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OPEN ACCESS BOOK PROGRAM

The Open Access Books program encompasses 25 academic disciplines, each of them supervised by the Managing Editor and endorsed by members of Editorial Advisory Boards:

Agriculture, veterinary sciences, forestry
Arts, music, architecture
Chemistry, chemical technology
Computer science
Culture
Earth sciences
Economics, business, management
Education
Engineering, industry, transportation
Environmental studies
Geography
History, archaeology
Language, literature
Law, public administration
Library & information science, media studies
Life sciences
Mathematics, statistics, logic, systems science
Medicine, pharmacy, public health
Philosophy
Physics, materials science, astronomy
Political science
Psychology
Sociology
Sport, physical education
Theology, religious studies

> All De Gruyter Open published and upcoming titles

OPEN ACCESS BOOK SERIES

Open Access book series tackle timely topics in a wide range of disciplines, striving to make the best scholarship available to readers. Each series is overseen by an expert Series Editor, supported by members of Editorial Advisory Boards and De Gruyter Open Editors.

Language, Literature

OA Historical Linguistics
OA Language Policy and Planning

Mathematics

OA Environmental Mathematics
OA Measure Theory
OA Optimization

Theology, Religious Studies

OA Hinduism
OA Philosophy of Religion
OA New Religious Movements

PUBLISHING MODELS

The Open Access Books program offers a variety of publishing solutions and services for individual authors (Author-Pays Model) and organizations (Organization-Pays model) alike.

Open access publishing under the author-pays model
Under this model, the book content is available online for all readers with no access fee. Publication costs are borne by the author or author’s affiliated institution.

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Open access publishing under the organization-pays model
Under this model, the book content is available online for all readers with no access fee. Publication costs are borne by the organization.

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