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Mark Alfano

About the monolithic dominance of OUP: keep in mind that OUP-USA and OUP-UK are almost completely autonomous. They have distinct editors, referee lists, etc. This probably leads to a bit more diversity in their offerings than you might expect.

Joanna Grover

I know a series editor for CUP who was responsible for securing book contracts for three of his friends. Two of them he hired in his own department (he's the chair). He became the series editor at another university press a few years later and got the third friend (the one he didn't hire) a second book contract there. Cronyism is a major problem in the university press world. Trade presses, though lower in prestige, strike me as more just in their selection and review process. But this is just my impression.

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