The importance of cooperative platforms in the academic world- EurAsia and De Gruyter
The world since it is known, has been a constant whirlwind of knowledge and search for everything that man has not managed to explain by himself. From there, science is born which is all that knowledge constituted through observations and verifiable methods that explain existing phenomena in systematic methods.
As a result, various branches and topics have arisen in order to learn about important phenomena that exist in the world and which are necessary to disseminate through the media in order to learn about all of those scientific developments, and from there, more theories and hypotheses have emerged in order to carry out and enlarge these scientific studies.
As an example there is EurAsia Academic Publishing Group, an independent international publisher that publishes peer-reviewed online journals covering a wide range of academic disciplines and inspires researchers to help a global community on the path of The science. The group is known for having strict ethical measures in place to protect copyrights of authors who publish papers with a significant influence and visibility in the development communities of many academic subjects.
Thus, although it is very important to have development scenarios for the different authors who publish their work, it is even more significant to have multiple sources that allow the dissemination, publication and information mechanisms for this kind of platforms. So, the group has made a cooperative association with one of the great publishers in the academics environment, such as De Gruyter.
EurAsia publishing Group, is collaborating with De Gruyter Foundation to develop academic work and also to invite well-known local and international academic authors and developers to join the editorial board team, provide enough financial assistance, among other things, using Asian and specially Chinese resources to potentially develop the cooperation in the academic and scientific field.
De Gruyter is a scientific publishing house based in Germany that specializes in academic literature. King Frederick II of Prussia granted the Königliche Realschule in Berlin the royal privilege to publish books in 1749, and the company’s roots may be traced back to that bookstore. Walter de Gruyter was an inquiring and open-minded publisher who was dedicated to promoting new knowledge he created a new publishing business dedicated to scholarly publications by combining one hundred years of history and progress. He was guided throughout by the conviction that a publishing firm must be powerful in order to be productive for research.
Digitization and internationalization have brought new difficulties for academic publishers in recent years. Despite this, De Gruyter is a family-owned business that is dedicated to its founder’s ideas. The Walter de Gruyter Foundation became a participant of the publishing house’s small circle of principals in 2006.
This said, and knowing a little about the roots of each publishing group, the convergent lines are evident, and this union between both groups has been of great importance for the development of the academic field and allowing a cooperative multinational platform that encourages authors who need to develop their investigative work in the new digital era facing society. Most importantly, both EuroAsia and De Gruyter, unfolds quality research equally and globally.