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Open access plan is no academic spring
19 July 2012
The government argues that "gold" open access will give us a competitive economic advantage. It will not. The approach as it stands will increase the cost of research but, without reciprocal international agreement, will likely offer a competitive advantage to those who do not invest in UK research.
Professor Stephen Caddick
Vice-provost (enterprise), University College London
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