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Elsevier: The beginning of the end?

I’ll admit, I got some satisfaction out of telling the editor of the “Journal of Functional Analysis” last week that I will not referee the paper he had sent me because I am boycotting everything Elsevier. I was less thrilled … Continue reading

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Elsevier’s first concessions to its “enablers”

In October 2001, more than 30,000 scientists signed an open letter¬†in which they pledged to exclusively publish in, review for and serve as editors of journals that placed their contents in the –then newly launched– PubMed Central with no more … Continue reading

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