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EDITORIAL
DEVELOPMENT
STRATEGIES
5 Dec 2012
OVERVIEW
 Improving Impact Factor
 Publishing more rapidly
 Beyond our borders
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WAYS TO INCREASE IMPACT FACTOR
 Publish (more!) review articles
 Release high-impact articles early in year
 Optimize rejection rate
 Lower denominator
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International contributions and board
(Hot) Topical issues
Generate industry standards or guidelines
Increase discoverability / indexing
Ensure right types of content is counted in cited items
Self-cite (reasonably)
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SPEEDING UP PUBLICATION
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Complete manuscript submissions
Editorial Board rotation
Reviewer incentives | report cards
Reject without (external) review
XML up front
On schedule
Negotiations with publisher | printer | online vendor
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BEST PRACTICES
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24-48 hours to reviewer or rejected out of hand
2-3 weeks to first decision
3-6 weeks from acceptance to e -publication
6-8 weeks from acceptance to print publication
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FUTURE-PROOF YOUR JOURNAL
Regular research
Benefits
 Email/online surveys
 Focus groups (at
meetings)
 International
 Younger market
 Inform new or existing
product development
 Secure reader loyalty
 Data-rich, evidencebased decision making
 Expert (phone)
interviews
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WHY AND HOW CAN CHINA, INDIA, AND BRAZIL
BEST SHAPE YOUR JOURNAL’S FUTURE AND
EXPAND YOUR OPPORTUNITIES?
China
R&D funding
Researchers
India
Brazil
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Readers
Libraries
Education
Labor pool
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SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
ARTICLES
Region
World
United States
European Union
Japan
China
India
Brazil
1995
564,644
193,337
195,897
47,068
9,061
9,370
3,436
2009 Change
40%
788,347
8%
208,601
27%
248,656
5%
49,627
74,019 717%
19,917 113%
12,306 258%
National Science Foundation, National Center for Science and Engineering
Statistics, and The Patent BoardTM, special tabulations (2011) from Thomson
Reuters, SCI and SSCI, http://thomsonreuters.com/products_services/science
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SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
ARTICLES
Science and Engineering Indicators: 2012 Digest l Arlington, VA (NSB 1202) l January 2012, www.nsf.gov/statistics/digest12/outputs.cfm#1
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GROWTH OF SCIENTIFIC
PUBLISHING IN BRAZIL
40,000
60
54.42
% do Brasil em relação à América Latina
35,000
% do Brasil em relação ao Mundo
47.55
Nº de artigos Brasil
30,000
42.89
39.11
25,000
32,100 50
40
36.73
33.84
20,000
17,714
30
15,000
20
10,521
10,000
6,038
5,000
2,409
0.47
0
1985
10
3,640
0.62
1990
0.84
1.35
1.8
2.69
0
1995
2000
2005
China output by main group
200000
180000
number of scholarly papers
160000
140000
120000
100000
80000
60000
40000
20000
0
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
years
Social Sciences
Life Sciences
Health Sciences
Physical Sciences
Source Elsevier Scopus
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RESEARCH EXPENDITURES
ANNUAL RATE OF GROWTH
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STM PUBLISHING MARKET BY
REVENUE
2011 Global
Scientific, Technical,
and Medical
(excluding geospatial data):
$21.01 billion
2011 STM in
China
2011 STM in
China
$1.12 billion
2011 Revenue (P)
2011 Global
STM
10.0%
3.8%
2011 Year on Year Growth (P)
Source: Outsell’s Information Industry Database
CHINA: MARKET SIZE
 Chinese Ministry of Education: 8,791 Higher Education
Institutes in 2009
 Ringgold Database: as of October 2011, 4,840 unique
records for content on mainland China, 2,205 of which are
parent-level.
 National Science Foundation of China: 2,464 academic
education and research institutions in China are registered
and qualified to apply for central government research
funding.
 Project 211, 113 leading universities with around 70% of key
government funding
CHINA: TWELFTH 5-YEAR PLAN: CULTURE
MEDIA & PUBLISHING PILLAR INDUSTRY
 Seven emerging industries
 Alternative energy – nuclear, wind, solar
 Biotechnology – drugs and medical devices
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 Medical devices – Form 40-50 device companies, 10 new
national technology R&D centers and labs, 50-80 new
products
 Pharmaceuticals – By 2015, more than 30 original medicines.
 Establish 30-50 translational medical research centers
New-generation IT – broadband, internet security, networks
High-end equipment manufacturing – aerospace and telecom
Advanced materials – rare earths and high-end semiconductors
Clean energy vehicles
Energy conservation and environmental protection
INDIA: HIGHER EDUCATION
 Government to increase
spending 30%
 1,000 institutions
1.60
1.40
% of GDP
1.20
 5 dozen new planned
 17 million students
1.00
 16% studying science
0.80
 8% of population has
masters or doctorate
0.60
 Higher than Japan, France,
Germany, Brazil
0.40
0.20
0.00
2011
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INDIA: SUBSCRIBER UNIVERSE
 Historically little access to
international journals
 Institutions collectively held
print-only subscriptions to
only 2,500 scholarly journals
in total
 Typical university subscribed to
< 200 journals
 Many smaller institutions
subscribed to < 100 journals
 Today, academic journals
market is $175M
 $70M (40%) for electronic
journals
 $105M (60%) for
print+online/print-only
subscriptions
10/31/2011
 Factors improving access
to international journals
 New institutions
 Growth of consortia
 $35M spend
 OA journals
 Factors in consortia
formation
 To enlarge knowledge
resource base, comparable to
other leading institutions
around the globe
 To hold down escalating cost
of journals
 To enable system-wide
integrated resource sharing
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Thank you
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Kaufman Wills Fusting & Co
Cara Kaufman
Partner
Kaufman
Wills Fusting
& Co
443 869 2432
cara.kaufman
@kwfco.com
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