Partnership with Istanbul Commerce University

Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce an exciting new collaboration with Istanbul Commerce University (ICU).

This non-exclusive arrangement encourages ICU staff to join us as Editorial Advisory Board members in their respective disciplines, and establishes Cambridge Scholars as the favoured publisher for English language monographs and edited collections.

Our Senior Commissioning Editor Rebecca Gladders had this to say on the recent memorandum of understanding:

“We’re delighted to be working with Dr Armando Aliu, Advisor to the Rector at ICU, and look forward to a successful collaboration. The commercial sciences – a field incorporating business, management, economics and finance – is one of the fastest-growing and most vibrant areas of global research and education. We’re excited to bring ICU’s research in this field and others to our global readership.”

ICU was established in 2001 by the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce, and is one of Turkey’s top private universities, with collaborative agreements worldwide including the Universities of Sheffield (UK), Boston (USA) and Salzburg (Austria).

Cambridge Scholars Publishing was established in 2001, and today is one of the world’s leading academic book publishers, with more than 700 titles published in 2018. We are currently exploring similar collaborative arrangements in China and North America.

Dr Armando Aliu is an editor of the collection Conceiving Migration and Communication in a Global Perspective, to be published by Cambridge Scholars in January 2020. The volume examines diversified approaches to migration and communication, and explores policy dialogues, migration governance, transnationalism, cross-border circular migration and many other viewpoints of importance today. The study will be available to pre-order from our website in the coming weeks.

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