1. #1 Jim A.
    June 5, 2013

    A modest proposal….The open access model requires somebody to pay for the costs of publication.. Usually this ends up being the author, or their institution, or grantor. This is either a per article or per page fee.
    One of the problem with citation counts and other bibliometrics is that any system upon which that much depends is going to be “gamed” in some form or another. So instead of charging authors by the page, why not charge them by the number of citations that have? This puts at least some “skin in the game” and encourages them to only cite articles that they feel are ACTUALLY relevant.

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