Industrial & Labor Relations Review
Online Archiving Policy for Papers Submitted to the ILR Review:
Original Drafts, Intermediate Drafts, Accepted Papers, and Published Articles
(1) An original draft is a paper in the form in which it is first submitted to Industrial & Labor Relations Review, before any changes have been made in response to reviewer' and the editor's recommendations.
-- The author can post or archive the original draft at any website at any time.
(2) An intermediate draft is a draft of a paper incorporating some revisions in response to reviewers' and editor's recommendations. This draft has not yet been accepted for publication by the ILR Review, but is being considered for publication, and has not been withdrawn by the author from such consideration.
-- The same rules pertain to intermediate drafts as to accepted papers. (See below.)
(3) An accepted paper is a paper in the version accepted for publication in the ILR Review. It incorporates all changes requested by reviewers and the editor, but does not incorporate final copy-editing or final typographical formatting or pagination.
-- An accepted paper can be posted on the author's personal website at any time.
-- An accepted paper can also be included in the repository of the author's funder, provided that it is not made publicly available until 18 months after official publication in the ILR Review.
-- An accepted paper cannot be posted on any publicly available website besides the author's personal website until 18 months after official publication.
(4) A published article is a paper in its final form, as it appears in the ILR Review.
-- A published article cannot be posted on any publicly available website until 18 months after official print publication.
-- Starting 18 months after official print publication, a published article can be posted at the author's personal website and at archival websites of not-for-profit entities. The file posted must include the runningheads (which, on left-hand pages, reads "INDUSTRIAL AND LABOR RELATIONS REVIEW") and the full opening page of the article (at the foot of which are found publishing details, including "© Cornell University").
-- Published articles are under the copyright of Cornell University and cannot be sold or offered for download for any fee, except by prior agreement with the ILR Review.