[open-science] How to publish a law PhD thesis

Lyubomir Penev penev at pensoft.net
Thu Oct 13 14:46:13 UTC 2016

Hi Benedikt,

You may look perhaps at the Research Ideas and Outcomes <riojournal,com> 
(RIO) Journal? Please let me know if you have questions.

And yes, the PDF would be the least desired format for an open science 
publication, of course.



On 10/13/2016 5:36 PM, Benedikt Fecher wrote:
> Dear colleagues,
> a colleague and friend of mine wants to publish his PhD thesis in law 
> online in an open format.
> As typical in this field of research, the thesis consists only of text 
> (no figures or tables, etc.) with a lot of footnotes. In addition, 
> lawyers typically reference page numbers. Therefore, it would be 
> helpful to have those in the document.
> Which format would you recommend? Is PDF really the way to go? A 
> solution that is as open as possible while still convenient is much 
> appreciated.
> In addition, does anyone have a suggestion for a platform?
> Since I myself did not have a really statisfying answer, I thought I 
> use the wisdom of the crowd in this list.
> Thank you very much and best regards
> benedikt
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