Brill wishes to play a vital role in the selection, enrichment and distribution of academic material. Our policy in relation to this is especially focused on maintaining lasting relationships with authors and users who should, above all, experience the services we provide as useful and satisfying. Reliability and honesty are qualities of great importance; qualities that also apply to relationships that Brill sustains with all other players in the information-provision chain. In principle, the company wishes to collaborate with all parties who promote the provision of services to authors and users. The wishes expressed by authors and clients thus ultimately contribute to the form in which these services are provided.
Brill is seeking to involve the distributive trade in books and journals and grants licenses to third parties and databank operators when libraries express a preference for this. Brill upholds a trade-friendly policy and in this manner pays for the maintenance of multifaceted distribution of academic material.
Given the exceptional nature of the company, it is always important for Brill to live up its historic reputation, both at home and abroad. This intention demands an international perspective on our behalf, as well as maintaining a visible presence in the academic centers of the world. Wherever possible, Brill looks to maintain an equal and non-biased nationality-spread among it's personnel.
Brill endeavors to recruit and engage employees who are keen to serve the wishes of authors and clients. A genuine interest in Science and the Humanities is a necessity for our employees, as well as a keen appreciation of the service provided by and the commercial interests of Brill. The logo of the publishing house still defines what the company is all about; finding harmony between the realities of science and of trade, Pallas and Mercury.
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2013, April 11
2013, April 11