Open Access Research – The Money Quote

The NIH public-access policy has substantially increased public access to research results with benefits as described below that far outweigh the costs. Similar benefits can be expected from extending such a public access policy to other major federal funders.

from Committee for Economic Development, The Future of Taxpayer-Funded Research: Who Will Control Access to the Results? issued last week.

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One Response to Open Access Research – The Money Quote

  1. Eli Rabett says:

    The question, of course, is who pays to maintain the archive? OA really has to get past that burden

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