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MIT Science Policy Review
Open Access (OA) publishing is a critical route for biomedical researchers to broadly disseminate their research results and comply with policies from funding agencies. A popular business model for OA publishing requires scientists to pay an article processing charge (APC). In the last two decades, APCs have risen well beyond inflation, posing a burden to scientists and funding agencies that often pay APCs on behalf of scientists. There are no policies in place that address the rising costs ofdoi:10.38105/spr.4nu1qfjf3t fatcat:7lvennrei5fntlougcw3wa3cs4