On the global efficiency of 21 major social policy book publishing companies and their impact in 100+ countries
This text tries to answer tentatively such a difficult and strategic question, and quantitatively compares the performance of several publishers, which in between them control a sizeable share of the social science academic book publishing market in such fields of political science as globalization or European Union studies, with up to nineteen quantitative performance criteria, ranging from market success rates on global markets both in North America as well as mainly in the Asia-Pacific and European region, comparative library presence rates at international organizations libraries, such as the European Union and the United Nations, and the quantitative impact of published titles on combined indices of peer reviewed journals and the international daily and weekly press.
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