Central European University Press

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Central European University Press

"In the early 1990s George Soros invited Frances Pinter to set up and launch the Central European University Press. In addition she was asked to run a grant programme enabling post-communist countries to translate western classics in the Social Sciences and Humanities.

"The Centre for Publishing Development at the Open Society Institute grew out of these early projects in the mid nineties in order to help transition countries develop their independent private publishing sectors." [1]



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  1. Soros, Frances Pinter, accessed December 20, 2007.