Academic Exchange Quarterly (AEQ) is 100% self-supported. There are
no sponsors or corporate owners. Read acceptance rate NOTE
Journal's publication expenses reviewing-editing-production-distribution
(45-70 dollars per one submission regardless of whether published or not)
are covered by subscription fees, royalty payments, and redactory fees.
AEQ has optional redactory fees. You may avoid paying by adhering
to journal's procedure/requirements...
Other journals have established mandatory fees like submission,
redactory, publication, processing, reprint or high subscription fee.
- European Financial Management
Old Dominion University/John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
$450 submission fee for authors who are current subscribers and
$500 for non-subscribers
- International Third World Studies Journal and Review
University of Nebraska at Omaha
- Issues in Accounting Education
University of Delaware
$75.00 submission fee for members or
$100.00 for nonmembers of the AAA and is nonrefundable
- Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance
New York University
$125 a resubmission fee; when a referee’s report suggests revision,
fee is required with the revised manuscript.
- JJouurnal of Education, Informatics and Cybernetics
International Institute of Informatics and Cybernetics (IIIC)
$50 article processing charge, per page for all accepted papers
- Jourrnaal of Financial Economics
University of Rochester @ Harvard University
$500 for subscribers, $550 for non-subscribers
Referees are paid an honorarium out of the submission fee
- Journall of Financial Education
Saint Joseph's University
FEA member for at least six (6) months: no submission fee
Non-member or recent member: $95
- Journal of Financial Markets
Yale School of Management
Used to defray the cost of having the paper refereed
- Journal of Political Economy
University of Chicago Press
$75 for subscribers, $125 for non-subscribers
Submission fees are used to pay for refereeing services
- Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education
Florida International University/American Real Estate Society
$115 submission fee for nonmembers
- Review of Accounting Studies
University of Pennsylvania
$175 submission fee
- Review of Futures Markets
Kent State University
$80 article submission fee, it includes a one-year subscription
Note, since Spring 2003 under Editors’ Choice,
Academic Exchange Quarterly publishes selected full-text articles
and abstracts FREE to all (authors and readers) and available 24/7
While other publishers charge a fee...
- American Physiological Society (APS) has Author’s Choice and charges
$2,000 or $3000 for publishing an article, plus their customary
author fees (such as page charges and color charges) apply.
Read the explanation ...Why Are Authors Charged Fees?
- Cambridge University Press has Open Option with charge £1500 / $2700
for each article. This is calculated in order to cover the costs
associated with the publication process, from peer-review of the
submitted manuscript, through the copy-editing and typesetting, to
online-hosting of the definitive version of the published article.
- Elsevier B.V. for $3000.00 offers authors the option to sponsor
an article and make it available online to non-subscribers
via Elsevier's electronic publishing platforms.
- John Wiley & Sons, Inc. has OnlineOpen, fee was fixed at
US$3000 for most journals: Wiley Journals and Blackwell Journals
- Oxford University Press has Oxford Open and authors of accepted papers
will be given the option of paying an open access publication
charge $1,800 to $3000 to make their paper freely available
online immediately via the journal website.
- SAAGE Publications Ltd has ‘SAGE Open’
The fee per article for this service is $3,000USD/£1600GBP and
excludes any other potential author fees levied by some journals
(such as colour charges, which are additional) as well as taxes
- Taylor & Francis have extended their "iOpenAccess" option
to cover over 300 journals... All authors whose manuscripts are
accepted for publication in one of these iOpenAccess journals will
have the option to make their articles available to all via the
Journal's website, and to post to repositories, for a one-off fee