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Publisering, penger og prestisje. Historien om hvordan akademisk publisering ble kommersialisert

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Kommersielle forlag tjener store penger på et stadig større publiseringspress i akademia. Hvordan ble det sånn, og kan vi gjøre noe med det? Et dypdykk i historien til Philosophical Transactions, ett av verdens eldste akademiske tidsskrift, kan gi oss noen svar.
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Translated title of the contributionPublishing, money and prestige. The history of how academic publishing became commercialized
Original languageOther
Article number7
Pages (from-to)301-309
JournalNytt Norsk Tidsskrift
Volume34
Issue number3
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Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2017

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