The green and gold of journal publication: Australian property researchers’ perspective on open access publication

Warren, Clive M. J. (2014). The green and gold of journal publication: Australian property researchers’ perspective on open access publication. In: Proceedings from the PRRES Conference 2014: 20th Annual Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference. 20th Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference, Lincoln, New Zealand, (1-4). 19-22 January 2014.

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Author Warren, Clive M. J.
Title of paper The green and gold of journal publication: Australian property researchers’ perspective on open access publication
Conference name 20th Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference
Conference location Lincoln, New Zealand
Conference dates 19-22 January 2014
Convener Pacific Rim Real Estate Society
Proceedings title Proceedings from the PRRES Conference 2014: 20th Annual Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference
Place of Publication Adelaide, SA, Australia
Publisher Pacific Rim Real Estate Society
Publication Year 2014
Sub-type Fully published paper
Open Access Status
Start page 1
End page 4
Total pages 4
Collection year 2015
Language eng
Abstract/Summary The pressure on property academics to published research papers is ever increasing with an emphasis on selected 'high profile' journals. The need to demonstrate the impact of property research through the level of citation and other output metrics is growing. At the same time many governments around the world are requiring funded research reports to be openly accessible resulting in a rapid growth of open access journals and a response by many established journals to offer open access publication. This paper reports on a survey of Australian property academics to assess their knowledge level of open access publication resources and the impact such resources may have on research output measures. The results point to a need for greater understanding of the open access environment and issues associated with copyright in published papers.
Keyword Open access
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