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Overview of Open Access at Cal State East Bay


The California State University (CSU) system has negotiated a three-year gold open access pilot agreement with Elsevier that enables corresponding authors affiliated with the CSU to publish open access in eligible Elsevier journals at no cost to authors

Below are the authors and their corresponding works that "flipped" their articles (i.e. changed their previously restricted articles to be open access).

Open access is the “free, immediate, online availability of research articles coupled with the rights to use these articles fully in the digital environment” (SPARC).

Benefits of open access include:

  • Greater visibility and retrievability of research
  • Increased impact of scholarship
  • Boosts the likelihood that results will be taken up, extended, applied, and cited
  • Increased readership outside the academy, including policy-makers, journalists, non-profits, the general public, etc.

Elsevier "Flipped" Articles

Kathryn J. Strom (Educational Leadership)

Strom, K., & Martin, A. (2022). Toward a critical posthuman understanding of teacher development and practice: A multi-case study of beginning teachers. Teaching and Teacher Education. 114.

Jung S. You (Economics)

Minsoo Jeong, Jung S. You, (2022). Estimating the economic costs of nuclear power plant outages in a regulated market using a latent factor model.  Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews.

Stephen Bok (Marketing)

Bok, S., Martin, D. E., & Lee, M. (2021). Validation of the COVID-19 Disbelief Scale: Conditional indirect effects of religiosity and COVID-19 fear on intent to vaccinate. Acta Psychologica, 219, 103382–103382.

Divya Sitaraman (Psychology)

Buchert, S. N., Murakami, P., Kalavadia, A. H., Reyes, M. T., & Sitaraman, D. (2022). Sleep correlates with behavioral decision making critical for reproductive output in Drosophila melanogaster. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part A, Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 264, 111114–111114.

Scott Fung (Accounting & Finance)

Fung, S. & Tsai, S.-C. (2021). The price discovery role of day traders in futures market: Evidence from different types of day traders. Journal of Empirical Finance, 64, 53–77.

Robert Loveland (Accounting & Finance)

Loveland, R., Mulherin, J. H., & Okoeguale, K. (2021). Deregulation, listing and delisting. Journal of Corporate Finance (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 69, 101985–.

Balaraman Rajan (Management)

Pai, D. R., Rajan, B., & Chakraborty, S. (2022). Do EHR and HIE deliver on their promise? Analysis of Pennsylvania acute care hospitals. International Journal of Production Economics, 245, 108398–.

Stephanie Seitz (Management)

Seitz, S. R. & Choo, A. L. (2021). Stuttering: Stigma and perspectives of (dis)ability in organizational communication. Human Resource Management Review, 100875–.

Pascale Guiton (Biology)

Sharma, J., Rodriguez, P., Roy, P., & Guiton, P. S. (2020). Transcriptional ups and downs: patterns of gene expression in the life cycle of Toxoplasma gondii. Microbes and Infection, 22(10), 525–533.

Richard Sprott (Human Development & Women's Studies)

Sprott, R. A., Randall, A., Smith, K., & Woo, L. (2021). Rates of Injury and Healthcare Utilization for Kink-Identified Patients. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 18(10), 1721–1734.

Ny Vasil (Psychology)

Vasil, N., Ruggeri, A., & Lombrozo, T. (2022). When and how children use explanations to guide generalizations. Cognitive Development, 61, 101144–.

Andrew Wong (Anthropology, Geography & Environmental Studies)

Wong, A. D.. (2021). Chineseness and Cantonese tones in post-1997 Hong Kong. Language & Communication, 76, 58–68.

Wong A. D., Su, H.-Y., & Hiramoto, M. (2021). Complicating raciolinguistics: Language, Chineseness, and the Sinophone. Language & Communication, 76, 131–135.