A CHORUS of boos: publishers ‘solution’ to public access undermines government mandates and would invariably cost more money

“The Association of American Publishers recently proposed to implement a public access database called CHORUS on behalf of funding agencies. Given their vocal opposition to the US government’s public access mandates on federally funded research, Michael Eisen is very sceptical of their ability to enable improved access …” (more)

[Impact of Social Sciences, 6 June]

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