Publish gold open access in Taylor & Francis journals at no cost to yourself
As a researcher based at a Max Planck institute, you are eligible to have the article publishing charge (APC) associated with publishing gold open access paid on your behalf. This is through an agreement set up between the Taylor & Francis Group and the Max Planck Digital Library.
Discover our full portfolio of journals at Taylor & Francis Online.
All journals included in the agreement display this orange open access icon on their homepage:
How can publishing open access benefit you?
When you publish your article gold open access, it is made freely available online, allowing anyone anywhere, to read your research. This means you can benefit from:
- Increased visibility: No barriers to readership means researchers worldwide can read and cite your research.
- Greater impact: Your research will be accessible to policymakers, practitioners and professionals in your field. Your open access article could be used to inform and develop public policy, be read by the general public, or be picked up by the media.
- More freedom: Publishing under a CC-BY license means you can share your research across your networks, including social media.
- Improved discoverability: Many of our journals are indexed in internationally-recognized citation and abstract databases, including the Journal Citation Report (JCR), Scopus, and PubMed, increasing the likelihood of your work being found and read by your colleagues.
- Robust peer review: All accepted papers will undergo a thorough and robust peer review process, where each manuscript is objectively and constructively evaluated on its scholarly merit and integrity.
Choose from over 2000 journals across all subject areas
Under the centrally funded scheme, all corresponding authors based at a Max Planck Institute are eligible to have their manuscript published gold open access under a CC-BY license. The agreement covers fully open access and hybrid Taylor & Francis Group journals, including Routledge and Cogent OA titles.
Where are your colleagues choosing to publish?
- Applied Economics Letters (2016 Impact Factor: 0.478)
- Ethnic and Racial Studies (2016 Impact Factor: 0.994)
- Population Studies (2016 Impact Factor: 1.038)
- The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law
Politics and Area Studies
- Journal of Eastern African Studies (2016 Impact Factor: 0.962)
- New Political Economy (2016 Impact Factor: 1.667)
- Politics, Religion & Ideology (Indexed in Scopus)
- Religion, State and Society (Indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index and Scopus)
- Review of International Political Economy (2016 Impact Factor: 3.452)
Arts & Humanities
- Discourse Processes (2016 Impact Factor: 2.074)
- History and Anthropology (Included in the Arts and Humanities Citation Index, and Scopus)
- History of European Ideas (Included in the Arts and Humanities Citation Index, and Scopus)
- Research on Language and Social Interaction (2016 Impact Factor: 1.896)
- The History of the Family (2016 Impact Factor: 0.455)
Publishing your paper
When you submit your paper, you will go through the usual peer-review process associated with your chosen journal. If your paper is accepted, you will receive an email asking you to choose an open access publishing agreement. Follow the instructions and select the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY) option, which is the license required by the agreement. You do not need to pay an APC to make your article open access.
Frequently asked questions
Which articles are covered by this agreement?
This agreement covers articles with corresponding authors at Max Planck institutes published in Taylor & Francis and Routledge Open, Open Select (hybrid) and Cogent OA journals. Use our Open access options finder for the full list of journals offering open access publication options. The articles should be accepted for publication between Jan 1, 2017 and Dec 31, 2019.
Are all types of publication included?
Some articles which are not original research papers, such as Editorials, Announcements, and Book Reviews, are not covered by this open access publishing agreement.
Do I have to pay any fees to publish my article?
If your paper has a corresponding author based at a Max Planck institute you don’t need to pay any charges to make your article open access. However, if the journal you are publishing in has separate costs, such as page charges or color charges, these will still apply.