Selling to the BRIC: China — understanding and improving your footprint

@article{Stanley2012SellingTT,
  title={Selling to the BRIC: China — understanding and improving your footprint},
  author={Adrian Stanley},
  journal={Learned Publishing},
  year={2012},
  volume={25}
}
  • A. Stanley
  • Published 1 April 2012
  • Business
  • Learned Publishing
This article starts with a consideration of the demographic and economic background to China's development. It then goes on to clarify and explain unique factors of the Chinese academic journals market which publishers need to know about and consider. It looks at this from a sales market perspective and also from that of authorship and content creation. It helps give a roadmap and outline to publishers who want to understand and improve their local footprint. 

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