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An Australian Perspective on the Future of Book Publishing

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This paper is based on a report prepared for the Federal Government’s Book Industry Strategy (BISG) group in Australia in 2011 on the future of the book industry supply chain. Nine across-industry workshops identified two key influences changing the external environment in which the Australian book chain operates: globalization and the changing format of the book. Stakeholder outputs were interpreted to create a set of four scenarios for the future of the Australian Book Industry. The strategic concerns were raised by stakeholders, and the implications of the resulting scenarios were then considered under four key themes: culture, consumers, copyright, and competitiveness.


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