The State of Not-for-Profit Publishing Today

« The organizations that facilitate scholarly communication have been under tremendous pressure in this unrelenting year. For example, the enormous efforts to accelerate scientific communications also exposed weaknesses in preprint and journal editorial processes. Yet, in periods of disruption, commercial publishers have traditionally found opportunities to make capital investments that ultimately strengthen their relative position in the market — opportunities that are not necessarily available to their not-for-profit counterparts. With this in mind, we offer up the beginnings of an analysis of the state of not-for-profit publishing today. (…) »

Source > scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org, Laura Brown, Roger C. Schonfeld, 15 décembre 2020