Keeping Classic Reference Current: The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics

Sponsored by Springer Nature
Recorded on 09/26/2017

Posted in Scholarly Communication and Research


Explore the past, present and future of Springer Nature’s Major Reference Works portfolio viewed through the lens of the legendary The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics during this one-hour webinar. For over 120 years, The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics has been an unrivaled resource for academic libraries by bringing together the world’s most influential economists (including 36 Nobel Laureates), offering concise overviews of their areas of expertise. Learn how this publication has remained relevant throughout the years, continues to adapt to the changing landscape of publishing, and how ongoing editorial, platform and access decisions will impact the future of reference works. This webinar is a must attend for academic librarians that support business, finance and economics programs, and anyone interested in learning about the latest in digital MRW publishing, technology, and workflows.


Michael Hermann
Senior Editor, Major Reference Works
Springer Nature

David Bull
Vice President of Business, Economics, Finance and Political Science Publishing
Springer Nature

Ruth Lefevre
Senior Editorial Coordinator, Reference
Springer Nature

Wouter van der Velde
Senior eProduct Manager, eBooks
Springer Nature