Scholarly publishing in Ukraine since February 24, 2022
Keywords:scholarly publishing, Ukrainian journals, war, Russian aggression, institutions, refugee
On February 24, 2022, the life of Ukrainians and the world was divided into "BEFORE" and "AFTER" the beginning of russia's full-scale war against Ukraine, changing everything, including the scientific field.
The poster shows the challenges Ukrainian publishers faced during the war, using the example of Business Perspectives, a company that publishes 13 academic journals based in the city of Sumy, in eastern Ukraine.
Data are given on the occupation and destruction of educational institutions in the country, which led to the departure abroad or internal displacement of many researchers.
The support of Ukrainian colleagues from the world publishing community is emphasized.
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