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.
Stakeholders with an interest in European Continuing Medical Education (CME), will meet next week for the 11th Annual European CME Forum.
Publishers have long dreamed of easily repurposing their catalogs for markets around the world, but creating intelligent content is no simple task.
Publishing professionals examine the relevance of the almost 13,000 academic peer-reviewed open access books, monographs and chapters from 282 publishers.
Two scholarly publishing executives offer an informal Guide to a “Plan S” Impact Assessment for society and independent publishers.