MP3: Frances Pinter - Rethinking The Role and Funding of Academic Book Publishing

01.02.2011

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Frances Pinter - Rethinking The Role and Funding of Academic Book Publishing MP3

Contrary to digital media, monographs are becoming financially nonviable to produce and maintain. Frances Pinter, Publisher at Bloomsbury Academic, argues that the only way to rescue monographs is to publish them under a Creative Commons license, provide open access, and charge customers for print-on-demand services. Will this be a sustainable business model? Pinter takes a critical position on several alternative st... Source: itc.conversationsnetwork.org

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