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Haris - Hanken research database

Guide to Haris - Hanken's research database

Haris and open access


Hanken promotes open research and recommends that scientific articles should be published as green open access (self-archived). According to one of the goals in the Guidelines for Open Research at Hanken, Hanken endeavours to ensure that 80% of its annually reported scientific articles are published as green open access and that self-archived copies of all articles are uploaded to the research database Haris. See more information about Open Access Publishing at Hanken.  

Hanken authors are accordingly encouraged to publish their articles open access, primarily by self-archiving. This is done by uploading your articles, usually the post-print version (the refereed manuscript, i.e. Author Accepted Manuscript, AAM) in Haris.

Publications reported and self-archived in Haris are then permanently preserved in Hanken's institutional repository, DHanken. They are visible in DHanken in the collection Publications synchronized from Haris and linked to the subject’s collection.

By uploading your articles in Haris, you contribute to open access. Please note that you upload a version that is allowed to self-archive by the publisher. You can find instructions about How to self-archive at Hanken and about Which version of the article can I self-archive in Hanken’s LibGuides on open access.

In our LibGuide on open access you also find information about, for example, different forms of open access, definitions of different article versions, and discounts on publishing fees (article processing charges, APCs) available to Hanken researchers.