Re: Interview with Derk Haank, CEO, Elsevier

From: Thomas Krichel <krichel_at_OPENLIB.ORG>
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2002 15:14:29 -0600

  Bernard Lang writes

> The one important point I read there is:
>
> You can put your paper on your own Web site if you want. The only
> thing we insist on is that if we publish your article you don't
> publish it in a Springer or Wiley journal, too. In fact, I believe we
> have the most liberal copyright policy available.
>
> Is that what the Elsevier copyright form says ?

  Yes, at least one that was common for economics journals
  a few years ago. However, as far as I am aware off,
  that policy is not posted on any Elsevier web site.

> Furthermore, he did not say anything about putting it on another web
> site. On an open archive managed by someone else ?

  The concept of "own" web site is a fuzzy one.

  Salut,

  Thomas Krichel mailto:krichel_at_openlib.org
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