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FAR 2013 Policy on the web-posting of book chapters by contributors Authors of chapters in contributory Cambridge books retain the non-transferable right to: • Post their own preliminary version of their chapter (prior to any editorial input by the Press or the book’s editor) on their personal or departmental web page, or in the Institutional Repository of the institution in which they worked at the time the chapter was first submitted, provided the posting is accompanied by a prominent statement that the chapter has been accepted for publication and will appear in a revised form, subsequent to appropriate editorial input by Cambridge University Press, in <Book title> published by Cambridge University Press. On publication of the book, the full bibliographical details of the chapter (title, title of book, date of publication, copyright notice of book) must be inserted, along with a link to the Cambridge website address for the book. • Post the definitive version of their chapter as published in the Cambridge book (in PDF or HTML form) on their personal or departmental web page, no sooner than upon the date of first publication of the book, provided the posting includes a prominent statement of the full bibliographical details of the chapter (title, title of book, date of publication, copyright notice of book), and a link to the Cambridge website address for the book. • Post the definitive version of their chapter as published in the Cambridge book (in PDF or HTML form) in the Institutional Repository of the institution in which they worked at the time the chapter was first submitted, no sooner than one year after the date of first publication of the book, provided the posting includes a prominent statement of the full bibliographical details of the chapter (title, title of book, date of publication, copyright notice of book), and a link to the Cambridge website address for the book. Inclusion of this definitive version after one year in Institutional Repositories outside of the institution in which the contributor worked at the time the chapter was first submitted will be subject to the additional permission of Cambridge University Press. • The right to post an abstract of their chapter (for appropriate books) on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN), provided that the abstract is accompanied by a prominent statement that the full chapter appears in <Book Title> published by Cambridge University Press, together with the full bibliographical details of the chapter (title, title of book, date of publication, copyright notice of book), and a link to the Cambridge website address for the book.