Anthem Press is a leading independent academic, professional and trade publisher in established and emerging social sciences, business/law and humanities fields of study with a strong international and interdisciplinary focus.
 

Outstanding Testimonials

‘Thanks to its highly professional staff and its equally high editorial standards, Anthem Press produces some of the most innovative and exciting work in modern academic publishing’.

— Professor Robert Douglas-Fairhurst FRSL, Magdalen College, University of Oxford

‘I was pleased to place the IGLP series 'Rethinking Global Law and Policy' with Anthem Press. They were terrifically helpful in planning and launching the series – and the first volume came out without a hitch. A pleasure working with them’.

— David Kennedy, Manley O. Hudson Professor of Law and Director, Institute for Global Law and Policy, Harvard Law School

‘I am happy to be associated with Anthem Press because it is a publisher that likes to take risks with work that is not merely conventional or orthodox, and encourages young as well as established researchers. Anthem works fast, is genuinely independent in spirit, and committed to seeking creative innovation’.

— Philip Davis, Emeritus Professor of Literature and Psychology, University of Liverpool

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Outstanding Reviews

‘John Mathews wins Schumpeter Prize for his book Global Green Shift: When CERES Meets GAIA. “On a broader scale, Mathews' book offers a wide Schumpeterian picture of the great transformation that is underway in the global economy, as manufacturing activities shift to China and other Asian countries and the green energy revolution takes place as a strategic response’.”  

Schumpeter Prize Selection Panel, commendation

‘This eye-opening book from preeminent researchers and practitioners shows how risk assessments and role playing among key local stakeholders can engage and persuade. It offers hope and guidance to policy makers and citizens who want to act before it is too late’.

— Judith Innes, University of California Berkeley; review of Managing Climate Risks in Coastal Communities

The Stakes of Regulation, with its often drôle, always limpid and sometimes mordantly polemical style, is a dazzling toolbox on the ways of doing history, an epistemological reflection on how to gain access to the past, and a fresh reading of some of the major issues of eighteenth-century history’.

— Arnaud Orain, University of Paris; review of The Stakes of Regulation

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