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I do not believe that one is obliged to published their research Open Access - and pay the heavy fee - if one's research is no longer being funded. I have some insight here, as I work with a publisher, as journal editor.


fwiw I recently left an ERC project which is still ongoing (I was a postdoc - moved to another position). And I think that technically I am still supposed to publish work I did on the project in open-access journals. That said, I don't think anyone would (or will) notice when I publish elsewhere.

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