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Claire Redhead, Executive Director, OASPA. See slides here.
Niels Stern is Head of License Management at the Royal Danish Library which includes the responsibility for the national license negotiations in Denmark. Furthermore, he assists the European Commission as an independent expert on issues related to Open Science, e.g. evalution of project applications and review of H2020 projects. Niels Stern has more than fifteen years of experience in academic publishing – since 2007 he has been involved in Open Access publishing. A subject that he has written articles and reports about, e.g. “A landscape study on open access and monographs” together with Dr. Frances Pinter and Eelco Ferwerda. Beginning his career in academic book publishing, he moved on to work as Head of Publishing at the Nordic Council of Ministers where he among other things developed and implemented an open access policy and repository. Niels Stern holds an MA in Literature and Nordic languages (Univ. of Copenhagen) and an MA in Communication (Goldsmiths College, Univ. of London). See slides here.