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17 November 2017

As digital resources have become the standard for accessing many types of information, access management federations have emerged as a crucial part of the knowledge economy

8 November 2017

A new white paper published by Taylor & Francis Group has revealed that researchers may not be equipped to cope with the ethical questions that academic co-authorship brings.

29 September 2017

We're proud to introduce Emerald Reach, our new open access programme

18 September 2017

"How hard can it be?" is a question either explicitly or implicitly asked by many of our publisher clients

7 August 2017

Journal and article metrics are increasingly important across academic publishing. They can help researchers choose which journal to submit their work to, and assess the ongoing impact of an individual piece of work (including their own). Journal editors use them to assess their journals’ standing in the community, raise its profile, and potentially attract quality submissions. And metrics can also assist librarians in selecting journals for their institution and analysing their usage and impact, as well as helping them assess the impact of research published by those in their institution.

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From the Journal Impact Factor to the latest altmetrics, scholarly players are crying out for metrics to be used responsibly, reports Rebecca Pool

Feature

Nine industry figures give Tim Gillett the low-down on recent developments in discovery as part of the research process