Hanken is one of the leading open access institutions in Finland.
Hanken has been committing itself to actively fostering open science practices. Hanken researchers have been encouraged to publish open access in order to increase the visibility, accessibility, reproducibility, and replicability of your research outcomes, and to increase Hanken's government funding. One goal that Hanken has endeavored to achieve is that 80% of its annually reported scientific articles are published as Green Open Access and that parallel copies of all articles are uploaded to the research database Haris. These two slides by Jyrki Ilva, the National Library of Finland, indicate that Hanken has very good figures in open access publication, being one of the leading open access institutions in Finland. Source: Jyrki Ilva, “Open Access -julkaisemisen kehitys ja tietopohja Suomessa,” Bibliometriikkaseminaari 2019, 8.4.2019, https://wiki.eduuni.fi/display/csctuha/Bibliometriikkaseminaari+2019. More information about:-
Guidelines for Open Research at Hanken.- How to self-archive at Hanken at Open access-LibGuides.