ALPSP Statements & Position Papers

ALPSP monitors national and international issues and represents the interests of members to the wider world. We are involved in representation of the scholarly publishing sector on a wide range of key issues, both national and international. ALPSP keeps a watching brief on all current matters relating to the business of scholarly publishing, and works with members to provide policy-makers and commentators with clear information on the likely impact of new policy initiatives. We carry out research and issue briefing documents and position statements on subjects of key concern.


Access all Areas: Global Trends in Research and Scholarly Publishing
18 February 2015: ALPSP announces new conference at London Book Fair
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Transfer Code of Practice to be maintained by NISO
13 February 2015: NISO and UKSG announce that the Transfer Code of Pratice is to be supported and maintained by NISO
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ALPSP appoints Pippa Smart as Editor of Learned Publishing
10 December 2014: Pippa Smart has been appointed Editor of ALPSP's journal Learned Publishing with immediate effect.
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New PLS mandate
17 November 2014: ALPSP outlines involvement in and support of the proposed changes to the PLS publisher mandate.
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India develops OA policy
29 July 2014: ALPSP comments on the draft policy.
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IPO response to questions surrounding the UK TDM exception
26 June 2014: ALPSP asks for clarity around implementation.
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2014 London Digital Book Printing Forum
9 May 2014: 10 free places available for ALPSP publisher members.
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ALPSP appoints BMJ’s Peter Ashman as Chair Elect
2 May 2014: ALPSP has appointed Peter Ashman, Publishing Director at BMJ, as Chair Elect of its governing Council with immediate effect.
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SAGE ALPSP Conference Travel Grant
14 April 2014: SAGE supports library travel grant for the ALPSP International Conference
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EU Consultation on Copyright Rules - your input is critical
3 February 2014: deadline extended to 5 March 2014.
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