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== Articles on the topic ==
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* "Who Pays for Open Access?" PLoS Biology, 2004 [http://biology.plosjournals.org/perlserv/?request=get-document&doi=10.1371/journal.pbio.0020105]
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* [[Image:2stars.png]] "PNAS Introduces Open Access Publishing Option" 2004! David Goodman, LIU [http://www.library.yale.edu/~llicense/ListArchives/0406/msg00149.html]
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* "PNAS Introduces Open Access Publishing Option" 2004! David Goodman, LIU [http://www.library.yale.edu/~llicense/ListArchives/0406/msg00149.html]
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The average current cost of producing articles roughly seems to be
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"The average current cost of producing articles roughly seems to be
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<u>$1500-$4000 for nonprofit publishers and $3000-$8000 for commercial</u> (based
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<u>$1500-$4000 for nonprofit publishers</u> and <u>$3000-$8000 for commercial</u> (based
on their own estimates in the UK hearings--I am deliberately using very
on their own estimates in the UK hearings--I am deliberately using very
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wide ranges to accomodate all opinions).
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wide ranges to accomodate all opinions)."
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* [[Image:1star.png]] "Who Pays for Open Access?" PLoS Biology, 2004 [http://biology.plosjournals.org/perlserv/?request=get-document&doi=10.1371/journal.pbio.0020105]
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"<u>$1,700</u> in page charges that the average <u>PNAS</u> author already pays"
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"In the EMBO Journal, for example, authors are allowed six pages of text free, but are then charged $200 per page beyond that. A review of recent issues shows that almost all authors exceed six pages, voluntarily paying on average over $800 to publish their articles."
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Revision as of 12:37, 8 January 2009

It would be great to have an overview of publication fees and processing time (average editors response time, peer review,..). Please add to the list.

Articles on the topic

  • Image:2stars.png "PNAS Introduces Open Access Publishing Option" 2004! David Goodman, LIU [1]
"The average current cost of producing articles roughly seems to be $1500-$4000 for nonprofit publishers and $3000-$8000 for commercial (based on their own estimates in the UK hearings--I am deliberately using very wide ranges to accomodate all opinions)."
  • Image:1star.png "Who Pays for Open Access?" PLoS Biology, 2004 [2]
"$1,700 in page charges that the average PNAS author already pays"

"In the EMBO Journal, for example, authors are allowed six pages of text free, but are then charged $200 per page beyond that. A review of recent issues shows that almost all authors exceed six pages, voluntarily paying on average over $800 to publish their articles."

Publication fees by journals

Please add alphabetically to the table. Publication costs are in US dollars. Please give a source link.

NAR charges $1900 per article for non-members

http://www.biomedcentral.com/info/authors/apcfaq

Scientific journal publication fees in US dollars
Journal Fee USD Comment Source
BMC Biology (BioMed Central) 1775 open access [3]
BMC Medicine (BioMed Central) 1775 open access [4]
Genome Biology (BioMed Central) 2065 open access [5]
NAR Nucleic Acid Research 2670 open access, non-members [6]
PLoS Biology 2850 open access [7]
PLoS Computational Biology 2220 open access [8]
PLoS Genetics 2220 open access [9]
PLoS Medicine 2850 open access [10]
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 2200 open access [11]
PLoS ONE 1300 open access [12]
PLoS Pathogens 2850 open access [13]
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