“I think the play for most smart commercial publishers is to try to preserve the current environment for as long as they can: delay the policy changes, delay the culture changes and to be working on things like tools and services applying to aggregation of data, where they are then embedding themselves more deeply in the workflow of researchers and becoming essential to researchers in a different way.”
Can’t Disrupt This: Elsevier and the 25.2 Billion Dollar A Year Academic Publishing Business
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