Open Access publishing agreement: Taylor & Francis

Authors affiliated with the University of Vienna can publish Open Access without any additional charges in over 2,200 Taylor & Francis journals under a transformative Open Access publishing agreement. Please find the agreement details here:
 

Validity period
1.1.2020–31.12.2022
Funding for
Articles in subscription journals with Open Access option ("Open Select") as well as Gold journals (fully open access): Eligible Journals (PDF)
Funding requirements
  • You are "corresponding author" of the article in question.
  • You are affiliated1) with the University of Vienna on the date of acceptance.
  • The following applies to articles resulting from FWF projects: funding provided by the FWF2).
  • The following applies to articles resulting from EU projects: funding can be provided by the University of Vienna (sufficient articles available).
  • The article lists "University of Vienna" as your affiliation or as one of your affiliations.
  • Article types covered: all articles that have successfully passed the peer review. Book reviews are always excluded from funding.
Funding is only provided for Open Access, not for any additional fees (e.g. colour charges, submission fees).
Author workflow

T&F will determine your eligibility on the basis of submission metadata and notify you of the possibility to publish OA at no cost during the publication process. Your affiliation to the University of Vienna will be checked by the Open Access Office. Processing of the agreement takes place without author invoicing.

In a small number of cases you might be asked to provide information for an "Open Access Quote". Please state "University of Vienna" (e-mail address: openaccess@univie.ac.at) so the automated workflow can take place.

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1) University affiliates are defined in UG 2002 §94. Should you be a research grant holder please provide confirmation to that effect via e-mail.

2) If the FWF is named as a funder in the article it is responsible for Open Access funding. There is a dedicated Open Access agreement between Taylor & Francis and the FWF, so there is no need to apply for reimbursement. Please note that the FWF funding requirements have to be met.