Global STM Publishing 2010-2011

Dec 22, 2011
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In today’s global market, it’s more important than ever to understand the dynamics of STM publishing. Rely on Simba’s Global STM Publishing 2010-2011 to build your growth plan for this year and beyond.

This report provides an overview and financial outlook for the global scientific, technical and medical (STM) publishing markets based on specific research and analysis of the leading competitors’ performance through 2010. Simba has used the information it gathered through primary and secondary research to estimate company, market and individual delivery channel performance for 2011. This research was conducted in conjunction with a larger study of the overall market for professional publishing.

The overall market and each market segment is divided into six content delivery channels: books, journals, directories, online services (including abstracting and indexing), newsletters/looseleafs and other, a category that includes audio, video and CD-ROM information.

Scientific and technical publishing and medical publishing are covered in separate chapters within Global STM Publishing 2010-2011, which include:

  • Simba’s exclusive analysis of market size and structure
  • Perspective on which STM products and services customers want most
  • Revenue and market share rankings of leading publishers
  • Detailed profiles of 20 leading STM publishers worldwide
  • Simba’s exclusive projections for market growth and much more

Whether your focus is books, journals, online content or newsletters, you can trust Global STM Publishing 2010-2011 to provide the inside intelligence you need to evaluate growth potential, understand trends affecting the industry, and size up the competition in the dynamic markets for STM content worldwide. Examples of some of the trends covered include:

  • The demand for full-text resources
  • The transition of e-publishing
  • Library cost pressures
  • The use of social networking in STM fields
  • The outlook for pharmaceutical advertising
  • Impact of new information technology initiatives in health care

Global STM Publishing 2010-2011 is an essential tool for publishing executives, M&A advisors, market analysts, and industry consultants who need to understand the business strategies driving the professional publishing industry.

Simba’s Professional Publishing market figures are global in scope. It’s a global market. If you’re competing in one or all of these segments, the competition does not conform to lines on a map. This report, and the others in the series, is produced to help executives make decisions in this environment.

Simba has a knowledge base from almost 20 years worth of perspective on these markets. A static industry, it’s one that’s affected by rapid changes in technology, the economy, mergers, partnerships, public policy and library budgets, and requires daily attention to understand the trends and project the market’s direction. As the bedrock of its research collection, you can count on this attention to be paid by Simba Information’s team of analysts who set the industry standard on market intelligence for professional publishing.

Table of Contents
Methodology
Executive Summary


Chapter 1: Scientific and Technical Publishing
Introduction
Market Size
Journals
Online Services
Books
Newsletters/Looseleafs/Directories/
Other
Leading Scientific/Technical Publishers
Reed Elsevier
Thomson Reuters
John Wiley & Sons
Springer Science+Business Media
American Chemical Society
IHS
Holtzbrinck
Pearson
Informa
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Current Trends in Scientific/Technical Publishing
Library Budgets Shrink as Journal Prices Continue to Rise
E-Book Production Spikes for Most Publishers
Foreign Markets Emerge
Key Product Launches
New Social Networking Sites Launched
Mergers & Acquisitions


Table 1.1: Global Scientific & Technical Publishing Markets by Medium, 2009-2011P
Table 1.2: Global Scientific & Technical Publishing, Media Market Share, 2010
Table 1.3: Leading Scientific & Technical Publishers, 2009-2011P
Table 1.4: Median Expenditures, Association of Research Libraries, 1989-2009
Table 1.5: Key Merger & Acquisition Activity in Scientific and Technical Publishing, January 2010 - Decmeber 2010
Table 1.6: Key Merger & Acquisition Activity in Scientific and Technical Publishing, January 2011 - Decmeber 2011


Chapter 2: Medical Publishing
Introduction
Market Size
Journals
Books
Other
Online Services
Newsletters/Looseleafs/ Directories
Leading Medical Publishers
Reed Elsevier
Wolters Kluwer
Thomson Reuters
Springer Science+Business Media
John Wiley & Sons
Informa
UBM Medica
American Medical Association
Thieme
Hearst
Current Trends in Medical Publishing
EHR Stuck in the Weeds
Medical Publishing Goes Mobile
Journal Article Calls for Reforms
Mergers & Acquisitions in the Medical Publishing Market


Table 2.1: Global Medical Publishing Market by Medium, 2009-2011P
Table 2.2: Global Medical Publishing, Media Market Share, 2010
Table 2.3: Leading Medical Publishers, 2009-2011P
Table 2.4: Electronic Medical Products and Services
Table 2.5: Key Medical Publishing M&A Activity, January - December 2010
Table 2.6: Key Medical Publishing M&A Activity, January - December 2011


Company Profiles
American Chemical Society
American Medical Association
British Medical Association
EBSCO Publishing
Epocrates
Hearst Corp.
Holtzbrinck
IEEE
IHS
Informa plc
John Wiley & Sons Inc.
The McGraw-Hill Companies
Pearson plc
ProQuest
Reed Elsevier
Springer Science+Business Media
Thieme Publishing Group
Thomson Reuters
UBM Medica Ltd.
Wolters Kluwer

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