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A radically new model for scholarly communications

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Affiliations: 1: Few publishers have had a career as innovative and international as that of Frances Pinter. Hungarian by parentage, Venezuelan by birth, American by citizenship (and now British too), she started her own publishing house from scratch in London at the age of twenty-three. In 1994 she changed jobs dramatically by becoming Publishing Director of the Soros Foundation, a job which took her to every post-communist country in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. She has reported on both of these phases of her career in LOGOS (1990 and 2002). She now explains the events which have led her to a very different venture. frances@pinter.org.uk

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