Category Archives: capital

A theory of book publishing: synopsis

Anthony Haynes writes: Over the last few weeks I have published a theory of book publishing in the form of a series of blog posts. The post below collates those previous posts. Prologue When I set up the ‘Towards a theory of

A theory of book publishing: synopsis

Anthony Haynes writes: Over the last few weeks I have published a theory of book publishing in the form of a series of blog posts. The post below collates those previous posts. Prologue When I set up the ‘Towards a theory of

Investing in a publishing portfolio

A couple of years ago (‘Making money out of publishing?’, September 2013) I posted about developing a portfolio of shares in publishing and allied industries. I noted then that ‘it isn’t all that easy to build a balanced portfolio. Several

Investing in a publishing portfolio

A couple of years ago (‘Making money out of publishing?’, September 2013) I posted about developing a portfolio of shares in publishing and allied industries. I noted then that ‘it isn’t all that easy to build a balanced portfolio. Several

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

A student finance solution: human development funds

Financing higher education (HE) can be difficult. HE can provide students with a number of benefits, one of which may be enhanced earnings potential. But even where this is the case, the earnings follow later while the institutions demand payment

A student finance solution: human development funds

Financing higher education (HE) can be difficult. HE can provide students with a number of benefits, one of which may be enhanced earnings potential. But even where this is the case, the earnings follow later while the institutions demand payment