One of the largest and most distinguished university presses in the world, the MIT Press is known for quality, innovation, and distinctive design. The Press publishes in selected disciplines within the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Its authors are drawn from the global academic community. The Press publishes 30 scholarly journals and 220 new books annually, in a variety of print and electronic formats. More than 750,000 publications carrying the MIT name are disseminated by the Press to scholars and general readers around the world each year. The MIT Press is especially noted for its support of emerging fields, for its strong international distribution, and for pioneering digital projects.
MIT Technology Review
Founded in 1899, MIT Technology Review is a global media company whose mission is to identify important new technologies and decipher their practical impact. Through its print and online publications, email newsletters, and live events, MIT Technology Review engages millions worldwide, providing an intelligent and authoritative filter for the overwhelming flood of information on technology.
Sloan Management Review
A media company based at the MIT Sloan School of Management, MIT Sloan Management Review (SMR) makes new management research and ideas accessible to business executives and provides a forum for innovators around the globe. Through its quarterly journal founded in 1959, SMR presents ideas and research about advances in management practice that are transforming how people lead and innovate. Content is distributed on the web, in print, and on mobile and portable platforms, as well as via licensees and libraries around the world.