Polirom

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Polirom or Editura Polirom ("Polirom" Publishing House) is a Romanian publishing house with a tradition of publishing classics of international literature and also various titles in the fields of social sciences, such as psychology, sociology and anthropology. The company was founded in February 1995. The first title published by Polirom was "For Europe". In 2008, the company published 700 new titles, in a range of over 70 collections ranging from self-help to modern classics such as Robert Musil's The Man Without Qualities and from text books to "chick-lit".[1]

Polirom claims to be Romania's most profitable publisher as well as the publisher with the highest turn-over. It now has four major offices in Romania, including Bucharest.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Frankfurt Book Fair interview with Bogdan Alexandru Stanescu, programme manager at Polirom in Bucharest, accessed 2 January 2010

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