Blackwell's Scott Hamilton on the opportunity that the recent government White Paper on education provides for academic booksellers and publishers.
Goldsmiths Press director Sarah Kember argues that Open Access in the academy may not be the universal good many claim.
After closing his campus academic bookselling operation late last year, Ron Johns reflects on the physical market for textbooks.
One of the most exciting things about being in publishing is how much change the industry enjoys (or endures) as we attempt to keep pace... Read more
Despite some gloomy predictions, the academic book remains in good health. Most academics in the humanities and social sciences are committed to it as essential... Read more
Such is the impact of the austerity cuts, particularly on public and school libraries, that it can take a while to find someone in the... Read more
The last few weeks have seen the spotlight fall uncharacteristically on the world of university presses. First, the Guardian published a tense mano-a-mano battle... Read more
Oh dear, here we go again. Minister, backed by expert, wins over-excited headlines in right-of-centre newspapers alleging that British education publishers are producing below standard... Read more
Print sales in the schools sector are at an all-time high, but bookselling is not without its challenges in such a buoyant market. ... Read more
Academic publisher John Wiley has reported an increase in revenue in both its fourth quarter 2018 and whole fiscal year reports, driven by strong operational... Read more