Academic Publishing : Past and Future

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Forgues, Bernard | LIARTE, Sébastien

In this essay, we reflect on how the results of scholarly research are diffused. We first give an overview of the current state of academic publishing, noting the issues of subscription prices and time embargoes. We then discuss how the “open access” movement responds to these issues and how it aims at reshaping the field. Finally, we illustrate our points with a discussion of the history of M@n@gement, which has been a pioneer in open access publishing.

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