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Negotiations with Taylor & Francis hit a wall

Negotiations between the FinELib consortium and Taylor & Francis ended with no positive results. The end of the negotiations means that access to Taylor & Francis journals will end on 1 February 2019.

FinELib’s goal was to provide researchers with access to journals published by Taylor & Francis and an opportunity to publish their articles open access, available to everyone. The publisher and the consortium have highly differing views of reasonable costs.

Read the full press release on the FinELib website: http://finelib.fi/finelibs-negotiations-with-taylor-trancis-hit-a-wall/

Negotiations with Wiley are still ongoing for the time being.

Background: https://www.aalto.fi/news/finelibs-negotiations-with-taylor-francis-and-wiley-a-challenging-situation

Further information: [email protected]

 

 

 

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