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Academic PressNonen/aSummaryAcademic PressYesElsevier policy does not allow the posting of book chapters by authors and contributors to open websites, including institutional repositories. Elsevier book authors and contributors retain the right to post a summary of their contribution on their personal or institutional websites; Authors may also link to the final versions of their chapters on Elsevier’s ScienceDirect (http://www.sciencedirect.com) via the DOI, if applicable. Contact: Hop Wechsler h.wechsler@elsevier.com
Contact: Hop Wechsler h.wechsler@elsevier.com
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09/03/2018Adonis & AbbeyNot specified12 monthsFull textAdonis & Abbey?None - "Many thanks for your inquiry. We normally ask for one year from the period of publication before such permissions are granted"editor@adonis-abbey.com
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07.11.2017American Chemical SocietyAAM/VOR12 monthsFull textAmerican Chemical SocietyNoHave emailed. They are still formulating their policy - contact Sara Tenney for updates on thisS_Tenney@acs.org
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Architectural Association Publications
emailed 31.05.2018xxxxx
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ASE pubnsOA AM (Post-Print)No embargoFull textAshgate (now owned by Routledge)Yes
After publisher's version has been released, The manuscript must be the final, post-peer reviewed version of the text accepted for publication by Ashgate/Gower, but prior to copy-editing and typesetting.
https://www.ashgate.com/pdf/authors/Ashgate-Gower-reuse-policy-authored-books.pdf (link now dead - goes to Routledge site)
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Ashgate (now owned by Routledge)OA AM (Post-Print)5 yearsFull textAssociation for Scottish Literary StudiesYesI’m happy to supply final PDFs on request. Our policy for book chapters and academic papers in journals is to request that these are embargoed for five years after publication. As a not-for-profit organisation, we deliberately keep our book prices low (usually, these days, around 20–25% of what most academic presses charge for similar titles) in order to make sure that our books are affordable to as wide an audience as possible. Contact - Duncan Joneshttp://www.asls.org.uk
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Association for Scottish Literary StudiesOA AM (Post-Print)24 monthsFull textBerghahn BooksYesNonehttps://www.berghahnbooks.com/index.php?pg=author_info
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11.05.2018
Berghahn Bookstrying to find email contact address
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Berkshire PublishingNonen/an/aBlackwell (Wiley)Case-by-caseCase-by-case basis. Contact Rebecca Cook permissions@wiley.com
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Blackwell (Wiley)AM18 monthsFull textBloomsburyChapters from all of our single-authored and edited research publications (not chapters or articles from our reference works where copyright has been assigned to Bloomsbury) are eligible for archiving in an institutional or subject repository after an embargo period of 18 months from the original publication date. Each individual author or contributor can choose to upload one chapter from the ‘Accepted Manuscript’ (AM): the pre-production (not copy–edited, proofread or typeset) Word Document or PDF of the chapter that has been accepted by Bloomsbury Academic. We ask that authors inform us when this has been done.http://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/academic/open-access/
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12/2/18BloomsburyNonen/an/aBoydell and BrewerYes"This is a request which we fully understand but causes us considerable difficulty. Our publications, in particular collected volumes, are only viable by virtue of their value to the very audience an Open Access environment will serve. This will directly conflict with potential purchasing and the future of this kind of work is dependent on keeping these projects economically viable. Whereas we would be happy for a short abstract to appear on the site together with a direct link to the title on our website which will allow for easy purchasing, we are reluctant to undermine the need for our books while they are current and available to customers. [...] We are aware of the issue of open access and regularly debate our approach to this. If you feel strongly about this issue I invite you to resubmit your request at a later date when we potentially may have changed our policy. Additionally, if it is only short extracts, such as one or two pages, you wish to place online please send me the details and I can put your case forward to our Editorial team who will decide what kind of impact this could make to the sales of the book and the viability of making the entire book available in a translated form by way of license."Response received via email on 5/2/18 from rreeder@boydell.co.uk
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16/3/17Boydell and BrewerOA AM (Post-Print) - 24 month embargo Submitted (Pre-Print) - no embargoNo embargo/24 months depending on versionFull textBrill YesPermitted use of Articles from Journals, Multi-Authored Books, and Encyclopedias:
• Authors of articles published by Brill are permitted to self-archive the submitted (pre-peer-review) version of the article at any time. The submitted version of an article is the author's version that has not been peer-reviewed, nor had any value added to it by Brill (such as formatting or copy editing).
• Authors of articles published by Brill are permitted to self-archive the accepted (peer-reviewed) version after an embargo period of 24 months [1]. The accepted version means the version which has been accepted for publication and contains all revisions made after peer reviewing and copy editing, but has not yet been typeset in the publisher’s lay-out. The publisher’s lay-out must not be used in any repository or on any website.
http://www.brill.com/resources/authors/publishing-books-brill/self-archiving-rights-books
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16/3/2018Brill AAM (Post-print)6 months after publicationFull textCABI InternationalCase by caseThe original source of the material must be fully acknowledged thus: Author(s)/Editors(s); Year of publication; Title; Publisher (CAB International, Wallingford, UK).permissions@cabi.org
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CABI InternationalNonen/aSummaryCaister Academic PressUnfortunately we do not allow full text chapters to be used in this way. Titles, authors and abstracts are permitted.
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15.09.2017Caister Academic PressNot specifiedup to 5 yrsNot specifiedCambridge ScholarsNoNot without senior management level approval.n/a
elizabeth.cook@cambridgescholars.com
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27/7/17Cambridge ScholarsOA AM (Post-Print)6 monthsFull textCambridge University PressYesThis policy does not apply to textbooks, professional books for practitioners, or works of reference, no part of which may be posted online without our prior approval. On Sharepoint under Publishers' Permissions; https://www.cambridge.org/core/services/open-access-policies/open-access-books/green-open-access-policy-for-books
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Cambridge University Pressemailed 31.05.2018
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Campus VerlagNonen/aSummaryChurchill LivingstoneYesElsevier policy does not allow the posting of book chapters by authors and contributors to open websites, including institutional repositories. Elsevier book authors and contributors retain the right to post a summary of their contribution on their personal or institutional websites; Authors may also link to the final versions of their chapters on Elsevier’s ScienceDirect (http://www.sciencedirect.com) via the DOI, if applicable. Contact: Hop Wechsler h.wechsler@elsevier.com
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16.10.2017Churchill LivingstoneNoneN/AColumbia University Press, Columbia University Press doesn't allow materials from our titles to be made available through open access institutional repositories
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Columbia University PressContinuum Publishing Corporationnow an imprint of Bloomsburysee Bloomsbury link above
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Continuum Publishing Corporation
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17/06/2016
CRRS, Victoria Univ. Toronto
OA Pub pdf12 monthsFull textDe GruyterYes“conditions apply to authors of articles published in multi-authored works (journals, anthologies, edited volumes and databases” | allows authors the use of the final published version of an article (publisher pdf) for self-archiving (author's personal website) and/or archiving in an institutional repository (on a non-profit server) after an embargo period of 12 months after publication. | The published source must be acknowledged and a link to the journal home page or articles' DOI must be set. | Authors MAY NOT self-archive their articles in public and/or commercial subject based repositories. | Note for authors of NIH-funded research - De Gruyter acknowledges that the author of an US-agency-funded article retains the right to provide a copy of the final manuscript to agency upon acceptance for publication or thereafter, for public archiving in PubMed Central 12 months after publication in Pteridines. Please note that only the accepted authors’ version of the manuscript, not the PDF file of the published article, may be used for NIH archiving.http://www.degruyter.com/dg/page/577/open-access-policy, http://www.degruyter.com/page/576
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D.S. Breweremailed 27.04.2018
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13.10.2017De GruyterAM18 months1 chapter/10% of edited msECPR PressYesMust link to the work on the ECPR Press website entry for that title. Material is NOT distributed under any kind of fair use style licences (e.g. Creative Commons).http://press.ecpr.eu/ecpr_press_permissions.asp
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22/02/2018ECPR PressPDF proof copy of monograph; AAM single chapter 36 monthsFull textEdinburgh University PressYesSee link for details. Have stated via email that they can allow archiving of book chapters (including from edited collections) with 36 month embargo as well as whole monographs as per the website.https://edinburghuniversitypress.com/information/publish-with-us/open-access
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Edinburgh University PressSubmitted version, pre editing6 monthsEdward Elgar PublishingYeshttp://www.e-elgar.com/author-permissions#2
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Edward Elgar PublishingNonen/aSummaryElsevierYesElsevier policy does not allow the posting of book chapters by authors and contributors to open websites, including institutional repositories. Elsevier book authors and contributors retain the right to post a summary of their contribution on their personal or institutional websites; Authors may also link to the final versions of their chapters on Elsevier’s ScienceDirect (http://www.sciencedirect.com) via the DOI, if applicable. Contact: Hop Wechsler h.wechsler@elsevier.com
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ElsevierAAMnoneSingle chapterEmeraldAAM upon publication. Pre-print no embargo.http://www.emeraldinsight.com/authors/writing/author_rights.htm?PHPSESSID=mbnk18gfsk19l52rkuk6esht34
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EmeraldNonen/anoneEquinoxYesDo not allow any open access or deposits in institutional repositories at all.In email from vhall@equinoxpub.com
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Equinoxpre-printnonesingle chapterFacetNoSet phrase (see link)http://www.facetpublishing.co.uk/ckfinder/userfiles/files/Facet%20Green%20Open%20Access.pdf
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26.01.2018FacetGeorgetown University PressEmbargo period of 1 year for all new books. Authors must make this request for their own work and can only request it for their home institutional repository.<Hope.LeGro@georgetown.edu>
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Georgetown University Pressnot specifiednone10%/3 pgs/1000 wordsGrove Books Ltd.Please contact Revd Dr Ian Paul (managing editor) for permission to upload larger extracts
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Grove Books Ltd.Author’s original pre-refereed, pre-edited Word file is used, rather than our final published PDF?Hart PublishingOPEN ACCESS. We don't allow PDFs of published chapters from our books to be posted on Open Access sites or in Personal or University Repositories, but we do allow the original Word file to be posted. This applies to contributions to edited collections and journal articles, but not to chapters from sole authored books, textbooks and reference works. The only exceptions are titles commissioned under a Creative Commons License.A note should be included indicating that the [pre-print] is what has been posted, and ideally a link to the book’s page on their website should also be included eg. http://www.hartpub.co.uk/BookDetails.aspx?ISBN=9781841137322. Info received from Rachel Turner Rachel@hartpub.co.uk https://www.bloomsburyprofessional.com/uk/Hart/Proposals/
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18.07.2017Hart PublishingNot specifiedNot specifiedChapterHistoric EnglandNoPermission must be sought on a case-by-case basis.n/a
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Historic EnglandPub pdfNo embargoFull textHurstNoPublisher will provide appropriate version of documents - email jon@hurstpub.co.uk with each request
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Hurstnonen/aI B TaurisGold OA route only March 2018
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16/3/2018I B TaurisFinal typeset PDFNot specifiedOne chapterIGI GlobalYesIGI Global supports a Fair Use Policy where under this policy you may utilize your final typeset PDF (which includes the title page, table of contents and other front materials, and the copyright statement) of your chapter or article of this publication (NOT the entire book or journal issue), in your teaching materials or post to your own secure personal website and/or university repository site. Under the Fair Use Policy, however, authors and editors ARE NOT authorized to upload their chapter, article, or full book publication or journal issue to open access sites, including, but not limited to: ResearchGate, Academia.edu, SSRN, arXiv, or any others. Doing so is considered a clear violation of the International Copyright Laws and violators could face legal consequences.

If the author does not have a copy of the final typeset pdf, he/she can download it: The instructions for access a published article are :

Go to: https://www.igi-global.com/account/complimentary-content/
Login using:
E-Mail: ________ (primary account email)
Your Password
i. Don’t remember your password? Reset it here: https://www.igi-global.com/login/reset-password/
https://www.igi-global.com/about/rights-permissions/content-reuse/
Jan Travers jtravers@igi-global.com
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IGI GlobalOA AM (Post-Print)12 monthsIntellect PressYesWe define post-print as the version of the work after peer-review, with revisions having been made but before copy-editing and typesetting have taken placehttp://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/page/index,name=Intellect+Open/
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Intellect PressOA Pub pdfNo embargoFull textInterdisciplinary PressYeshttps://interdisciplinarypress.net/permissions-and-rights
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08.03.2018Interdisciplinary Pressemailed 08.03.2018Jessica Kingsley Publishers
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27.04.2018
Jessica Kingsley Publishersemailed 27.04.2018JN Paquet Books Ltd
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JN Paquet Books LtdAAM
Not specified: assume no embargo
Not specifiedJohn Benjamins Publishing CompanyYesMust link to publisher's website and state under copyright. https://benjamins.com/content/authors/rightspolicy
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John Benjamins Publishing CompanyCase-by-case basisn/aNot specifiedJones & BartlettRequests are decided on a case by case basis.
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Jones & BartlettPrefer authors to link to free f/t onlineNot specifiedJoseph Rowntree
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20/02/2018Joseph RowntreeCase-by-case basis24 monthschapterLegendaNoPlease email for permission to Graham Nelson graham.nelson@mod-langs.ox.ac.uk
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LegendaOA AM (Post-Print)24 monthsFull textLiverpool University PressChapters will follow the same guidelines as for journal articles, namely: 24 month embargo, Publisher’s version/PDF cannot be used, author can archive final draft post-refereeing but pre- copyediting and typesetting, Publisher copyright and source must be acknowledged, Must link to publisher version, Non commercial, On a non-profit server.
https://liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/pages/open-access-books
Anthony Cond | Director, Liverpool University Press | 4 Cambridge Street, Liverpool L69 7ZU, UK T: +44 (0)151 794 2237 | W: www.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk
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Liverpool University PressAAM of one chapter18 monthsone chapterManchester University PressFinal versions can never be self-archived on personal or department website, institutional or subject repository and social media
http://www.manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/openmonographs/
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Manchester University PressNonen/aNot specifiedMcGill-Queens
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McGill-QueensPermission available on request12 MonthsNot specifiedMIT Press
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MIT PressOA AM (Post-Print)12 monthsFull textMohr Siebeck YesIf university staff are obliged to deposit their Mohr Siebeck collected volume and journal contributions in the institution's repository, then we will allow this using the print-identical PDF version *one year* following publication. Full bibliographic details have to be provided, including details of the original Mohr Siebeck publication. - Katherina Stichling
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Mohr Siebeck Nonen/aSummaryMosbyYesElsevier policy does not allow the posting of book chapters by authors and contributors to open websites, including institutional repositories. Elsevier book authors and contributors retain the right to post a summary of their contribution on their personal or institutional websites; Authors may also link to the final versions of their chapters on Elsevier’s ScienceDirect (http://www.sciencedirect.com) via the DOI, if applicable. Contact: Hop Wechsler h.wechsler@elsevier.com
http://www.springernature.com/gp/open-research/journals-books/books
According to wikipedia: The company was known as simply Palgrave until 2002, but has since been known as Palgrave Macmillan.
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Mosbynot green OAMultilingual Matters/Channel View PublicationsOA Gold whole bookhttp://www.multilingual-matters.com/open_access.asp
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Multilingual Matters/Channel View PublicationsOld Street Publishingemailed for information 10.11.2017
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Old Street PublishingVOR/Post-print
12 months for STM books

24 months for other academic and trade titles
one chapter or up to 10 percentOxford University PressYeshttps://global.oup.com/academic/rights/permissions/autperm/?cc=gb&lang=enhttps://global.oup.com/academic/rights/permissions/autperm/?cc=gb&lang=en&
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24/05/2016Oxford University PressPre Printn/a1 chapter/1articleOxford University PressYesPrior to publication
Prior to publication, you retain the right to make a maximum of one chapter (or article where appropriate) of the original pre-copyedited version of your work available on the following, where necessary:

your personal website
the website of your employer and/or
in pre-print servers (i.e. free public servers of original version articles or other content in your subject area)
This is permitted provided that you acknowledge that the content has been accepted for publication by including an acknowledgement as follows:

This is a draft of a chapter/article that has been accepted for publication by Oxford University Press in the forthcoming book [title] by/edited by (Author/editor) due for publication in [year].

After publication : 12 month embargo period for Science and Medical titles and a 24 month period for Academic, Trade and Reference titles. Add full acknowledgement is made of the original publication stating the specific material reused [pages, figure numbers, etc.], [Title] by/edited by [Author/editor], [year of publication], reproduced by permission of Oxford University Press [link to OUP catalogue if available, or OUP website]
https://policypress.co.uk/open-access
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Oxford University PressAAM24 monthsSingle authored can deposit up to 10%; For contributed volumes: each contributor may archive up to one chapter per volume (provided they are the author or a co-author of such chapter)Palgrave MacmillanYesThe self-archived AAM should not include any changes made after the point of editorial acceptance. Any necessary amendments or corrections to article content should be made to the version of record (VoR) on the publisher platform. Multi-authored works: Each contributor may archive up to one chapter per volume (provided they are the author or a co-author of such chapter). Please note that any linking, collection or aggregation of chapters from the same volume is strictly prohibited. Excludes commercial scholarly sharing networks (e.g. ResearchGate, Academia.edu, Mendeley).
https://www.palgrave.com/gp/rights-and-permissions/our-policy-on-archiving-in-institutional-or-funding-body-reposit/6629030
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Palgrave MacmillanPaul Holberton Publishingemailed for information 10.11.2017
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10.11.2017Paul Holberton PublishingPearsonhttps://www.pearson.com/uk/about-us/permissions.html
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PearsonNot specifiedNot specifiedNot specifiedPenn State University PressNot specifiedNot specifiedhttp://www.psupress.org/unlocked/about.html
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19/03/2018Penn State University PressAAM or VoR12 monthsPeter Lang
https://www.peterlang.com/page/Repository$0020Policy/repository-policy
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Peter LangOA AM (Post-Print)24 monthsFull textPolicy PressYesInclude statement "This is a post-peer-review, pre-copy edited version of an extract/chapter published in [insert name of relevant Policy Press monograph here]. Details of the definitive published version and how to purchase it are available online at: [insert URL link to Policy Press website here]”http://policypress.co.uk/self-archiving
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Policy Presscheck with publisher
possibly none; case by case basis
usu. 2,000 words max.Polity BooksNo contact pubr - permisssion granted on case by case basisSW's contact = Rachel Walter,
Assistant Rights Manager: Polity
rachel.walter@politybooks.com
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04/05/2016Polity BooksPublished versionFull text via landing pageYesRAND has requested us to link directly to their HTML product pages rather than the PDF so that they can measure public interest in RAND reports and also make sure that the most current version is downloaded.
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RANDOA AM (Post-Print)No embargoFull textRANDYesNonehttp://www.rodopi.nl/au.asp#copyright
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RodopiAAM18 months HSS, 12 months STEMRodopiYesAuthors may upload the AM chapter to a personal or departmental website immediately after publication of the book - this includes posting to Facebook, Google groups, and LinkedIn, and linking from Twitter. Authors can also post the AM book chapter to an institutional or subject repository or to academic social networks like Mendeley, ResearchGate, or Academia.edu after an embargo period of 18 months for Humanities and Social Sciences books or 12 months for STEM books. (One chapter per contributor)
https://www.routledge.com/info/open_access/by_the_chapter
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RoutledgeAAMNo embargobook or chapterRoutledgeYesapparently none!
We are happy to permit our authors to upload an uncorrected manuscript version (i.e. before copyediting) of their chapter or book to their institutional repository as required by their institution. There is no embargo period.' (Email to SW)
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05.10.2017Rowman and LittlefieldAMNo embargoFull text
Rowman and Littlefield
NoOnly two journals, Royal Society Open Science and Open Biology, are fully open access. Open access options for other journals: see link.
https://royalsociety.org/journals/authors/open-access/
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Royal SocietyInfo upon requestFull textRoyal SocietyNo
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SageSagecheck before uploading with permissions@sagepub.co.uk as permissions differ according to pubn categoryhttps://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/book-content-oa-archiving-policy. Author/ contributor agreement for book chapters, permits upload to a secure institutional repository (i.e. one for which access is limited to members of the institution and physical visitors to the institution’s site or sites only), provided the usual acknowledgements are given regarding copyright notice and reference to first publication by SAGE. Access to the work must be restricted (such as via password-protection to institutional members only).
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Sansom and CompanyNonen/aSummarySansom and CompanyYesElsevier policy does not allow the posting of book chapters by authors and contributors to open websites, including institutional repositories. Elsevier book authors and contributors retain the right to post a summary of their contribution on their personal or institutional websites; Authors may also link to the final versions of their chapters on Elsevier’s ScienceDirect (http://www.sciencedirect.com) via the DOI, if applicable. Contact: Hop Wechsler h.wechsler@elsevier.com
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Saunders
AAM? Not made clear by pubr but AAM safe.
12 months?SaundersYes
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SchoeninghPub pdfNo embargoFull textSense PublishersYes
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Sense PublishersAAM24 months10% of own authored work: one chapter in vol.YesEmail: peter.deliefde@sensepublishers.com - and permission will be granted - and email for all chapters by academics at University - rather than doing on case by case basis.
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SpringerPublished versionn/an/aSpringerYeshttps://www.springer.com/gp/open-access/authors-rights/self-archiving-policy/2124
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Stockholm UniversityPublisher-supplied pdfNo embargoChapterStockholm UniversityTextbooks, Readers and Reference Works are rarely published Open Access, and this policy is followed by the Press. Authors of chapter contributions are allowed to archive the pdf file of their contribution in the layout of the publication on their personal website immediately upon publication. There is a standard £45 charge (plus VAT where applicable) for supplying the final pdf version of the chapter. The same policy applies to authors who have the opportunity to put their chapter contribution on their university website, under a strict access provision (namely that the file is not passed on or sold on).http://www.stockholmuniversitypress.se/Emailed edit@sussex-academic.com
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06.04.2018
Sussex Academic PressNoneSussex Academic PressYesNo OA options for book chapters/books
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Sweet & MaxwellOA AM (Post-Print)
18 months Humanities/Social Sciences/12 months STEM
Single chapterSweet & MaxwellNoAuthors may upload the AM chapter to a personal or departmental website immediately after publication of the book - this includes posting to Facebook, Google groups, and LinkedIn, and linking from Twitter. Authors can also post the AM book chapter to an institutional or subject repository or to academic social networks like Mendeley, ResearchGate, or Academia.edu after an embargo period of 18 months for Humanities and Social Sciences books or 12 months for STEM books.https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/tandfbis/rt-files/docs/Routledge+T%26F+Policies+for+Open+Access+Book+Chapters+FINAL.pdfEmail: mpkbookspermissions@tandf.co.uk ( use Permissions.Mailbox@taylorandfrancis.com for US titles)
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Taylor & Francis/Routledge Send request via e-mail. No policy, so dealt with on a case by case basis. Taylor & Francis/Routledge
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Thames and Hudsonemailed 18.05.2018??Thames and Hudson?currently updating policy. Will contact SW when finalised.permissions@thameshudson.co.uk
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Trentham Books (UCL IOE)Pub pdfNot specifiedFull textUCL IOENoWritten request from academic required - email Julien Yoseloff - joestrei@udel.edu and AUP440@aol.com
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University of Delaware Press2 yrs (usu.)Not specifiedUniversity of Delaware PressNoEmail Jordan Stepp in first instance. May be able to upload tables of contents and introductionsContact jstepp@uga.edu (Jordan Stepp)
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University of Georgia PressPub pdf24 monthsFull textUniversity of Georgia PressNoeditor@grovebooks.co.uk
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University of Hertfordshire PressOA Pub pdf12 monthsFull textUniversity of Hertfordshire PressYesCase by case basis - email - Jane Housham, j.j.housham@herts.ac.ukwww.herts.ac.uk/uhpress
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06/07/2018University of Wales PressPre-print or AAMNo embargo
One chapter of an edited volume, OR Several chapters of author's monograph (up to half of the full book)
University of Wales PressYes
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18.05.2018/13.06.2018
Vernon PressVernon PressYesWe always make a chapter of the author's choice freely available for everyone to read. Subject to justification and approval we could make available more than one chapter. The entire book is searchable and partly viewable using Amazon’s “Look Inside the Book” functionality. You are welcome to post earlier drafts of some of your chapters in institutional or personal websites provided it is not the exact same version as the one used in the book (i.e. following peer review revisions, proofreading, typesetting). We would only ask that they do not amount to more than half of the main chapters and that a short statement with a URL link to the final book is also included as follows:

“This is a draft version of a chapter in the book [TITLE IN ITALICS] edited by [EDITORS NAMES] published in [YEAR] by Vernon Press, link: [STABLE URL ON VERNON PRESS WEBSITE]”

You are welcome to post pre-prints (i.e. not the final proofread/typeset version) of the entire manuscript in your institution’s internal repository accessible to students and staff only. The entire manuscript should not be distributed further without explicit permission.

You are free to reuse parts of your book not exceeding one chapter in derivative works (e.g. follow on journal articles, edited collections of your own work, or books you are editing yourself) without seeking permission, provided full bibliographic acknowledgment is made.
https://www.vernonpress.com/resources/authors#Self-Archiving
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Waterside PressOANo embargoFull text
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WHO
OA AM (Post-Print) but see 'restrictions'
No embargoFull textWHOYesAs a designated WHO repository library, WHO publications must be freely accessible to those who are interested in such publications. http://apps.who.int/bookorders/anglais/libraries1.jsp
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WileyWileyNoEmail must come from academic - not admin staff - email to permissions@wiley.com
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Wolf LegalNot specified.No embargowhole or any part of the ContributionWolf LegalUpon request. Contact http://www.wolfpublishers.com/page.php?id=9Via email & publishing contract.
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Yale UP
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Zed Books Ltd, London
Zed Books Ltd, London
Subject to obtaining the Publisher’s prior written consent (which will not be unreasonably withheld) the Contributor may republish the whole or any part of the Contribution in any medium which could not reasonably be considered by us to be likely to conflict with or have any adverse effect on publication of the Contribution in the Work, provided that proper acknowledgement is given to the Work and to the Publishers in any such republication. [Link to the book on the Zed Website that would be appreciated ]
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