Check-out this animated comic, Open Access Explained! narrated by open access advocates Nick Shockey, Director of Student Advocacy at SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) and Jonathan Eisen, Professor of Evolutionary Biology and Ecology at University of California, Davis on the PHD Comics website.
OpenDOAR is the quality-assured, global Directory of Open Access Repositories. You can search and browse through thousands of registered repositories based on a range of features, such as location, software or type of material held. Try it out for yourself.
EconStor can help you to disseminate your publications in Economics and Business Studies visibly and effectively.
EconStor is a publication server for scholarly economic literature, provided as a non-commercial public service by the ZBW. The full texts collected here (mostly working papers, but also journal articles, conference proceedings, etc.) are all freely accessible according to the principles of Open Access. Authors and editors can also submit papers to EconStor free of charge.
EconStor : https://www.econstor.eu/
Business Management deals with the study of various streams of the business models that are broadly conceived to generate new insights into the societal embeddedness of firms in the entire globe and the consequences of such embeddedness on managerial and business processes, structures, and outcomes. This field particularly emphasizes aspects like organizational culture and behaviour, human resource management, financial management, organizational culture and Communication, Leadership and strategic planning etc. Extensive research in these fields provides instant and continuous information on the latest trends and developments in this field.
RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) is a collaborative effort of hundreds of volunteers in 102 countries to enhance the dissemination of research in Economics and related sciences. The heart of the project is a decentralized bibliographic database of working papers, journal articles, books, books chapters and software components, all maintained by volunteers. The collected data are then used in various services that serve the collected metadata to users or enhance it.
So far, over 2,000 archives from 102 countries have contributed about 3 million research pieces from 3,500 journals and 5,000 working paper series. Over 57,000 authors have registered and 75,000 email subscriptions are served every week. See below on how you can be part of this initiative.
RePEc : http://repec.org/
On 1 January 2020 the full resources of the IMF eLibrary became available to the public at no charge. We invite you to explore the eLibrary and browse (and download) any of the 21,000 digital publications in the collection. The IMF has a longstanding commitment to producing valuable content about the global economy and to making that content available.