Green Open Access Through Self-Archiving
Self-archiving is the act of depositing a free copy of an electronic document online in order to provide open access to it.
Scientists and researchers can make free self-archiving their publications on Business Law Electronic Resource (BLER).
Self-arching research allows authors to post their manuscript in BLER, thereby allowing free and nearly immediate access to their work. This helps maximize research impact by guaranteeing open access to scientists, regardless of their ability to pay.
Nevertheless, self-archiving ultimately accelerates the process of sharing your data. How and what to self-archive is a difficult decision to make since both the publisher’s rights and the future ability to publish may be jeopardized by self-archiving too soon.
If you decide to pursue open access publishing apply for self-archiving and we will contact you within 3 business days: