Proposal for national guidelines for open access to scientific information

The Swedish Research Council was commissioned by the Government to develop national guidelines for open access to scientific information and presents in this report its proposal for how the guidelines should be formulated. The report also includes suggestions for further assignments, investigations and allocation of responsibilities, together with a proposal that a national coordination function be set up at the appropriate authority, with the mandate to coordinate the work.

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