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Technology and scholarly communication

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University of California Press, Published in association with the Andrew K. Mellon Foundation , Berkeley, Calif, [Pittsburgh?]
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Statementedited by Richard Ekman and Richard E. Quandt.
ContributionsEkman, Richard., Quandt, Richard E.
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LC ClassificationsZ479 .T43 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 442 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL369988M
ISBN 100520217624, 0520217632
LC Control Number98030679

In the most comprehensive assessment of electronic publishing to date, thirty-one scholars, librarians, and publishers focus specifically on scholarly publishing. They analyze a number of case studies and offer original insights on a range of topics, including the financial costs involved, market forces, appropriate technological standards, licensing issues, intellectual property, copyright.

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