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*Other research founders may host publishing support programs, or may grant support on an application basis
 
*Other research founders may host publishing support programs, or may grant support on an application basis
 
*Library support and research programs may support publishing
 
*Library support and research programs may support publishing
*Funds
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*Funds, private or public, could find it possible to support OA publishing.
  
External, i.e. from neither authors, readers nor publishers, financial support can be of importance to OA journals. Among sources of such support may be
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National institutions naturally will fund only publications based in their own country.
  
Research councils
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==Nordic countries==
(Public) Programs to support scientific publishing
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Private funds that (could) support scientific publishing
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==Norway==
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*'''Norges forskningsråd''' has a [http://www.forskningsradet.no/no/Utlysning/PUBL/1049653792540 program] to support scientific journals
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==Sweden==
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==Denmark==
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==Finland==
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==Iceland==

Revision as of 14:00, 13 July 2009

Institutions that host neither authors, readers nor publishers may still have an interest in supporting Open Access Journals in order to increase dissemination of results from a smaller or wider area of science.

  • Research councils often host journal support programs
  • Other research founders may host publishing support programs, or may grant support on an application basis
  • Library support and research programs may support publishing
  • Funds, private or public, could find it possible to support OA publishing.

National institutions naturally will fund only publications based in their own country.

Nordic countries

Norway

  • Norges forskningsråd has a program to support scientific journals

Sweden

Denmark

Finland

Iceland