FREE OPEN ACCESS PUBLISHING
When publishing open access you will often have to pay a publishing fee, the “article processing charge” (APC). SSE Library has agreements with some publishers covering this fee for researchers at Stockholm School of Economics.
How does it work?
SSE Library currently has "read and publish" agreements with Taylor & Francis, Springer and Cambridge University Press. This means that researchers at SSE can publish free of charge in many of their journals. More information, as well as lists of all available journals, can be found under each publisher on the right. Additional publishers may be added in the future, as license agreements are renegotiated.
- The "corresponding author" (the person who handles the correspondance during the publication process) must be affiliated with Stockholm School of Economics.
- Please state "Stockholm School of Economics" as your affiliation, and use your "hhs.se" e-mail address for easier identification.
Please contact Peter Gavelin (email@example.com) or Ute Harris (firstname.lastname@example.org) at SSE Library if you have any questions about the agreements.
Why publish Open Access?
Open access is based on the idea that research financed with public funds should be free for everyone to read and download, while the author retains the copyright. The aim is to contribute to the dissemination of knowledge in society, and to facilitate further research and innovation by making it possible for more researchers to validate and build on previous studies.
The national goal in Sweden is that all scientific publications resulting from publicly financed research should be published with open access. The transistion to open access is to be fully implemented by 2026, and the responsibility to make this happen lies with all stakeholders in the research system. An increasing number of research funders now require that the research they support be published openly, thereby driving the development towards open access.
More information on open access can be found here:
Publishing your research open access (The Swedish Research Council)
Open Access and Bibsam Consortium (The National Library of Sweden)