Revistas científicas: oligopolio y acceso abierto

Lucas Jorge Luchilo

Resumen


Desde el enfoque de la economía política de la ciencia, este artículo presenta un cuadro sobre la situación actual del sistema de revistas científicas. Para ello se analiza el funcionamiento del mercado de revistas, con particular referencia al papel de los grandes conglomerados editoriales. También se reseñan las principales tendencias de cambio de ese sistema, que giran alrededor de las iniciativas de acceso abierto en sus diferentes vertientes, la expansión de formas de piratería editorial, la emergencia y el rápido crecimiento de un segmento de editoriales y revistas de baja calidad o fraudulentas, el ascenso de las redes sociales académicas y la importancia de las políticas públicas e institucionales.

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revistas científicas; economía política de la ciencia; acceso abierto; redes sociales académicas; revistas predadoras; piratería editorial

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