Articles: Publisher's policies about access, copies, etc.
ESSAYS IN BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC HISTORY
“Open Access Policy"
EEBH provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. In this same spirit, accepted articles waiting for printed publication will made available on-line.”
RESEARCH IN ECONOMIC HISTORY
Volume 19 (JAI) (Article: “Transportation Revolution”)
The final pre-publication text (provided on this site) may be circulated [conversation with editor]
Volume 25 (Elsevier) (Article: “Capacity”)
Available on-line through library access
RESEARCH IN MARITIME HISTORY
Access policy, plans unclear. (Meanwhile, a pre-publication text can be requested from the author: inquire here )
Access policy unclear. Most articles are available at the journal's website, but not this issue. Pre-publication text with post-publication corrections is provided on this site
BRILL Link (Article: “Repeat”)
“Permitted use of Articles from Journals, Multi-Authored Books and Encyclopedias
“A Brill author may post the post-print version of his or her own article that appeared in a journal or multi-authored book volume or encyclopedia on his or her own personal website or webpage free of charge. This means the article can be shown exactly as it appears in print. No permission is required.”
SCHWEIZERISCHE GESELLSCHAFT FÜR WIRTSCHAFTS- UND SOZIALGESCHICHTE = SOCIÉTÉ SUISSE D’HISTOIRE ÉCONOMIQUE ET SOCIALE
Link (Articles: “Fare War”, “1908”)
Items from the three most recent years are not available on-line. As of November 2015, "Fare War" is available on-line, "1908" is not yet available on-line.
This page last updated 12-November-2015