Copyright Transfer Agreement (Cta) Form
Guarantee of permission to multiply the numbers/tables of an already published article: You must ensure that you have obtained permission from the copyright holder or the exclusive licensee to reproduce in the article all the material that is not yours and that you have provided full confirmation of the source. In most cases, the Original Edition Rights Department or the Journal`s editorial board will inform you of the exact form of the words required. This is usually a complete reference to the original publication and a confirmation that the material is reproduced with the permission of the rights holder. Wiley is the signatory of an agreement signed by the majority of scientific, technical and medical (STM) publishers that the participating publishers do not collect reciprocal royalties for copyright reproduction. These guidelines address the reuse of a small number of figures and tables of magazine articles without authorization, and a number of major STM publishers have signed up for this purpose. For more information, see the authorisation guidelines of the International Association of Publishers stm. Copyright belongs to the original publisher: If the previous publisher owns the copyright, the copyright line of the reissued contribution should relate to the previous publisher. In these cases, the copyright line that will appear on the published article will be, for example. B © 2013, Oxford University Press. The timing of the transfer of rights process is inherently problematic for several reasons.
First, publication means that copyright transfer rights, which are subject to publication conditions, are rarely freely transferred or acquired without printing.  Second, it becomes very difficult for an author not to sign a copyright transfer contract because of the association of publications with career advancement (print or loss/print publication) and the time lost should be restarted in the verification and publication process. There are power dynamics in the game that do not benefit authors and often endanger certain academic freedoms.  This may partly explain why authors in the field of scientific research, unlike all other sectors where original creators receive fees or royalties, generally receive no payment from publishers. It also explains why many authors seem to continue to sign their rights when they do not agree with the reasons behind them.  If the work is done by an author as an employee of a company, the copyright is held by the company.