Tagged: CUP

CUP and China: the view from BIBF

The furore over Cambridge University Press and Chinese censorship has brought to the forefront an issue that has been going on under the radar for... Read more

Longest running conservation journal goes Open Access

Oryx, the international journal of conservation published by Cambridge University Press, is to become Open Access from January next year.... Read more

CUP launches big programme of speedy, mid-length publishing, Cambridge Elements

Cambridge University Press has launched Cambridge Elements, a large-scale programme for research that sits outside the traditional formats of either book or journal article.... Read more

CUP appoints Shull as Academic s.v.p. in the Americas

Academic and educational publisher Cambridge University Press has appointed Brigitte Shull, most recently v.p. of Management, Business, Economics and Political Science Publishing at Springer Nature,... Read more

Nine Dots Prize offers $100k and CUP book deal

The winner of a new prize that asks the question "are digital technologies making politics impossible?" will win $100,000 and a book deal with Cambridge... Read more

Flat sales and profit at CUP

Cambridge University Press sales dropped very marginally to £268.8m in the year ended April 2016, according to its latest annual report (£169.1m in 2015), with... Read more

Hill: 2016 to be 'tough' year for CUP Academic

Mandy Hill, m.d. of the academic publishing division at Cambridge University Press, has said 2016 "is going to end for us as a very tough... Read more

CUP to shift 45 ELT jobs overseas

Cambridge University Press is cutting 45 editorial and production roles out of its English Language Teaching division in Cambridge, asking staff to move to "other Press publishing centres outside the UK".... Read more

Sales rise but profits hit at CUP

Cambridge University Press saw sales rise 5% year-on-year at constant currency rates to £269m in the year ended April 2015, according to its latest annual... Read more

CUP strengthens policy against 'double dipping'

Cambridge University Press has strengthened its policy to prevent both authors and subscribers being charged for Open Access journal content - so–called "double dipping." The... Read more

Subscribe to RSS - CUP