Maryland PACT, October 21, 2020: Open scholarship generates opportunities
Chris Carroll, Maryland Today, February 3, 2020: Access Agility
Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, August 26, 2019: Questionable Rejection
Joe Cohen, The Annex (podcast), October 30, 2018: Philip Cohen on Keeping Science Open
Justin Fox, Bloomberg, August 20, 2017: Hey, Sociologists! Speak Up!
Lindsay McKenzie, Inside Higher Ed, October 25, 2017: A Broadening Battle Over Archives to Share Papers
Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, October 24, 2017: Peer Review’s Give-and-Take
Philip Cohen, LSE Impact Blog, October 16, 2017: The next stage of SocArXiv’s development: bringing greater transparency and efficiency to the peer review process
Barbara Fister, Inside Higher Ed, August 1, 2017: Inevitably Open
Richard Poynder, Open and Shut?, March 13, 2017: The OA interviews: Philip Cohen, founder of SocArXiv
Absolutely Maybe: Open Access 2016: A Year of Price Bargaining, Preprints, and a Pirate
Paul Basken, Chronicle of Higher Education, November 1, 2016: Open data meets a defining test
Justin Fox, Bloomberg View, September 1, 2016: Economists profit by giving things away
Barbara Fister, Inside Higher Ed, August 18, 2016: The Acceleration of Open Access
Amy Buckland, In the Open, August 8, 2016: Building Open: SocArXiv
Lisa Peet, Library Journal, July 28, 2016: SocArXiv, COS Partner on New OA Social Science Archive
Krista Cox, ARL Policy Notes, July 22, 2016: Moving from SSRN to SocArXiv
Richard Poynder, Open and Shut?, July 19, 2016: SocArXiv debuts, as SSRN acquisition comes under scrutiny
Author’s Alliance, July 17, 2016: Is it time for authors to leave SSRN?
Andrew Gelman, July 16, 2016: You can post social science papers on the new SocArxiv
Barbara Fister, Inside Higher Ed July 14, 2016: SocArXiv opens
Elizabeth Popp Berman, OrgTheory, July 14, 2016: announcing socarxiv: the open-access repository for social science
Philip Cohen, LSE Impact Blog, July 11, 2016: Developing SocArXiv — a new open archive of the social sciences to challenge the outdated journal system.