The Transformation of the Green Road to Open Access

« (…) Background: The 2002 Budapest Open Access Initiative recommended the self-archiving of scientific articles in open repositories, which has been described as the “green road” to open access. Twenty years later, only one part of the researchers deposits their publications in open repositories; moreover, one part of the repositories’ content is not based on self-archived deposits but on mediated nonfaculty contributions. The purpose of the paper is to provide more empirical evidence on this situation and to assess the impact on the future of the green road. (…) »

source >, Schöpfel, Joachim, Stéphane Chaudiron, Bernard Jacquemin, Eric Kergosien, Hélène Prost, and Florence Thiault. 2023. "The Transformation of the Green Road to Open Access" Publications 11, no. 2: 29.