Who should pay for open-access publishing? APC alternatives emerge

Article-processing charges (APCs) for authors publishing in scientific journals have emerged as a crucial element within open access. Detractors present various grievances about APCs, highlighting that certain journals demand excessively high fees that surpass their operational expenses. This editorial, published in Nature, discusses publishing and payment models that are emerging in addition to standard APCs.

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Written by: Sanderson K