Practice Lead, Europe, Clarke & EspositoUnited Kingdom
There is increasing tension between editorial and publishing teams, caused by the transition from subscription to open access business models. Publishers need to increase article volumes to maintain financial sustainability; editors often prefer to maintain selectivity and are concerned about creating financial barriers that prevent some authors from publishing in their journals.
This session explored these tensions with regards to monitoring, evaluating and incentivising editorial performance and considered these questions:
Conflict of interest: Clarke & Esposito occasionally advises scholarly publishers on how to evaluate editorial teams.
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