Collaboration between Publishing Studies and PASA

Collaboration between Publishing Studies and Publishers Association of South Africa (PASA)

 

Annual book industry survey conducted by Publishing Studies on behalf of Publishers Association of South Africa (PASA)

PASA is the largest publishing industry body in South Africa, which publishes an annually book publishing industry survey.

This survey provides information on the growth and development of the South African publishing industry. It is the most comprehensive survey available of the publishing industry in South Africa, providing information for planning and lobbying purposes since 2002. The data collected annually is invaluable for understanding the publishing industry in South Africa, especially as transformational shifts take place across the key publishing sectors – Education, Trade and Academic. This research is conducted on behalf of the Publishers Association of South Africa by the Department of Information Science’s independent research team”

The following surveys have been published since 2002:

  • 2010 Survey Broad Trends Analysis: Book Publishing Industry Annual Survey: Broad Trends over Three Years (2008-2010), (2011), by Beth le Roux, Willem Struik, Margaret Labuschagne
  • 2010 Publishing Industry Survey: Annual Book Publishing Industry Survey Report 2010), (November 2001), by Beth le Roux, Willem Struik, Margaret Labuschagne
  • 2009 Publishing Industry Survey: Annual Book Publishing Industry Survey Report 2009, (November 2011), by Beth Le Roux, Willem Struik, Margaret Labuschagne
  • 2007 Publishing Industry Survey: Annual Book Publishing Industry Survey Report 2007, (January 2009), by by Dr Francis Galloway, Dr Rudi MR Venter, Willem Struik
  • 2003 Publishing Industry Survey: PASA Snapshot Industry Survey 2003, (August 2005), by Dr Francis Galloway, Prof Theo Bothma, Ms Colette du Plessis, Mr Rudi MR Venter
  • 2002 Publishing Industry Survey: Report: PASA/SABA Snapshot Industry Survey 2002, (June 2004), by Dr Francis Galloway, Prof Theo Bothma, Lise-Ms Marie Greyling

 

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