1 See e.g. SOAP study, Dallmeier-Tiessen and Lengenfelder (2011).

2 Adopted from the “fast, cheap or good” dilemma of project management, see, e.g., Cuban 2015.

3 [Accessed October 2015].

4 [Accessed on 23.10.2015].

5 De Gruyter: ; or Palgrave Macmillan Open: ; O’Reilly Open book: .

6 Usually quoted as 15,000 EUR in presentations given by Springer representatives.

7 .

8 In the programme referred to, the support funds available are some 14,000–20,000 EUR for a hybrid publication. In the case of the majority of publishers, this would allow an Open Access option while eliminating practically all risk. The question of whether a publicly funded risk insurance for the private sector, which in large part consists of for-profit institutions, is both a desirable and/or an inevitable effect of such a programme could not be fully answered due to the natural limitations of the project’s brief. This facet could however be pursued in further dedicated research projects.

9 See for instance those organised in the working group of university presses of the German language area.

10 /, the business model requires author contributions starting at 3,400 GBP for a monograph of medium size.

11 /, prizes in a comparable range to Ubiquity Press.

12 / (Accessed August 2017).

13 Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums.

14 See a poster of the first version at . The charter process is being sponsored by DARIAH-EU, Europeana, PARTHENOS and Archives Portal Europe. The charter will be updated, based on the results of an extensive survey during 2017.

15 ; please use #openmonogr to disseminate in social media.

16 See the CLARIN and DARIAH registry at courses /.

17 See also the Association’s web site (in German) .

18 /.

19 / (Accessed August 2017).

20 and million-publishing-interactive-scholarly-works .