Chinese Publishers React to New Policies on Research Evaluation

« In February, the Chinese government released two documents that set forth important changes in policies governing science research evaluation. One of the most eye-catching changes is the requirement for researchers to publish one third of their representative papers in domestic Chinese journals, which is being hailed as a big boost for Chinese publishers. Will all the 5000 STM titles published in China benefit from these new policies? How do Chinese publishers themselves interpret the documents? (…) »

Source > scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org, Tao Tao, 11 mai 2020