The second day of the 2020 APE Meeting brings some surprising problems to the fore
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Funders prove insouciant at APE 2020 — and an editor suggests politicizing papers
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A talk shows how trivial Plan S has become, and worrying signs about funder smugness
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A worldwide debt bubble to fund oldsters is a disservice to students
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Dealing with Amazon, publishing in a university setting, and fulfilling a broader mission
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How a university press can find it hard to execute mass market books
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A fan of the Beatles, the Yankees, and innovation believes we're in a renaissance period
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As the US and others contemplate more stringent OA policies, APCs may rise — fast
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Can responsive, accessible, transparent science also be ethical, apolitical, and independent?
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Large cash holdings converted into cheap, unregulated debt point to trouble
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We're poised to start fixing things that were carelessly broken during the 2010s
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A guest post from Karin Wulf describes how editing influenced a foundational document
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