Open Access Journal Publishing 2016-2020
Open Access Journal Publishing 2016-2020In today’s global market, it’s more important than ever to understand the changing dynamics of academic publishing. Rely on Simba Information’s report, Open Access Journal Publishing 2016-2020, to build your growth plan around the academic publishing industry's relationship with open access publishing for this year and beyond. Open Access Journal Publishing 2016-2020 explains the origins of the open access movement and gives a timeline for its development. Most importantly, Simba Information quantifies open access’ position as a fast growing sub-segment within the niche industry that is academic publishing. Simba used the information it gathered through primary and secondary research to develop a financial outlook for open access journal publishing, including leading competitors’ performance through 2015 and market projections through 2020. This research was conducted in conjunction with a larger study of the overall market interested in how textbook publishers in higher education approach open access journals within the academic publishing industry.
Open Access Journal Publishing 2016-2020 Covers the Academic Publishing Market, Competitors, Issues & Forecasts, Including:
- Simba’s exclusive analysis of market size and structure
- Revenue and market share rankings of 10 leading global open access journal publishers
- Title and article growth metrics
- A profile of the top ten open access repositories
- A breakdown open access publishing in key geographic regions: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World
- A discussion of the market for non-English-language open access publishing
- Analysis of mergers and acquisitions
- Simba’s exclusive market projections to 2020 and more
Publishers and Investment Professionals can Trust Open Access Journal Publishing 2016-2020 to Provide the Inside Intelligence Needed to Evaluate Growth Potential, Understand Market Trends Affecting the Academic Publishing Industry, and Size up the Competition.
- The future of open access "megajournals"
- The impact of open access publishing in social science and humanities
- Examination of green, gold and hybrid models
- Open access, peer review and questions of credibility
- The impact on smaller publishers
- Long-term implications for costs across the OA ecosystem