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Open Access, Public Goods and Market Players

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      Pablo Markin
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      Dear All,

      The latest post at the Open Research Community discusses how the rise of Open Access is likely driven by market mechanisms affecting the scholarly publishing industry. As the post suggests, Open Access increases the possibilities for dynamic responses to shifts in aggregate supply and demand on the side of both institutions and individuals in the publishing market: https://openresearch.community/posts/open-access-public-goods-and-market-players.

      Best,
      Pablo

      Dr. Pablo B. Markin

      Adjunct Instructor

      University of the People | Arts & Sciences Division

      Email: pablo.markin@uopeople.edu

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