Akademsko nakladništvo

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Akademsko nakladništvo je podgrana nakladništva koja tiska i objavljuje akademska istraživanja i znanstvene radove.[1] Većina akademskih radova objavljena je u obliku članaka u znanstvenim časopisima, knjiga ili radova za određeni akademski stupanj. Dio akademskog materijala koji je napisan nije formalno objavljen nego je tek samo ispisan ili objavljen na internetu nazivamo sivom literaturom. Većina znanstvenih i stručnih časopisa te mnoge znanstvene i stručne knjige, premda ne sve, zasnovane su na nekom obliku peer reviewa ili uredničkog proučavanja radi vrjednovanja tekstova za objavu. Kakvoća uredničkog proučavanja i standardi pri izboru široko variraju od časopisa do časopisa, od izdavača do izdavača, od znanstvenog područja do znanstvenog područja.

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