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The Dark Side of Online Journals

“Until about 1960, not-for-profit entities, such as scholarly societies and academic institutions, were the primary publishers of academic work. Theodore Bergstrom, economist at the University of California-Santa Barbara, reveals the changes that have occurred in one field, economics, since that time. According to Bergstrom’s research, 30 English-language economics journals existed in 1960, and almost all of them were published by not-for-profit entities. By 1980, the number of journals had risen to 120, with about half of these published by commercial entities. By the year 2000, there were 300 journals, and two-thirds were published by commercial entities”.

Acompanhe aqui o artigo completo The Dark Side of Online Journals: Commercial publishers dominate online scholarly journal production, de Lisa Richmond para a Z Magazine.

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