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Standard article publishing charge (APC)
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Use this page to check the current article publishing charge (APC) and open access (OA) options across all Taylor & Francis, Routledge, and Dove Press journals.
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The article publishing charge supports a range of services which help ensure the trust, quality and impact of your published research. When you publish open access with us, you’ll get:
- Robust peer review: your paper benefits from thorough review by experts in your field, with objective and constructive evaluation ahead of publication.
- Online discoverability: our journals are indexed in internationally-recognized citation and abstract databases, including PubMed, the Journal Citation Report (JCR), Scopus and Google Scholar.
- Visibility and impact: no barriers to access means anyone can read, cite and use your research, whoever or wherever they are. From policymakers to journalists, your research can inspire and inform.
- Rapid online publication: your paper will be made available on Taylor & Francis Online soon after acceptance, freely and permanently accessible to anyone who needs it.
- Choice: of Creative Commons license, so you can comply with any funder mandates and control how others use your work.