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De Gruyter Oldenbourg

“De Gruyter Oldenbourg veröffentlicht Titel in den Gebieten Geschichte, Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Informatik und deutschsprachige Ingenieurswissenschaften. Oldenbourg blickt auf eine über 150-jährige Verlagsgeschichte zurück und gehört seit 2013 zur Unternehmensgruppe von De Gruyter. Das Imprint besitzt ein hohes Ansehen für seine Monographien und Lehrbücher und arbeitet eng mit international angesehenen Forschungseinrichtungen zusammen, unter anderem mit dem Bundesarchiv, der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik und dem Institut für Zeitgeschichte.”

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