Global Social Science and Humanities Publishing 2018-2022
In today’s global market, it’s more important than ever to understand the dynamics of academic publishing. Rely on Simba’s Global Social Sciences & Humanities Publishing 2018-2022 to build your growth plan for this year and beyond.
This report provides an overview and financial outlook for this important publishing segment based on specific research and analysis of the leading competitors’ performance through 2017 with market projections through 2022. Simba has used the information it gathered through primary and secondary research to estimate company, market, geographic and individual delivery channel performance for 2017. This research was conducted in conjunction with a larger study of the overall market for scholarly and professional publishing.
The overall market and each market segment are divided into four content delivery channels: books, journals, online services (including abstracting and indexing) and other activities.
Global Social Sciences & Humanities Publishing 2018-2022 contains separate chapters covering the market, key competitors, and trends and forecast that include:
- Simba’s exclusive analysis of market size and structure
- Revenue and market share rankings of 10 leading global publishers
- A discussion of other leading competitors that are important to a specific publishing activity or geographic market
- Insight into the market for non-English-language publishing in the social sciences and humanities
- Analysis of mergers and acquisitions
- Simba’s exclusive market projections to 2022 by publishing activity and more.
Examples of some of the trends covered include:
- The impact of open access in the social sciences and humanities
- Social science and humanities research funding and library budget trends
- The changing face of international SSH publishing
- The challenges facing researchers in social science fields, including the use of big data and issues around peer-review and discoverability.
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