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Open access: Good or evil?!

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A sensible argument against open access?

… Following the changes, costs of publication will fall not on the reader but on universities, which will pay “author processing charges” each time they wish to have work from one of their academics published. The new system, according to its critics, will give university managements unprecedented control over their academics’ ability to publish their work, provoking Professor Peter Mandler, president of the RHS, to claim that the government is at risk of sacrificing the cherished values of British [1].

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