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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.


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
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2017

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