Offsetting: no big deal?

Jörgen Eriksson

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7557/11.4430

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offsetting deals

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In this paper I will discuss offsetting deals from their impact on accessibility, affordability to research results and on the possible development of scientific communication towards new modes and methods. I will look at the Swedish National Consortia’s offsetting deals as a specific case study.

 

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