The nature of Britain’s exit from the European Union remains unclear; yet it is certain that Brexit will mean changes for the scholarly publishing community.
Chris Kenneally speaks to Richard Charkin of newly launched Mensch Publishing about the impact of Brexit on rights and a career spent in publishing.
Publishing’s global culture of excellence in science and the arts continues to push boundaries – new markets; new technologies; and new communities.
Men in publishing earn an average of $87,000, but for women the average is only $60,000—a $27,000 gap, according to Publishers Weekly annual salary survey.
The Workplace Equity Project reports the results of its 2018 survey, capturing data on diversity and equity-related issues in the scholarly publishing field.
253 million people live with vision impairment, yet less than 10% of published works are made into accessible formats.
Michiel Kolman of Elsevier and International Publishers Association shares his advocacy for LGBTIQ inclusion in the publishing industry.