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Capped agreement

Agreement details

Further information about this agreement and the open access workflow can be found on the CAUL site and from the Taylor & Francis site.

Key points

  • Articles accepted from January 1, 2024 are eligible to be published open access under this agreement
  • Authors from participating institutions may publish in some of Taylor & Francis's hybrid journals without the need for any transactional article processing charge (APC)
  • There are over 2100 hybrid (open select) journals included in the agreement excluding the top two tiers of APC prices (~30 journals)
  • Hybrid journals that "flip" to open access during the course of the agreement also remain available for OA publishing
  • The corresponding author must use their institutional email address when submitting an article for publication and include a participating institution as one of their affiliations to benefit from this agreement. Authors will be identified as eligible by their:
    • institutional affiliation
    • email address
  • Articles not covered by this agreement may benefit from a 10% discount on eligible APC's. Please consult the titles list to confirm eligibility
  • Taylor & Francis do charge additional fees such as page and/or colour fees not covered by the APC waiver. Check the journal's submission guidelines for other fees and charges.

Article types

The following article types are eligible for open access under this agreement:

  • article
  • review
  • research article
  • review article
  • report
  • short communication
  • case report
  • note
  • original article
  • guest editorial