Immigration and entrepreneurship: the case of the publishing industry

Immigrant publishers: the impact of expatriate publishers in Britain and America in the 20th century (Transaction, 2009) comprises article written for the publishing journal. Logos, to which has been added some fresh supplementary material. The expatriates studied, nearly all of

Immigration and entrepreneurship: the case of the publishing industry

Immigrant publishers: the impact of expatriate publishers in Britain and America in the 20th century (Transaction, 2009) comprises article written for the publishing journal. Logos, to which has been added some fresh supplementary material. The expatriates studied, nearly all of

Appreciation of print: Angus Phillips, and the evolution of the book, revisited

Recently I posted a review (‘Turning the page’ 28 July 2015‘) of Turning the page (Routledge) by Angus Phillips. The book was published in 2014. Presumably the writing was done c. 2012-13. Book publishing doesn’t change as fast as some

Appreciation of print: Angus Phillips, and the evolution of the book, revisited

Recently I posted a review (‘Turning the page’ 28 July 2015‘) of Turning the page (Routledge) by Angus Phillips. The book was published in 2014. Presumably the writing was done c. 2012-13. Book publishing doesn’t change as fast as some

Turning the page: review of Angus Phillips on the evolution of the book

Angus Phillips, Director of the Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies, knows a thing or two about books. His publications include The future of the book in the digital age, co-edited with Bill Cope (Chandos, 2006), and Inside book publishing

Turning the page: review of Angus Phillips on the evolution of the book

Angus Phillips, Director of the Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies, knows a thing or two about books. His publications include The future of the book in the digital age, co-edited with Bill Cope (Chandos, 2006), and Inside book publishing

The Publishing Business: a review

The publishing business: from p-books to e-books by Kelvin Smith (AVA, 2012) is an introductory textbook aimed primarily at students on Publishing Studies courses. Though the book is international in scope, the implied reader is I thinkĀ UK-based. The book is

The Publishing Business: a review

The publishing business: from p-books to e-books by Kelvin Smith (AVA, 2012) is an introductory textbook aimed primarily at students on Publishing Studies courses. Though the book is international in scope, the implied reader is I thinkĀ UK-based. The book is

Recovery in printing: the new Biddles

Anthony Haynes writes: Last year I wrote a post about the demise of an East Anglian book printing company, namely Biddles (see ‘Lessons from a printer’s demise‘, 4 June 2013). Since then, Companies House (the registrar for companies in England

Recovery in printing: the new Biddles

Anthony Haynes writes: Last year I wrote a post about the demise of an East Anglian book printing company, namely Biddles (see ‘Lessons from a printer’s demise‘, 4 June 2013). Since then, Companies House (the registrar for companies in England

Effective content marketing: the example of Headley Brothers

I worked in publishing for many years without knowing anything about Headley Brothers. That is not surprising: I work in book publishing, they major in printing magazines. Yet now I know quite a bit about the company — and feel

Effective content marketing: the example of Headley Brothers

I worked in publishing for many years without knowing anything about Headley Brothers. That is not surprising: I work in book publishing, they major in printing magazines. Yet now I know quite a bit about the company — and feel

Cambridge Publishing Society: Brian Webb

David Williams writes: The next speaker at the Cambridge Publishing Society (CAMPUS) is Brian Webb, who is certainly one of the UK’s premier graphic designers, with a special affinity for the book. You might have seen Brian’s superb series of

Cambridge Publishing Society: Brian Webb

David Williams writes: The next speaker at the Cambridge Publishing Society (CAMPUS) is Brian Webb, who is certainly one of the UK’s premier graphic designers, with a special affinity for the book. You might have seen Brian’s superb series of