Palgrave.com is a company that international in academic and trade publishing. Palgrave.com programs comprise journal, monographs textbooks, professional and reference works online and in print.
Palgrave.com was created in 2000 as a result of the merging of Macmillan publisher in UK and St. Martin's Press Scholarly in the USA and combined worldwide academic publishing activities. It has been a subsidiary of Springer nature. Palgrave.com headquarter in Macmillan campus in London. Palgrave.com maintain their offices in New York, London, Shanghai, Melbourne, Hong Kong, Delhi, Sydney, and Johannesburg.
Palgrave.comwas named after the Palgrave family. Francis Palgrave together with his four sons were closely tied with Macmillan publisher around the 19th century. The sons were Francis who was the assistant, personal secretary to prime minister Gladstone. Inglis, the editor of Dictionary of Political Economy that was published first by the Macmillan in 1894. He was also an editor of the Economist and a banker. Reginald, the clerk of the House of common. Lastly, Willliam who was an Arabic scholar.
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