Michigan State University (MSU) and De Gruyter have signed an agreement to provide default open access publishing for all articles by MSU authors in De Gruyter journals. Subscription access to the complete De Gruyter eJournal collection is also included.
The agreement, which runs for three years from 2020 to 2022, will contribute to an increase in open access output by researchers at Michigan State. The institution will have access to a dashboard that allows for easy administration of their account, fast-tracked article approval and detailed reporting features.
This read-and-publish agreement is De Gruyter’s third in the United States (after Iowa State University and Virginia Commonwealth University). Globally, De Gruyter has nine nation-wide consortia OA agreements in place (with a total of 60 universities), as well as with the German National Library of Economics (ZBW), which includes 14 universities.
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