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Lessons from the Demise of PubMed Central Canada

January 13, 2018 10:15 AM | Anonymous

Kent Anderson of CALDERA writes about the demise of PubMed Central Canada

Some interesting things are going on in Canadian publishing these days.

As a publishing market, Canada consists primarily of smaller publishers who are highly collaborative, with budgets that are capped locally in a number of ways by central government grant awards and budgets. As with other markets, science and medical publishers have more commercial options than humanities and social sciences publishers -- that is, the publishers who thrive are able to generate business outside of Canada. Consequently, many of them have commercial arrangements with larger US, UK, and EU publishers which help keep the lights on and their businesses moving ahead.

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