Elsevier have now cut off access to researchers in Germany and Sweden. They can no longer claim that they are allies to science. They must be dismissed from the open science monitor and more. HT
Thousands of scientists in Germany join those in Sweden who can no longer access recent journal articles on Elsevier.
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden
Just going to put it out there: if you've ever been on the fence about joining the Elsevier boycott (), now would be a good time to consider it again:
Thousands of scientists in Germany join those in Sweden who can no longer access recent journal articles on Elsevier.
Publish #openaccess to read #Elsevier :) "Elsevier will be closely monitoring journal article submissions from researchers based in Germany, Esposito predicts. 'If it drops sharply, Elsevier will likely reconsider its position.'”
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden
Elsevier has pulled access to thousands of researchers in Germany and Sweden. Nice exclusive story from .
Thousands of scientists in Germany join those in Sweden who can no longer access recent journal articles on Elsevier.
"Elsevier declined to comment on the move"
IT'S ON: "Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden"
As expected. A major break in the process of negotiations. Negotiating leads us nowhere as long as we will not bow to their requirements. The solution is elsewhere, with public publication platforms, no private sector involved between researchers. Period.
"Elsevier will be closely monitoring journal article submissions from researchers based in Germany, Esposito predicts. “If it drops sharply, Elsevier will likely reconsider its position.”"
...Esposito predicts. “If it [article submissions from researchers] drops sharply, Elsevier will likely reconsider its position." --> and that is exactly what we should do! Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden The battle for more open science continues...
Latest on #openaccess standoff from in : Elsevier now cutting off researchers in Sweden and some in Germany from access to recently-published subscription journal articles, as contract deals still not brokered.
corto acceso a investigadores en Alemania y Suecia. Ls negociaciones no han alcanzado consenso, propuesta d muchos investigadores e instituciones es Golden Open Access. Qué vamos a hacer en ?
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden: Negotiations with Elsevier have stalled over open-access deals
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden - news via another publishing giant :)
Researchers in Germany and Sweden no longer have access to Elsevier journals. Please make sure your work is openly available- post a preprint or accepted manuscript to a repository like VTechWorks
'Cut off access to some German researchers provides [Elsevier & SpringerNature?] a test as to whether the scientists can survive without a subscription deal' says Ralf Schimmer hired at Max Planck Institute...financed by Holtzbrinck owning SpringerNature!
Dutch Publishing Giant Cuts off Researchers in Germany and Sweden
Stay strong, German negotiators. According to , "any deal Elsevier does with them becomes the de facto deal for the entire world." - So let's hope.
Dutch publishing giant #Elsevier cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden in negotiations over Open Access
I've been boycotting Elsevier for years now: Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden Elsevier last week stopped thousands of scientists in Germany from reading its recent journal articles, as a row escalates over the cost of a nationwide open-access agreement.
"Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden -- Negotiations with Elsevier have stalled over open-access deals."
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden via
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden: Negotiations with Elsevier have stalled over open-access deals.
Interesting to ponder why E is presented as having agency here rather than the universities. ELS cuts off v Univs reject ....
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden >
Cry me a river 35% profit margin publishers. Seriously going to hold science hostage so you can raise subscription fees? I know a family of journals to avoid: Elsevier.
Maybe massive centralized efforts like those in Europe (e.g., Germany) hold some hope. They appears to be getting the attention of
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden / /
Scientific publishing negotiations btw Elsevier and German/Swedish universities heating up.
The outcome of this fight will be interesting & may have far reaching impact.
Dutch publishing giant [Elsevier] cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden Desperate times call for pre-printing everything and of course
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden. Negotiations with Elsevier have stalled over open-access deals, by Holly Else /
Dutch publishing giant cuts off researchers in Germany and Sweden