|50+ Subject Areas
||450+ Open Access Books
||180+ Open Access Chapters
Taylor & Francis Open Access Books have been publishing open access books and chapters since 2013. We have collaborated with researchers to build one of the largest open access book and chapter collections and are delighted to be able to showcase open access book and chapter content across all subjects covered by Routledge, CRC Press and our other imprints in the humanities, social sciences and behavioural sciences.
With Taylor & Francis Open Access Books:
- We have published over 450 Open Access Books across a broad range of subject areas, over 50 in fact, which are all available to be integrate into your own institutional catalogue.
- Books can be single-authored or have multiple authors and we offer a range of text types, from monographs to conference proceedings, textbooks to short form titles (titles between 25-50k words)
- All open access content is thoroughly peer reviewed and undertakes the same professional production process as our traditionally published titles ensuring the quality of the final titles.
- We offer full flexibility with the licence types available to fit the researcher and funder needs.
- It is our belief that the option to publish open access is available to as many researchers as possible. To help achieve this we offer waivers and discounts on the Book Publishing Charges (BPCs) normally required to publish in the Taylor & Francis Books Open Access programme to eligible researchers, our editors are happy to guide researchers through this process.
- Research will reach a wide audience through global platforms such as Taylor & Francis eBooks, Google Scholar, OAPEN and CLOCKSS all freely available for readers online
To learn more about how we work with libraries, researchers and authors, visit our Taylor & Francis Open Access Books site for more information.
- High-quality research from books/book chapters freely accessible
- Open Access research content available in a wide range of subject areas
Anthropology, Asian Studies, Business & Management, Development Studies, Economics, Education, Engineering, Environment & Sustainability, Geography, Health & Social Care, History, Law, Linguistics, Marine Science, Media & Cultural Studies, Medicine, Military & Strategic Studies, Politics, Psychology, Sociology and Sport & Leisure.
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