Challenges and opportunities: China's university presses in transition
Abstract:An account is given of the history of university presses in China since their inception in the early 1980s. Some have become very large publishing houses. Their position now, in the face of further economic reforms and proposals for commercialization, coupled with the removal of fiscal and other protections, is also considered.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: October 1, 2005
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