Why academic publishing is like a coffee shop: An enormous mystique adds relatively little

“… My experience with academic authoring and publishing is rather like this. The process is surrounded by an enormous amount of mystique and hard work which adds relatively little to the process, but the purpose is to convince the author that it is all really important, and well worth the cost (either £1000 or copyright assignment, whichever is the case), and time …” (more)

[Philip Lord, Impact of Social Sciences, 8 November]


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