Monographs are conventionally books which report specialized research work to a restricted readership. The publishing of such books requires special publishing skills of both an editorial and financial type. Many scholarly publishers make great use of academic advisers and scouts who seek out research workers and can actually bring about the writing of new books. Scholars and publishers exist in a symbiotic relationship which contains areas of potential mutual benefit but also potential conflict. Good publishers are greatly appreciated by authors who themselves become a part of the communication network.
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