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Kudos partners with Royal Society of Chemistry and Taylor & Francis to help authors increase the impact and usage of their research

Kudos, a start-up that provides a cross-publisher service to help researchers maximize the usage and impact of published articles, has today announced the launch of a pilot phase in which it is partnering with Taylor & Francis and the Royal Society of Chemistry.

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Routledge/Taylor & Francis Develops Partnership with the Society of Actuaries

Routledge is proud to partner with the Society of Actuaries to publish the North American Actuarial Journal in 2013.

The North American Actuarial Journal scientifically addresses the domestic and international problems, interests and concerns of actuaries, their customers and public policy decision-makers. The NAAJ publishes papers from traditional fields of actuarial practice, such as life and health insurance, pensions, employee benefits, property and casualty insurance, and finance and investments.

Particular attention is given to new or developing areas of actuarial practice. The Journal seeks to stimulate research on emerging public policy debates, technology improvements, demographic trends, multidisciplinary topics, globalization issues, and the like. For more information and to view recent contents, please visit: www.tandfonline.com/uaaj.

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Taylor & Francis survey: authors value rigorous peer review, even if it takes time

In the sixth in a series of Press Releases on the themes and findings of the Open Access Survey, Taylor & Francis investigates authors' preferred methods of peer review suitable for their research. Taylor & Francis / Routledge journals, including those that are part of the Open programme, benefit from Editor-led rigorous peer review and we wanted to understand the value and importance of this service to our author base.

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The Open Access Dichotomy among authors in Taylor & Francis survey

Authors agree that publication should not be limited by the ability to pay, but all research outputs should be free to read online. In the fifth in a series of Press Releases on the themes and findings of the Open Access Survey, Taylor & Francis investigates authors' attitudes and values relating to the communication of research when publishing in Open Access Journals.

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Taylor & Francis authors believe in fundamental benefits of OA but are less sure of citation advantage

In the fourth in a series of Press Releases on the themes and findings of the Open Access Survey, Taylor & Francis explores authors' perceptions regarding the advantages and disadvantages of Open Access (OA).

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