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SAGE statement on Journal of Vibration and Control

London, UK - SAGE announces the retraction of 60 articles implicated in a peer review and citation ring at the Journal of Vibration and Control (JVC). The full extent of the peer review ring has been uncovered following a 14 month SAGE-led investigation, and centres on the strongly suspected misconduct of Peter Chen, formerly of National Pingtung University of Education, Taiwan (NPUE) and possibly other authors at this institution.


Are lobbyists good or bad for the American political process? Find out in Vital Statistics on Interest Groups and Lobbying

Washington, DC - Lobbyists and interest groups are often cast as the villains in the U.S. political process. Although there is an occasional mention of the money spent to lobby and the number of lobbyists, most of the negative press is based on anecdotes and not on actual data. Now CQ Press has published the new Vital Statistics on Interest Groups and Lobbying, an alternative approach to understanding the importance of lobbying to the U.S. political process.


World-renowned collection of Shakespeare material to be digitized

Adam Matthew

Adam Matthew announces exclusive agreement with the Folger Shakespeare Library as part of a new series of theatre-related projects

Adam Matthew is delighted to announce the digitisation of the world’s largest collection of prompt books from the Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington D.C.


Free public access to BP energy data

Award-winning digital publisher to release 3D Energy Data Visualization Tool for 30-day free access

Adam Matthew are enabling free public access for one month to their innovative ‘Energy Data Visualisation Tool’, which uses the latest web-based information visualization techniques to represent a vast array of data on global energy use. Users will be able to access global energy reserves, production and consumption data and explore the huge growth in renewables between 1965 and 2012.


SAGE strengthens geography and psychology portfolio with acquisition of Pion

London, UK - SAGE, one of the world’s leading independent and academic publishers, has today announced the purchase of Pion Limited, independent publisher of high quality academic journals founded by Adam Gelbtuch and John Ashby in 1959. The sale was announced jointly by Chairman for Pion, David Cohen and Stephen Barr, President SAGE International.


Major Collection Documenting the US Civil Rights movement annouced

Adam Matthew signs new agreement with the Amistad Research Center, New Orleans

(Marlborough, UK) Adam Matthew has today announced an agreement to digitally publish a wealth of documents from the ‘Race Relations Department of the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries, 1943-1970’ held by the Amistad Research Center.


Winner of the BERA SAGE Public Impact Awards announced

London, UK. Today SAGE and BERA are delighted to announce that Professor Robin Alexander, Chair of the Cambridge Primary Review Trust, is this year’s winner of the newly launched BERA SAGE Public Impact Awards. Celebrating a researcher or a policy maker who has shown demonstrable impact with their work, the award recognises the important impact of research and practice in the education community.







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