Tagged: Journals

'New journals concept' from CUP's Research Directions

Cambridge University Press is launching an initiative it describes as a "new concept" for the journal, bringing researchers from different fields together to explore fundamental questions... Read more

W&N pre-empts Patricia Highsmith's diaries 26 years after discovery

Weidenfeld & Nicolson has pre-empted Patricia Highsmith’s diaries, to be unveiled to the public for the first time as part of a global publication more than 25... Read more

Ebury rush-publishes TikTok sensation Burn After Writing

Ebury is rush-publishing a new edition of designer Sharon Jones' Burn After Writing, after it became a viral sensation through TikTok. ... Read more

Consultation on new structure at Taylor & Francis journals

The journals editorial team at Taylor & Francis is undertaking a consultation process on a new structure, the publisher has confirmed. 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

SAGE acquires Pion

SAGE has purchased Pion Limited, an independent publisher of academic journals. The sale, which was brokered by Bertoli Mitchell LLP, was announced jointly by chairman... Read more

Book revenues decline in Wiley third quarter

2014 acquisitions Profiles International and Crossknowledge helped John Wiley & Sons to a third quarter revenue rise of 5% on a constant currency basis... Read more

Bloomsbury Journals join Routledge

Bloomsbury Journals is joining the Routledge Social Science, Arts & Humanities program. Altogether, 46 titles, including 25 arts and humanities titles and 21 law titles, published... Read more

Nature journals introduce 'double-blind' review

Science journal Nature and the stable of 17 Nature Research Journals are all to offer the system of peer review known as "double-blind" for article... Read more

Publishers 'need to standardise OA policies'

Publishers need to standardise their Open Access publishing policies to reduce confusion among authors, while steps such as aggregated billing for Article Processing Charges could... Read more

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