Textbook markets

Predation

Full container-loads of books inundating the market, books produced in another cultural setting given away free to readers or public libraries, the setup of local branches by publishing groups from abroad aiming to achieve monopoly conditions… Drawing on some examples of practices with damaging consequences to the publishing market in developing countries, Étienne Galliand (founder of the International Alliance of Independent Publishers) draws up an overview of the predation to which emerging markets are subjected directly or indirectly. An edifying panorama.

As a complement to this article, you can consult the Guidelines for Fair Publishing Partnerships.

Publishing in Côte d’Ivoire : a study of the educational sector subjected to offers to tender

Further to an extensive in-the-field investigation, Stéphane Marill has produced this remarkable, well-documented analysis of « Publishing in Côte d’Ivoire : a study of the educational sector subjected to offers to tender ». This comprehensive overview comprises an all-new step-by-step guide, for publishers wishing to bid in an offer to tender in educational publishing (read also this article).

How to respond to a call for tenders in the school textbook industry ?

Through a step-by-step approach, with examples and a pedagogical method, Stéphane Marill gives a precious “vade mecum” for any publisher willing to respond to a call for tenders in the school textbook industry.

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