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The Hans-Bredow-Institut produces publications and series on a regular basis and offers texts that are available as downloads. In addition, research findings are published as monographies in different publishing houses.The newest publications of the staff members are listed on their personal sites.

The Hans-Bredow-Institut adopted its basic position on Open Access in 2016: from now on, publications and research data from the Hans-Bredow-Institut will be available to the public if there are no explicit agreements with publishing houses or others that contradict it.  The institute supports its staff members in respective contract negotiations with publishers and third-party donors. Furthermore, the institute encourages its researchers to publish their findings in open access journals or monographies.
With its strategies, the Hans-Bredow-Institut pursues the objective not only to document publications and research data of its own research institution but also to make it accessible to the public for the purpose of sustainable research communication. In the following years, possible institutional memberships in open access initiatives and forums will be examined.



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