Panel: Europe’s Open Access Plan S Unlikely to Sway U.S. Policy

Panel: Europe’s Open Access Plan S Unlikely to Sway U.S. Policy

A coalition of European national research institutes’ bold plan to divert the researchers it funds away from publishing results in journals that collect subscription fees would face a tougher path in the U.S. — this was the consensus of a law and policy panel assembled by the Association of American Publishers at its annual professional and scholarly publishers conference.


After a Rough 2018, Big Tech Now Under the Microscope

After a Rough 2018, Big Tech Now Under the Microscope

In many ways 2018 was the year big tech finally took it on the chin. Publishers who have wrestled with big tech’s influence on their business for years took notice.