EMS Press announces an expansion of its Subscribe To Open programme for 2022.
Berlin, Germany | 28th July 2021
EMS Press, the publishing house of the European Mathematical Society, has today announced that 7 new titles will be joining its Subscribe To Open (S2O) programme for 2022, bringing the total number of journals published under S2O to 17. The new additions include journals from the national societies such as the Portuguese Mathematical Society, Swiss Mathematical Society and the Royal Spanish Mathematical Society, and the Institut Henri Poincaré in France.
Speaking on this announcement, Managing Director André Gaul said “The rapid expansion of the S2O programme is a testament to the success of the model in 2021. This is underpinned by the support of our subscribers and their understanding that continued subscriptions are the best way to ensure fair and sustainable open access publishing in the field of Mathematics. We are pleased that the community has embraced this model, and sees the value in distributing costs across many reader organisations rather than focusing them on a small number of authors via APCs.”
The growth of the S2O programme means that if subscriber support for the model continues to thrive and grow, 19 of the Press’s 25 titles have the potential to become open access in some capacity in 2022. A full list of titles currently available as open access can be viewed on the journals page, while its S2O programme for 2022 can be viewed on the S2O page. EMS Press has a number of packages and multi-year subscription offers available, enabling libraries to commit to long-term, cost-efficient support for open access.
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About EMS Press
EMS Press is the publishing house of the European Mathematical Society, the not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and development of mathematics in Europe. We have a digital and print portfolio of more than 20 peer-reviewed journals and a growing catalogue of over 200 books. Our editorial mission is to publish high-quality research for both the European and global mathematics community. We focus on technology-driven solutions for academic publishing, and are committed to delivering fair and sustainable open access.
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