Tagged: Sage

Naming the bias problem

SAGE’s global publishing boss reveals how he had to ditch his first name to get noticed by potential employers in the industry. Read more

Kings and queens

One of the most exciting things about being in publishing is how much change the industry enjoys (or endures) as we attempt to keep pace... Read more

In the reputation economy

How will an independent publishing company flourish in years to come, as we see dramatic changes alter the very landscape of research and education? One... Read more

The Diagram Prize for the Oddest Book Title of the Year 2021 Shortlist is Revealed

The six titles that will vie to win the The Bookseller/Diagram Prize for Oddest Book Title of the Year 2021 are announced.... Read more

Profile snaps up infectious disease expert Farrar's take on Covid-19

Profile books will publish Spike – The Virus v The People: The Inside Story by leading scientist Sir Jeremy Farrar, one of the first experts to alert the... Read more

Fifty jobs go at publisher SAGE

Around 50 positions have gone at independent academic publisher SAGE in a process begun in September, the publisher has confirmed, with around half those jobs... Read more

SAGE partners on initiative to improve black representation in academia

Publisher SAGE is partnering with the Leading Routes initiative, which supports black students and encourages them to move through the PhD route and into employment... Read more

SAGE's gender pay gap rises with new hires

SAGE's latest gender pay gap disclosures show deeper divisions between men and women's pay than in last year's inaugural report. Read more

Baker departs SAGE for Springer Nature

SAGE's corporate comms and public affairs manager Katie Baker is departing the publisher after seven years for a new post with Springer Nature. Read more

SAGE buys start-up Lean Library

SAGE has acquired technology start-up Lean Library and its associated products, for an undisclosed sum. Read more

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