Taylor & Francis
|Agreement labeling||Taylor & Francis Read and Publish agreement 2021-23|
|Has the agreement been disclosed and published?||Yes|
|Agreement period||01/01/2021 – 12/31/2023|
|Consortia / Institution||Jisc|
Approximate range of annual corresponding author publications
|Comments on size/article output||The article allocation in Year 1 (2021) covers 100% of publishing output from 2019|
How do the costs of the agreement relate to previous subscription-only agreements with the publisher?
|Agreement costs within the range of the previous spending level|
|Comments on cost development||The agreement is costed using subscription spend only, with no publishing spend factored in. It is based on a 0% fee increase on the previous year’s (2020) subscription spend.|
Transfomative agreements vary by their transformative mechanisms, meaning the way in which financing is shifted from the subscription side to open access publishing. What are the characteristics of this agreement to this regard?
|Subscriptions partly converted to OA publishing fees|
How do entitlements for open access publishing correlate to the anticipated article output? Which mechanisms for risk sharing have been agreed in cases of exceeding or not reaching the number of OA publishing entitlements?
|A 20% discount is available for APCs accepted after the cap is reached|
Are all journals relevant to your affiliated authors (in which you expect them to publish) eligible for OA publishing under the agreement?
|Are fully open access journals covered by the agreement?||No|
|OA LICENSE||CC-BY preference, exceptions allowed|
||Original research articles|
What is the approximate share of access related costs of the overall agreement?
|More than 50%|
Are all read relevant journals covered by the agreement?
|PERPETUAL ACCESS RIGHTS||Partly (e.g. to core journals only)|
|Comments on workflows||T&F have an internally-developed Dashboard, which over a third of existing subscribers are already using|
|OVERALL ASSESSMENT AND COMMENTS||This agreement transitions a highly significant proportion of UK publishing output towards Open Access, and keeps that output within the boundaries of Read spend only.|
|Request contact to the licensee||contact [at] esac-initiative [dot] org|