summers and A. Gourlay},
  year={2009}
}
A knowledge economy has been defined as: “…one in which the generation and exploitation of knowledge has come to play the predominant part in the creation of wealth. It is not simply about pushing back the frontiers of knowledge; it is also about the more effective use and exploitation of all types of knowledge in all manner of economic activities” (DTI 1998). In a knowledge economy, innovation and the capacity of the system to create and disseminate the latest scientific and technical… Expand
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