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Date of this Version

2013

Citation

  1. Agashe Ajay T; Lihitkar Shalini R & Lihitkar Ramdas. (2010). Free online journals on business management on Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). SRELS Journals of Information Management , 41 (1), 41-60.
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Abstract

The World Wide Web has introduced new vistas for scholarly publishing which can be accessed online via internet. DOAJ is the most accepted and authoritative list of scholarly, peer-reviewed, fully Open Access journals. This study aims to analyze the contribution of open access literature in the subject physics through DOAJ. Directory of Open Access Journals covers literature contribution of a wide variety of subjects, countries and also different languages. Study analyses Indian contribution to DOAJ, institution-wise categorization, language-wise distribution.

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