Who Should Own Scientific Papers?

@article{Bachrach1998WhoSO,
  title={Who Should Own Scientific Papers?},
  author={S. Bachrach and R. Berry and M. Blume and T. von Foerster and A. Fowler and P. Ginsparg and S. Heller and N. Kestner and A. Odlyzko and A. Okerson and R. Wigington and A. Moffat},
  journal={Science},
  year={1998},
  volume={281},
  pages={1459 - 1460}
}
Electronic publication has changed the relationship between publisher and scientist. This Policy Forum argues, because Federally-supported science is a public good, that authors of works based on such support should retain copyright, and issue licenses to their publishers. 

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