Open Access

Cadmus: 30,000 records

Today 4 June marks another milestone for the EUI Research Repository, Cadmus, reaching 30,000 records. It is Prof. Gábor Halmai’s article From liberal democracy to illiberal populist autocracy: possible reasons for Hungary’s autocratization, Hague journal on the rule of law, 2024, available in Open Access, that marks the 30,000 milestone: Browse through other recently added […]

Submit your publications and/or datasets to Cadmus

The new edition of EUI Academic Publications and Data 2023 will cover the EUI community’s academic research produced between January and December 2023 and will be published at the beginning of next year. It will include only the research outputs cited in Cadmus, the EUI Research Repository. Please make sure that all your academic publications […]

Open Access: No Closed Matter

The move to Open Access publishing has been driven in large part by a desire to make research publicly available and to make knowledge less exclusive. The journals that we edit have long been committed to these objectives. Yet as emerging forms of Open Access publishing are gaining greater recognition, it is important to address […]

Celebrating 20 years of Cadmus, the EUI Research Repository

Today it is 20 years since the European University Institute (EUI), in 2003, established its research repository, Cadmus, to collect and share all the EUI’s research outputs. Our gift to Cadmus is the new temporary logo, also on Cadmus Home Page! Why the name Cadmus? Cadmus is known as the founder and the first king […]

Open Access week at EUI 2023: join the discussion

International Open Access Week is 23-29 October and this year’s theme is Community over Commercialisation.  Open Access Week is an opportunity for the academic and research community to continue to learn about the potential benefits of Open Access, to share what they’ve learned with colleagues, and to help inspire wider participation in helping to make […]