IPP Report n°11 – July 2015
Authors: Maya Bacache-Beauvallet, Françoise Benhamou, Marc Bourreau
Introduction: On July 17th, 2012, the European Commission issued a recommendation in favor of free access to the results of publicly funded research. This poses an important question for public policy: How long can access be paid for before it becomes free of charge? To determine the optimal embargo period, we need to measure the gains and costs of an open-access policy.
Peer-reviewed journals in social sciences and humanities in France: open access and diffusion (in French)
- IPP Policy Brief n°19 : “How long before open access in French social sciences and humanities journals?“