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Translations and Subsidiary Rights


Each year, the SAGE Foreign Rights Team attends the London Book Fair, the Beijing Book Fair and the Frankfurt Book Fair.  If you would like to make an appointment or have a query about our program, contact  You can also browse our annual Translation Rights Catalogues for title recommendations in each subject area.  



Browse our hubs for the latest top downloaded articles, special issues and full journal portfolios from each of our disciplines:

Business & Management

Journal Permissions

On each journal’s homepage, you may request permission by using the Copyright Clearance Center's RightsLink® service. For permission to reuse any SAGE Open Access content, please email

To request permission using RightsLink , just follow a few simple steps:

SAGE Choice

Publish your Article Open Access in a SAGE Subscription Journal with SAGE Choice

Frequently asked questions

The SAGE Choice program offers authors the option to publish their article open access in hybrid SAGE subscription journals. It also enables authors to comply with funding body requirements, where publishing research papers open access is a stipulation of funding, while still publishing their article in the hybrid journal of their choice.

Launch Journals

SAGE has established a policy for launch journals in order to increase usage and interest in these new, unique titles.

For Individual Libraries
These journals will be freely available to libraries via an IP-registered trial for the first year of publication (volume 1). This will allow you to add the journals to your knowledgebase and make them available to users at your library via searches and your library catalog. This offer includes perpetual access to volume 1.

Pure Gold Open Access Journals

The following lists the pure gold open access journals published by SAGE. All articles published in the journals provide worldwide, barrier-free access to the full-text of articles online, immediately on publication under a creative commons license. All articles are rigorously peer-reviewed retaining the quality hallmarks of the academic publishing process that authors would experience in publishing in any traditional SAGE journal.

Author Information

Authors can make their article open access either via the gold OA publishing or green OA archiving as described below.

A number of funders require research articles which have resulted from their funding to be made open access, including RCUK, NIH and Wellcome Trust. SAGE helps authors comply with these mandates either via the gold open access publication route or green open access archiving.

Please check with your funders if there is a mandate to publish your research open access and the criteria for compliance. These resources may be helpful:

Institution Information

Open access publication is a means for researchers to be compliant with their funders’ mandates. SAGE’s Open Access Prepaid Account (OAPA) allows institutions to support their faculty to publish research open access.

Open Access Reports & Resources

Find out more about SAGE’s open access initiatives by browsing reports, blogposts and presentations listed below.


Open Access Position Statement

A long-term advocate of sustainable open research, we provide easy and innovative publishing routes for authors seeking to build momentum and increase their reach. Join the thousands of academics across the globe who choose us to share their research quickly and widely, and benefit from:


What is open access?

Open access content is made freely available to under the terms of a Creative Commons licence. Open access publication is usually subject to payment of an article processing charge (APC) paid by the author, institution or funding body. 

Re-use of Open Access Content

All licenses require that re-use complies with the following terms:

  • Full attribution must accompany any re-use and include the following information about the original work:

    Article Title
    Volume (if applicable)
    Issue (if applicable)
    Page numbers (if applicable)
    Date of publication
    SAGE as the original publisher
    A link to the original article as published on SAGE Journals (where practicable)