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2011 SSP 33rd Annual Meeting, Westin Copley Place, Boston

Seminar 01- Repositioning Journal & Working Paper Content in a New Book Series

Speakers

Robert Wharton
Robert M. Wharton. Professor of Management Systems. Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University (NYC). He is the co-author (with Albert Greco) of The Culture and Commerce of Publishing in the 21st Industry (Stanford University Press) and numerous articles in the Journal of Scholarly Publishing. He has lectured at The World Bank and the Library of Congress about various publishing issues.
Albert Greco
Albert N. Greco. Professor of Marketing. Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University (NYC). He is the author or editor of 12 twelve scholarly titles about the book publishing industry, including editing the JSP Essentials: Critical Insight into the World of Scholarly Publishing, Vol. 1 University Presses and Vol. 2 Scholarly Publishing in Developing Nations (University of Toronto Press) and articles in the Journal of Scholarly Publishing. He has lectured at Harvard University, The World Bank, and The Library of Congress about various publishing issues.
Falguni Sen
Falguni Sen. Professor of Management Systems. Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University (NYC). He is the author of numerous scholarly articles addressing strategic issues, with an interest in scientific developments in various scientific and engineering industries. He has lectured about strategic policy issues in North America, Europe and Asia.
Amy Desrochers
Journal Production Coordinator of 40 scholarly journals at the University of Toronto Press. She handles all of the production work (including typesetting) on their new book series JSP Essentials (including Vol. 1 University Presses) which is based on repositioning existing journal content in a printed book series and a digital e-book.
Sylvia Hunter
Journal Editorial Services Supervisor of 40 scholarly journals at the University of Toronto Press. She handles all of the editorial work (including working with the authors) on their new book series JSP Essentials (including Vol. 1 University Presses) which is based on repositioning existing journal content in a printed book series and a digital e-book.
Judith Rosen
Book Selling Editor at Publishers Weekly, the major weekly trade magazine (and daily online service) covering the diverse book publishing industry. She covers all of the trends in the U.S. in the book selling sector, including the national chains, regional chains, and independent book stores. She formerly worked in retail book selling and at the MIT Press.