Funders' OA mandates

Last changed: 11 November 2021
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Many Swedish as well as international research funders mandate open access as a condition for their grants. They see open access as the best possible way to spread results, and in the case of governmental funds the idea is that publicly funded research should be publicly available. An increasing number of funders also mandate open access to research data.

Important research funders for SLU with open access mandates:

SHERPA/JULIET gives information on international funders' policies on open access. Useful information can also be found via OpenAIRE .