Titles by Malala Yousafzai, Anne Frank and Reni Eddo-Lodge have been voted on to a list of the Top 20 "most influential books in history written by women".... Read more
Three academic publishers – Springer Nature, Cambridge University Press and Thieme – have reached an agreement with ResearchGate to work together on the sharing of articles.... Read more
Publisher Springer Nature has confirmed it intends to list its shares on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, targeting funds of approximately €1.2bn to strengthen its financial... Read more
Nature Research and The Estée Lauder Companies are launching two new awards for women in science.
Oxford University Press has revealed a 12.6% median gender pay gap, lower than the national average of 18.4%.
Ingrid Gnerlich at Princeton University Press has signed a book from Professor Jim Al-Khalili, provisionally titled The World Physics Made. ... Read more
Elsevier has reported a median pay gap of 40%, more than twice the UK average of 18.4% and the highest yet reported by a publishing company.... Read more
Academic publishers Taylor & Francis (T&F), Wiley, SAGE and Cambridge University Press have published their gender pay gap data, with all showing pay gaps in... Read more
Learning science company McGraw Hill saw a revenue drop of 1.2% in 2017, with a total of $1,719.1m (£1,213.8m), compared to $1,740m the previous year,... Read more
Scholarly publisher Springer Nature has reported a 15.21% median gender pay gap between men and women working at the company in the UK.
Pearson has filed its gender pay gap report ahead of new government regulations, showing its overall median gender pay gap in 2017 was 15%, while the mean gap was 21%. ... Read more
The Publishers Association says school textbooks only need to save teachers four and a half minutes a day to pay for themselves, arguing that not buying them to... Read more
Sara Miller McCune, founder and executive chairman of Sage Publishing, is to be awarded the London Book Fair Lifetime Achievement Award 2018. ... Read more
A third Academic Book Week has been confirmed for the latter part of April, although without support of an official funding partner.
Yale University Press London had "an extraordinary year" in the 12 months ending 30th June 2017, with net sales growth of 30%, according to its... Read more
Issue No 5797
Friday, April 20 2018
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