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Open-access mandates and the seductively false promise of “free.”

TitleOpen-access mandates and the seductively false promise of “free.”
Publication TypePolicy
AuthorsViswanathan, B., & Mossoff A.
PublisherCenter for the Protection of Intellectual Property
Place PublishedArlington, VA
Year of Publication2017
Pagination1-13
Date Published04/2017
Abstract

CPIP has published a new policy brief entitled Open-Access Mandates and the Seductively False Promise of “Free.” The brief, written by CPIP Legal Fellow Bhamati Viswanathan and CPIP Director of Academic Programs & Senior Scholar Adam Mossoff, exposes the lack of evidence or justification for the proliferating legal mandates by federal agencies that coerce authors and publishers to make their scholarly articles available for free to the world.

Keywordsgovernmental policy, open access mandates, open access policy, policy brief, regulatory overreach, U.S. copyright law
URLhttps://cpip.gmu.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/31/2014/04/Viswanathan-Mossoff-Open-Access-Mandates-and-the-Seductively-False-Promise-of-Free.pdf
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