Scholarly publishing and open access in the Nordic countries

@article{Hedlund2009ScholarlyPA,
  title={Scholarly publishing and open access in the Nordic countries},
  author={Turid Hedlund and Ingegerd Rabow},
  journal={Learned Publishing},
  year={2009},
  volume={22}
}
This study examines aspects of scholarly journal publishing in the Nordic countries. On average half of Nordic journals publish online. In most Nordic countries, commercial publishers predominate; however, in Finland the majority are society publishers. The number of open access journals is low, in line with international figures. There is concern to maintain local languages in journal publishing. A majority of the journals publishing in local languages are within social science, humanities… 

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