Author self-archiving policy
You may use the Article within your employer's institution or company for educational or research purposes only, including use in course-packs, as long as: (1) you do not use it for commercial purposes; (2) you acknowledge the Journal as the original place of publication with the correct citation details given.
As the Author(s), copyright in the Article remains yours (or your employer's if your employer claims copyright in your work). You also retain the following rights to reuse the Article you have submitted, free of charge, as long as you do not sell it or give it away in ways which would conflict directly with our commercial business interests:
After the Article has been published in the Journal in printed form you are entitled to reuse parts (but not the whole) of the Article in other publications written by yourself, providing that a full acknowledgement is given to the Journal and to Oxford University Press;
- After the Article has been published in the Journal you are entitled to include a link on your own or your institution's or firm's website providing free access to the published version of the Article on the OUP website, but you may not post the text of the Article itself on any website;
- You are entitled to use the Article yourself, or within your firm or employer's institution or business, for client advice, educational or research purposes only, including use in course packs, as long as:
- you do not use it for commercial publishing purposes or distribute multiple copies outside of the institution, firm or individual client relationship;
- you acknowledge the Journal and OUP as the original place of publication and publisher.
- You are entitled to use parts of the Article in reworked form in the course of individual client advice or for purely internal professional development purposes without the need to acknowledge the source of the material