Richtmann Publishing is a publishing house founded in London to provide a forward-thinking publishing service that champions original thinking, whilst ensuring we put our authors at the heart of everything we do.
Founded in 2014 by the CEO Prof. Sokol Pacukaj and from former lecturers and researchers from Oxford University, Sapienza University and Link Campus University, the focus of the Richtmann Publishing is to be a leader in the publication of academic contents and in the fields of media and communication.
Richtmann Publishing is owner of the www.Euronews24.eu an updated 24-hour online newspaper on politics, history, economics, sports, foreigners, shows, music, culture, science, technology from all around the world.
Richtmann Publishing publishes 7 academic Journals. In 2019 Richtmann purchased the Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, Journal of Educational and Social Research and Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences previously published by Sciendo-Degruyter. The other new emerging journals are as follow: Contemporary Studies in Social Sciences (CSSS); British Journal of Economics and Finance (BJEF); British Journal of Engineering (BJE). Richtmann is publishing from 2020 the Journal of International Cooperation and Development founded and published previously by the Department of Communication and Social Research in Sapienza University of Rome.
We are unique in the balance we establish between our editorial guidance and the level of control retained by each of our authors, acknowledging the value they place on presenting their own work in a way that retains the integrity of their original argument.
With a strong reputation for author satisfaction, we understand the importance of making the publishing process a rewarding experience, with no cost to the author/editor, complimentary copies, a substantial author discount, free access to our eBook titles, and a generous royalty scheme.
Our publications are marketed worldwide and sold through international booksellers and distributors including Amazon, IBS, and are widely purchased by academic libraries.
Furthermore, in addition to our central office in the UK we have representative offices in Rome and Brussels.