Science Publishing Group (SciencePG) employs a fully open access publishing model, ensuring that all articles in our journals are freely accessible to both the scientific community and the general public. Unlike traditional reader-pays models, where institutional libraries typically pay for content access, we do not generate income from selling subscriptions of the printed or online versions of published articles. Consequently, we rely on Article Processing Charges (APCs) collected from authors' institutes or research funding bodies to cover the costs associated with various publishing services:
This includes peer review, administrative support, content commissioning, and journal development.
Technical Infrastructure and Innovation
This involves the development, maintenance, and operation of our online journal systems and websites.
This process includes the formatting and markup of articles and their inclusion in indexing services.
Ensuring that readers and authors are aware of the work published in our journals is crucial, hence marketing is a key component of our expenses.
Our team is always ready to respond to authors and readers, maintaining a high standard of customer service.
The amount of the APC varies depending on the journal in which the article is published. Some journals may have higher APCs due to the volume of submissions they receive.
SciencePG is committed to making publication costs as clear as possible. Therefore, each journal's APC is transparently displayed on its website.
International Journal of Health Economics and Policy (ISSN Online: 2578-9309, ISSN Print: 2578-9295) is an open access journal freely accessible on the Internet. With open access, SciencePG enables journals to disseminate knowledge more widely and at a lower cost than before. However, in order to cover the editorial services and production of articles, the journal charges an Article Processing Charge (APC).
The Article Processing Charge for the journal is 970 USD.
|Article Processing Charge
|International Journal of Health Economics and Policy
Article Processing Charge discounts are given to authors from low-income countries or lower-middle-income countries (classified by the world bank, learn more, click: https://datahelpdesk.worldbank.org/knowledgebase/articles/906519-world-bank-country-and-lending-groups ).
Conditions for Additional Article Processing Charges (APCs):
The standard length for an article typically falls within the range of 4 to 25 pages. For articles that exceed the 25-page limit, an extra charge of 50 USD per additional page will be applied for each page beyond the initial 25 pages.
For more details, please contact with the editor directly once the manuscript is accepted.
If you don’t want your paper to be published in this Journal, the following journals are also for your reference:
|Article Processing Charge
|Journal of World Economic Research
|Journal of Business and Economic Development
|American Journal of Health Research
|Journal of Public Policy and Administration
|International Journal of Business and Economics Research
|International Journal of Economy, Energy and Environment
|Science, Technology & Public Policy
|International Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
|Research & Development
Waivers may be granted at the Publisher's discretion and should be discussed with the editorial office when submitting the article. Editorial decision-making is decoupled from the authors' ability to pay the processing charges. However, authors should consider in advance whether they have sufficient funds to cover the full APC.
Upon editorial acceptance of an article, the corresponding author will be notified about the payment issue. The charge is typically covered by the author, funder, institution, or employer.
The corresponding or submitting author needs to arrange payment of the article processing charge unless a waiver has been granted. Following peer review, once a manuscript has received editorial acceptance in principle, the article processing charge becomes payable and formatting checks on the manuscript will commence. Once formatting checks are completed, and payment of the article processing charge has been received, the article will be published.
SciencePG currently supports the following payment methods:
|Debit or Credit Card
Organizations, including institutions, funders, societies, and various entities worldwide, have implemented Open Access (OA) mandates, which serve as directives or requirements for their associated authors. These mandates serve to promote and enforce the practice of freely sharing research findings and data with the public.
To provide transparency and information on open access mandates and policies, the Registry of Open Access Repositories Mandatory Archiving Policies (ROARMAP) offers a comprehensive and searchable database. For more detailed information, we invite you to visit the official website of the Registry of Open Access Repositories Mandatory Archiving Policies (ROARMAP).
Through the adoption of OA mandates, funding support, and participation in programs like ROARMAP, SciencePG aims to facilitate the widespread availability of research findings, enhance collaboration, and promote the exchange of knowledge for the benefit of the global scientific community.