Self-Archive Policy

In Revista European Public & Social Innovation Review (EPSIR) the authors maintain the right over their article to make other non-exclusive arrangements for self-archiving, deposit or distribution of the editor's version published in this journal, for example, include it in institutional, national or international repositories or personal web, and clearly indicate that the document was first published in EPSIR, include volume, year and DOI of the article.

In this sense, we encourage you to collaborate in the dynamization and dissemination of your results to obtain greater visibility of your text and thus increase the probability of citation.

You could follow our suggestions, remember that the higher the visibility, the better the results.

  • Send your manuscript both to the cited authors and to your professional contacts who might be interested in your research.

  • Upload to institutional repositories of your university or your research collaborators, or to public repositories such as Mendeley.

  • Create and update profiles in scientific social networks such as (ResearchGate,, Google Scholar or E-Lis) and share via any or all of these avenues to generate further discussion.

  • Activate and update social profiles such as ORCID, Scopus, ResearchID, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter. In the latter case you can use your keywords as #hashtag.

  • Post the manuscript on your personal or business Network.

  • Share with us your Networks so that we can follow you and reference your article in ours (you can do so by replying to this same email).

Copyright and self-archiving conditions of Spanish scientific journals are made public under Dulcinea's guidelines.