Europa: New Titles and Key Backlist 2012 & 2013


Long regarded as premier reference resources Europa's key titles The Europa World Year Book, The Europa Regional Surveys of the World, The International Who's Who and The Europa World of Learning are all available in print and online.


Contacts

Marketing Inquiries
  1. Philippa Mullins
    Editorial Assistant

  2. Christopher Jacobs
    Marketing Executive – eBooks and Online Resources
    Reference Marketing

Editorial Inquiries
  1. Paul Kelly
    Europa Editor

  2. Cathy Hartley
    Editor Europa New Projects
    Europa Editorial

  3. Amy Welmers
    Editorial Assistant (Europa)

Other Inquiries

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Welcome to the first Europa Online Catalogue, presenting new and forthcoming titles for 2012 and 2013.

Whether you need to compare wealth distribution across the United States, research the career history of Mikhail Gorbachev or require the latest analysis on emerging superpowers, Europa supplies the answers. Providing expert coverage of the most recent global developments and profiles of the most influential figures each product is an essential source of data and analysis. Available both in print and online, the titles serve the research needs of students, academics and information-seekers worldwide.

To find out more click on the relevant link in the contents table. To start you off we’ve handpicked some highlights from the year so far:

  • An ‘invaluable reference book’(The Economist), The Europa World Year Book contains the latest analytical, statistical and directory information for over 250 countries and territories
     
  • International Who's Who in Poetry 2013 contains the biographies of more than 4,000 contemporary poets world-wide and is a unique guide to the leading lights and freshest talent in poetry today
     
  • Europa World Plus, the online version of The Year Book, is constantly updated to provide information on everything from demographic trends in India to food imports in Japan.