Philip Jones shares his thoughts on the Publishers Association’s Publishing Yearbook 2019.
Frontier Economics' Andrew Leicester examines the mutually beneficial relationship between literature and adaptations.
Philip Jones addresses the Publishers Association's industry-wide action plan to tackle inclusivity, and why it is needed.
Last week I made a comment about the many hands working—often behind the scenes—to make the book business happen. Unleashing this talent, these many voices,... Read more
With David Cameron capable of forming a government free of the need to negotiate red lines in darkened rooms, what are the likely implications for... Read more
Several university presses have echoed concerns raised in a highly critical report commissioned by the Publishers Association into UK Research & Innovation's proposed new Open Access policy,... Read more
A proposed new Open Access (OA) policy from funding body UK Research & Innovation (UKRI) could see UK universities and journals take a huge financial hit, a... Read more
Representation of people from Black, Asian, and minority ethnic groups in the publishing industry has “stalled” at a static 13% for the past three years,... Read more
Publishers are twice as likely to be able to work from home in the wake of the pandemic, according to statistics from the Publishers Association's latest workforce survey.... Read more
The announcement today (24th December) that a deal for post-Brexit trade has been struck between the UK and the European Union has been welcomed by the PA.... Read more