Someone posted a nice collection of books dealing with the on-going revolution in science:
— Mikael K. Elbæk (@melbaek) September 25, 2014
So i decided to read some of them. Ironically, many of them are not available for free (contrary to the general idea of openness in them).
The book is short at 200 pages, with 14 chapters covering most aspects of changing educational system. It is at times long-winded. It shud probably have been 20-50 pages shorter. However, it seems fine as a general introduction to the area. The author shud have used more grafs, figures etc. to make points. There are plenty of good figures for these things (e.g. journal revenue increases).