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Britain releases more per head than any other nation, reports show | Bücher
British publishing houses published more than 20 new publications per hour during 2014, which means that the UK published more per capita than anywhere else in the state. A new International publishers Association (IPA) survey shows that in 2013 British publishing houses published 184,000 new and updated publications.
With over 1,000 shares, this corresponds to 2,875 shares per million population, ahead of Taiwan and Slovenia (1,831). The Australian share is significantly lower at 1,176, while the US only published 959 shares per million population. According to the IPA, the information was collected from a mixture of numbers from publishers' organisations, albums and agency ISBNs and does not include self-published publications.
For the purpose of its survey, the organization took into account 40 different markets for which it was able to "achieve a relatively dependable value either for the entire book or for the publishers' net revenues". Figures for the UK are taken from the Nielsen Book retail monitoring system, which registered the number of new and updated publications in the UK at around 184,000 in 2013, 60,000 of which were digitised.
Curtis Brown's lead frahling Jonny Geller described the character as "either a symbol of culturally vital or a suicide". "Of course it's totally crazy to have so many published titles if the ordinary man read between one and five a year, but would you like 184,000 new shoe stamps or senseless luxuries?
Jamie Byng was also affected by the statistics of the Canongate publishing house. "I think we are publishing too many titles, including Canongate, and I think that has a negative effect on how well we are publishing as a bookstore. It' very simple to buy a book. It is much more difficult to successfully release them.
"For the liveliness of the arts, literature is indispensable, and when editors come up with more ideas, they must believe that votes deserve to be listened to, even if not all of these votes reach the consumer," Philipps said. The UK is the third largest publishing house in the hemisphere in total and the highest in Europe, according to the IPA, with 184,000 publications behind the 444,000 in China - 325 per million population - and 304,912 in the USA (in small Iceland, which was not part of the list, around 1,000 new publications are published each year in a country that is only used by 320,000 people).
As the UK Publishers' Association pointed out, "the UK also has the world's best exports performing, with over ?1.5 billion in 2013, as against ?1 billion for the US and ?331 million for Spain". Publishers Association Chairman Richard Mollet described it as a "world-leading achievement", and added that "in addition to the benefits of the UK and the UK's creative, innovative and historical strengths have a role to play³d.