These are the categories of publisher that are relevant to 'Asian Journal of Comparative Law'.
In general, the lowest category in the list below takes priority regarding copyright and policies. This is not clear and certain, however, for 'Client organisations' and 'Associate organisations'.
It gets complicated when there are more than two levels involved.
|Definition:||A Publishing organisation of any variety that has relinquished ownership to another publisher|
|Case/E.g.:||Ownership of Practical Neurology passed from Wiley-Blackwell to BMJ Publishing|
|Guidance:||May publish on behalf of ministries or departments which have their own rights and policies|
|Definition:||A publishing house run by an educational institution. May publish on behalf of 3rd party organisations|
|Case/E.g.:||Liverpool University Press|
|Guidance:||University publishers often operate the same was as commercial publisher, but are owned and controlled by an academic institution. They may just publish journals from their own institution. They may also publish journals on behalf of learned societies and similar client organisations. Client organisations usually retain their rights.|
|Definition:||Society or organisation whose journals are published for them by a publishing house|
|Case/E.g.:||Publishing house declarations: 'Published on behalf of...', 'Journal of the ...'|
|Guidance:||Copyright probably held by the client organisation, but not certain. If the publishing house does not allow you to archive, you could contact the client organisation. RoMEO gives the policies of client organisations where known. Otherwise it gives the policies of their publishing house.|
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