Akademie, Oldenbourg, and De Gruyter electronic publications are all available via De Guyter Online.Â For more information, see the press release below:
Berlin, 1 August 2013 â€“ Four months after De Gruyter announced its purchase of Akademie and Oldenbourg, the publishing houses have now completed their technical integration. The organizational structure of the consolidated company has also been revamped.
“Over the past few months we’ve worked hard on harnessing the added value from our purchase of Akademie and Oldenbourg to deliver benefits to our customers and authors,” Sven Fund, CEO of the De Gruyter Group, said. With technical integration complete, the electronic publications of all three publishing houses are now available at De Gruyter Online (www.degruyter.com). Furthermore, all customers outside of the German-speaking world are now served by De Gruyter’s distribution team in Europe and North America. Continue reading Akademie and Oldenbourg eContent now available via De Gruyter Online
De Gruyter acquires two academic publishers, plans to digitize collections.Â More from the press release:
De Gruyter Purchases Two Academic Publishers: Oldenbourg and Akademie
Berlin, February 26, 2013 â€“ De Gruyter is proud to announce the acquisition of two academic publishers with a long and rich tradition: Akademie Verlag, based in Berlin, and Oldenburg Wissenschaftsverlag, based in Munich. Both companies were acquired retroactively as of 1 January 2013 from Franz Cornelsen Bildungsgruppe, which is seeking to streamline its business. Continue reading De Gruyter acquires Oldenbourg and Akademie publishers
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