Half full or half empty? eBooks, the incomplete revolution

Alan Jarvis
Global Director, Social Science Books, Routledge
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Factors in academic publishing in the humanities and social sciences, eBooks have failed to have the impact on book publishing that ejournals have had on journals. This presentation emphasises how relative diversity within books (in terms of both content and audience) has slowed the progress of ebooks, and looks at prospects for the future.

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