• Academic journals don't pay writers, excluding scholars who can't afford to work for free from getting published. Here's why that's a problem

    11 days ago - By Business Insider

    Elline Lipkin.
    Elline Lipkin
    Elline Lipkin is an author and research scholar with UCLA's Center for the Study of Women.
    Throughout her career, she says she's often written articles for academic journals without payment.
    When journals don't pay writers, Lipkin says scholars with fewer financial resources are edged out.
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