Two New Reports With Data on Over 70 Publishing Markets Around the World Released Today by World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and International Publishers Association (IPA)
From an IPA Post:
At the Guadalajara International Book Fair, two new reports have been published which provide data on over 70 publishing markets around the world: the Global Publishing Industry 2022 by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), and International Publishing Data 2023 by the International Publishers Association (IPA) and Nielsen BookData. Together they represent the most comprehensive overview of the international book market available today.
The Global Publishing Industry 2022 covers 35 countries through 5 different sources: (a) a publishing industry survey, (b) a legal deposits survey, (c) Nielsen BookScan data, (d) the International Standard Book Number (ISBN) Agency and (e) the IPA and Nielsen BookData report. Data was gathered with support from publishers’ associations, the Federation of European Publishers, the Centro Regional para el Fomento del Libro en América Latina y el Caribe (CERLALC), the International ISBN Agency and Nielsen BookData. This is the 5thedition of the report since WIPO and the IPA started working together on publishing sector data in 2017.
International Publishing Data 2023 covers the 76 countries where IPA had members at the beginning of 2023. Based on a combination of member surveys and desk research it provides data on:
- Numbers of publishers and ISBN registration data
- Demographics and literacy rates
- Mobile and internet connectivity
- Education systems
- Book related policy areas
- Taxation data
Access to Both Reports Here
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