- Central European University Press
Dr Frances Pinter is the Executive Chair of the Central European University Press and formerly CEO of Manchester University Press. She advises several small university presses around the world. She was the founding Publisher of Bloomsbury Academic. She is also the founder of Knowledge Unlatched, taking a particular interest in developing sustainable business models for Open Access monographs. Previously she was Publishing Director at the Open Society Institute where she established EIFL, a leading library consortium and the Centre for Publishing Development working in the post-communist countries. Earlier she founded Pinter Publishers that also owned Leicester University Press and launched the environmental studies imprint Belhaven Press.
Non-BPC Models and Collective Library Funding for University and Mission Driven Presses
In late 2020, COPIM, an Arcadia and Research England funded project, announced an innovative revenue model to sustainably fund open access (OA) monographs: Opening the Future. This initiative harnesses the power of collective library funding: increasing collections through special access to highly regarded backlists and expanding the global shared OA collection while providing a less […]
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