Luke Adams celebrates the crucial role of peer review in the academic publishing process. […]
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June 29, 2016
By Francine O’Sullivan
A few years ago I read a blogpost in The Scholarly Kitchen on on ‘A Proposed List – 60 Things Journal Publishers Do’ and it inspired me to come up with my own list of 60 things book publishers do. The are interesting times and so that list is now somewhat out of date and so I have revised it to include 68 things a high quality academic book publisher will do to help disseminate good research, maximise citations and protect their authors’ work and interests. Times are moving fast so it is very much a work in progress but I hope it gives an idea of the kind of value you should expect your publisher to add to the research process. […]
September 29, 2015
Whilst the focus of Peer Review Week is, understandably and inevitably, on journal publishing, peer review also has a fundamental and crucial role in academic book publishing. Our Business and Management Publisher, Francine O’Sullivan, explains why peer reviews play such an important part in the commissioning process.
Selecting, Accepting and Rejecting: tips for up and coming scholars on getting published – by Matthew Pitman
June 25, 2015
If you are at the stage of your career (or research) where publishing a book is on the horizon, there are a number of factors to consider. Matthew Pitman, Senior Commissioning Editor at Edward Elgar Publishing, offers some advice about the options and choices involved.
June 4, 2015
Academic publishers are certainly open to proposals for new journals, but are also mindful of the difficulties in establishing a publication which will be successful over the long term. So what are the factors you should be mindful of when proposing a new journal? Ben Booth, Senior Commissioning Editor at Edward Elgar, considers the challenges and opportunities of starting a new journal.