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Working Paper Series

The Einaudi Center publishes books, e-books, working papers, and other materials that emerge from the work of its faculty members, working groups, and collaborative ventures.

Cornell East Asia Series

Housed in the East Asia Program, the Cornell East Asia Series is an internationally known, award-winning Cornell University Press series publishing books on the history, cultures, and societies of East Asia, as well as translations of literary works.

Cornell Global Perspectives

This imprint with Cornell University Press launched in 2018. It allows for the swift publication of single- or multi-language books, reports, essays, speech transcripts, and other works aimed at informed but non-specialist readers.

Einaudi Center Annual Report

Annual reports from 1999 to the present are available on the Cornell Library's eCommons site. The latest report for the 2017-2018 academic year can be accessed here.

Einaudi Center Working Paper Series

The Einaudi Center Working Paper Series offers faculty and visiting scholars the opportunity to publicize their research work in a timely and cost-effective manner as electronic working papers. 

IAD/Cambridge Scholars Book Series

Published by Cornell's Institute for African Development, the IAD/Cambridge Scholars Publishing Book Series provides a forum for the publication of authored and edited volumes dealing with multidisciplinary development issues relating to Africa. 

SEAP Publications

Operating under the auspices of the Southeast Asia Program, SEAP Publications publishes and distributes academic books and a semi-annual journal on Indonesia. SEAP Publications, an imprint of Cornell University Press, seeks to make scholarship on Southeast Asia widely available to interested readers. 

South Asia Program Publications

The South Asia Program publishes Sinhala and Nepali language text books through Cornell's Language Resource Center.