Academic publishing and the research ecosystem

Reeve, K (2017) Academic publishing and the research ecosystem. In: Creating the Future of Academic Publishing – Strengthening the Research Ecosystem (part of Academic Book Week), 23 January 2017, South Bank University, London, UK.

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Part of an event organised by Book Machine and Emerald Publishers as part of national Academic Book Week (23–27 January 2017) run as part of The AHRC/BL funded Academic Book of the Future project. In a time of sweeping changes across the publishing industry, we want to rethink the relationship between academics and publishers and facilitate dialogue between all areas of the research ecosystem. The last five years has seen a stream of mergers as big publishers expand. Meanwhile, University Presses also seem to have been particularly well-positioned for growth – and we have also witnessed the emergence of more progressive publishers. This event presents expert speakers to identify the key issues and offers a lively forum for debate around Impact, Innovation and Interdisciplinarity.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)

A panel discussion featuring Martin Eve (Birkbeck University) Richard Fisher (IPG, former managing director, CUP) and Katharine Reeve (Bath Spa University).

Keywords: academic publishing, open access, publishing
Subjects: A General Works > AZ History of Scholarship The Humanities
Divisions: School of Writing, Publishing and the Humanities
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Date Deposited: 17 Apr 2018 13:54
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