Publishing

MIT Press

One of the largest and most well regarded university presses in the world, the MIT Press publishes books and journals in established and emerging fields in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences for an international audience. Its authors are likewise drawn from the global academic community. The Press is known locally for the MIT Press Bookstore, a popular Kendall Square destination, and more widely for its beautifully designed books, for producing works of equal rigor in the sciences and the visual arts, and for a distinguished legacy of experimentation in both content and format.

MIT Technology Review

Through serious journalism, written in clear language by a knowledgeable editorial staff, MIT Technology Review creates technology journalism on multiple platforms for a worldwide audience of millions. Technologyreview.com gives readers daily news and analysis. The magazine—published since 1899—features business reports, photo essays, and reviews. The company also produces live events and manages the global entrepreneurial organization MIT Enterprise Forum.

Sloan Management Review

The mission of MIT Sloan Management Review (MIT SMR) is to lead the conversation among thinkers, researchers, and professors about advances in management practice that are transforming how people innovate and lead. Since 1959, MIT SMR has disseminated new management research and innovative ideas so that executives can capitalize on the opportunities generated by rapid organizational, technological, and societal change. Content is sourced primarily through independent research from global thought leaders and through MIT SMR–generated research and the Big Ideas Initiative. Topics covered in 2015 range from adapting to the sharing economy to the dark side of information technology.