Below is a bit of detail on two publishers that will work with De Gruyter’s new PDA model. If you haven’t read about the new PDA model from De Gruyter, take a look at the white paper.
Press release from De Gruyter: Berlin, 28 November 2012 – The idea behind Patron Driven Acquisition (PDA) is simple: to offer users access to all digital content, but only charge for actual use. Beginning in 2013, two of De Gruyter’s publishing partners – Harvard University Press, and Böhlau Publishers – will offer their content globally through De Gruyter Online as part of the PDA distribution model. By participating in PDA distribution, these publishing houses will be able to provide customers with access to a greatly expanded range of academic content. The partnerships will particularly enlarge the range of publications available in the field of history. Continue reading