A collection of posts about open access, open science, and related topics
Open Access isn’t my core research area, but with the far-reaching disruptions that open access seems to initiate, the topic is certainly a concern for me. I am pro open access. However, open access needs to deliver on the promise of creating more equality and breaking up power conglomerates. As this was largely not yet the case, I’ve developed a quite critical perspective on how open access proceeds. I hope to stimulate a discussion through this that will eventually help steer open access towards the more enduring (and less ROI-driven) ideals.
- Open access book publishing should be community-focused and aim to let diversity thrive, not be driven by a free market paradigm | Invited guest article for OpenAccessWeek 2018 on the LSE Impact Blog at London School of Economics
- Open Access Book Publishing and Selection Bias
- Knowledge Unlatched, failed transparency, and the commercialisation of open access book publishing | Article for the LSE Impact Blog at London School of Economics
- The Open Access Quiz
- Reasoning and Interest: Clustering Open Access
- Don’t Take Openness as a Good on its Own—Equality Is | Winner of the OpenUP Hub Early Career Researcher Essay Contest
- Library Publishing, or How to Make Use of Your Opportunities
- From Opening Access to Justifying Business. A Critique, Script of a talk given in Oxford at the SYP autumn meeting
- Open Access as the New Standard: Disruption at What Cost?
- Sci-Hub—Elsevier: 62 million for more openness—15 million against
- Open Access Book Publishing and the Prisoner’s Dilemma: A Theoretical Approach to a Description of the Slow Scalability of Open Access Book Publishing
- Accelerating Openness: Foundations as Driving Force in Science Publishing