C.H. Beck

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Verlag C.H.BECK oHG, doing business as Publishers C.H. Beck (German: Verlag C. H. Beck), is a German publisher with its headquarters in Munich and a branch office in Frankfurt. The company publishes 70 professional journals and over 9,000 individual titles. Each month it publishes up to 1,500 new editions and publications. 550 employees work in the Munich headquarters. The 120 scientific editors combined work at the Munich and Frankfurt offices, supporting over 14,000 authors. The Frankfurt office houses the editorial departments of most of C.H. Beck's law journals.[1]

Verlag C. H. Beck
Founded1763
FounderCarl Gottlob Beck
Country of originGermany
Publication typesBooks, Journals
ImprintsNomos
Official websitewww.beck.de

The company was established in 1763.[2] Historically its headquarters were in Nördlingen.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Beck International." Publishers C.H. Beck. Retrieved on 1 November 2013. "Verlag C.H.BECK oHG Wilhelmstrasse 9 D - 80801 Munich, Germany"
  2. ^ About Publishers C.H.BECK Munich, beck.de. Retrieved 17 May 2019.

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