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Publishing Business

The Business of Publishing American Novels

Seven Commerce and Jewish Culture The Business of Hebrew Publishing

The Risky Business of French Feminism: Publishing, Politics and Artistry

Publishing Business in Eighteenth-Century England. By James Raven.

Steam Powered Knowledge: William Chambers and the Business of Publishing 1820–1860. By Aileen Fyfe

Review: British Book Publishing as a Business since the 1960s: Selected Essays

Jennifer L. Sweatman. The Risky Business of French Feminism: Publishing, Politics, and Artistry.

DOUGLAS, Susan Margaret (born 1957), media consultant, since 2009; Co-founder, Phoenix Newspaper Publishing Ltd, 2012; New Business Director, The Tab, since 2015

Trajectories of Internationalization: Knowledge and National Business Styles in the Making of Two Dutch Publishing Multinationals, 1950–1990

Sex Work: A Risky Business. By Teela Sanders (Devon: Willan Publishing, 2005, 212pp. £40.00 hb, £18.99 pb)

James Hoopes. False Prophets: The Gurus Who Created Modern Management and Why Their Ideas Are Bad for Business Today. Cambridge, Mass.: Perseus Publishing. 2003. Pp. xxxii, 320. $27.50

American Literary Publishing in the Mid-Nineteenth Century: The Business of Ticknor and Fields. By Michael Winship. (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995. xvi, 244 pp. $59.95, ISBN 0-521-45469-7.)

James Hoopes. False Prophets: The Gurus Who Created Modern Management and Why Their Ideas Are Bad for Business Today. Cambridge, Mass.: Perseus Publishing, 2003. xxxii + 320 pp. ISBN 0-7382-0798-5, $27.50 (cloth).

Frank P. Jozsa, Jr. Sports Capitalism: The Foreign Business of American Professional Leagues. Aldershot, Hants, U.K., and Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2004. xiv + 316 pp. ISBN 0-7546-4185-6, $99.95 (cloth).

 

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The growth of publishing in this country has been steady, though the industry has remained until recently a small one. The first American press was established in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in ...

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