“The Future of Scholarly Journals Publishing among Social Science and Humanities Associations,” is available for download here.
Humanities and Social Sciences Journal cost study reported in the Chronicle of Higher Education July 2009
Summary from LibLicense:
"A detailed study of the economics of journal publishing in eight large learned societies (four humanities, four social sciences) is reporting that per-article costs for the flagship journals of those societies (including e.g. PMLA and the American Historical Review) are substantially higher than for science/technical/medical journals. The National Humanities Alliance requested the study, which had funding from the Andrew
W. Mellon Foundation." Average total cost/article in study was $9,994.00, compared to $2670.00 for STM articles.
Income Models for Supporting Open Access Overview of various business models that support broader access to peer reviewed scholarly and scientific journals. Authored by Raym Crow, web site supported by SPARC
Dartmouth College joined the Compact on Open Access Publishing, and supports the publication fees for open access journals that qualify for the funding.
See the Dartmouth Policy for Open Access Publication Equity Funding for details and the form to use for requesting publication fee support.
To find Open Access Journals, explore the Directory of Open Access Journals by title or by subject area. Some scholarly organizations have their own lists of OA journals.
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