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China Social Sciences Press ranked first by influence

By Mao Li | 2014-09-22 | Hits:
(Chinese Social Sciences Today)

On Aug. 28, the Influence Assessment on World-Renowned Books from China Report 2014 was jointly released by the Consortium for Chinese Studies and Intercultural Communication at Beijing Foreign Studies University and China Publishing & Media Journal. Based on the bibliographic data of Chinese books collected by the libraries all over the world, the report studies Chinese books published in 2013 by nearly 600 presses and publishing houses from the Mainland China. All the five presses subordinate to the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) were among the top 100 in the ranking. China Social Sciences Press ranks highest among all the Chinese candidate presses, followed by Social Sciences Academic Press (China). As the report indicates, the research achievements in the fields of Chinese philosophy and social sciences have drawn increasing attention from overseas.

The Chinese version appeared in Chinese Social Sciences Today, No. 643 September 5, 2014  

Edited and translated by Bai Le