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  1. Open Access and the Public Good: A Physician’s Perspective

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    July 27, 2017 by Brian Rosenblum

    We are pleased to introduce as a guest blogger, Matthew N. Stein, MD, who responds from a physician’s perspective to …
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  2. Of Elsevier and Embargoes

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    June 22, 2017 by joshbolick

    Early in June I had the pleasure of attending the excellent Kraemer Copyright Conference at the University of Colorado Colorado …
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  3. Why APC Waivers Don’t Work Globally

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    May 6, 2017 by Town Peterson

    I recently was honored to work with a group of colleagues from a developing country, Pakistan, on an analysis of one …
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  4. How Might A Future OA World Look?

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    April 24, 2017 by Town Peterson

    In the previous post, we argued that a scholarly world without open access (OA) inevitably excludes some researchers and scholars …
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  5. Moving from Colonialism and Paternalism to Equity and Cooperation in Scholarly Communication

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    April 20, 2017 by Town Peterson

    An idealist might believe that communications among scholars represent open, clear, reasoned debate, and that all involved will share certain …
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  6. OAnarchy

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    April 19, 2017 by Town Peterson

    Perhaps the last thing that the world needs right now is another blog, but yes, we have decided to start …
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