• "[Second Thoughts on Capitalism and the State is a] profoundly reflective book shows a pathway forward for academics and activists alike who are stymied by the disconnect between deep critical scholarship and emancipatory social change, yet who will still not give up the good fight."

    - Professor Diane E. Davis, Harvard University

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2001, in Cambridge, UK.

No. The business was founded by University of Cambridge alumni and faculty, in Cambridge. It was later relocated to Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Northern England, when the founders moved to nearby Durham University.

Scholarly books (monographs and edited collections) across a range of topic areas. We do publish a few book series, but we don’t publish journals.

In recent years, we have published more than 700 titles per year, and we have a backlist of more than 7000 books. That makes us one of the largest English-language scholarly book publishers in the world.

We have representative offices in Berlin, Germany, and Barcelona, Spain. Our head office is in Newcastle upon Tyne, England.

No.

Yes, we pay royalties on all sales, from the first copy sold, escalating by number of titles sold.

All over the world.

Mainly, university library and research departments worldwide. We calculated that we have customers in more than 120 countries worldwide.

Primarily, academic-format hardback, and ebook. Paperback editions on occasion.