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Open access (Eng)

Publish open access at Hanken

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The purpose with this guide is to help researchers at Hanken to publish open access. The guide contains general information on open access, as well as practical instructions on how to proceed with open access publishing at Hanken.

To  promote open research:

  • Hanken endeavours to ensure that 80% of its annually reported scientific articles are published as Green Open Access and that parallel copies of all articles are uploaded to the research database Haris.
  • Hanken recommends that data from the school’s research is always archived in national or international archives, taking into consideration the requirements of the financier and the publisher and with conditions of use that are approved by the researcher.
  • Hanken encourages the school’s researchers to make their analysis and research methods generally available.

Read more in Guidelines for open research at Hanken.

Hanken's guide for open access is based on corresponding guides at Tritonia, Helsinki University, University of Turku and University of Oulu. The guide is made in cooperation with Arcada.

Open access publishing

Open access publishing by Mikael Laakso.


For questions on open access publishing and open data please contact (open access, self-archiving) (research data)

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