Scholarly Communication and the Dilemma of Collective Action : Why Academic Journals Cost Too Much

« Why has the rise of the Internet – which drastically reduces the cost of distributing information – coincided with drastic increases in the prices that academic libraries pay for access to scholarly journals?

This study argues that libraries are trapped in a collective action dilemma as defined by economist Mancur Olson in The Logic of Collective Action: Public Goods and the Theory of Groups. (…) »

Source >, John Wenzler, 1 juillet 2016