“Frank Vrancken Peeters joined Springer Nature in September 2017 as a member of the Management Board in a newly created Chief Commercial Officer role. He has spent more than twenty years in general management, innovation, product management and sales roles across the academic, educational and professional publishing sectors. This followed a successful career in management consulting.
At Springer Nature, Frank was a key contributor to the strategic view on open access migration and took, and will continue to take, a leading role in the Projekt Deal negotiations in Germany. …”
“The state of affairs: Open Access in administrative research
What options are available for openly publishing articles and books, what this costs and how authors can refinance these fees.
Chen and Olijhoek 2016 have reviewed 1000 scientific journals worldwide and developed a measure of Open Access (OA) quality. Unfortunately, no specific results for individual research areas, such as administrative sciences, can be read from this study. Among other things, despite the subject of the study, no data is provided here, where you could have understood this yourself! However, Melero et al 2017 take up the instrument developed by Chen and Olijhoek and use it to examine the Spanish journal landscape. Here are the social science journals those with the highest OA rate and the strongest author rights, probably mainly because the journals are published according to this study, especially by educational and research institutions. These usually work in a nonprofit way and do not make a profit with the release.”