Wiley to 'explore alignment' after Hindawi deal

Wiley to 'explore alignment' after Hindawi deal

Wiley has said it will explore “how best to align” Hindawi's journal portfolios, publishing platforms and technology following its $298m deal for the scientific research publisher.

Hindawi, which has its headquarters in London, has a portfolio of more than 200 peer-reviewed scientific, technical and medical journals. Wiley, which announced a deal for the firm last week, said the acquisition would unlock new growth in China and help it expand into the Open Access market.

Asked about the ramifications of the deal, Wiley told The Bookseller that c.e.o. Paul Peters, chief operating officer Ri...

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