Legal and business publishing is a fast moving market where a broad spectrum of publishers and content providers compete to deliver a dizzying array of products aimed at lawyers, accountants, tax professionals, economists, financial services professionals, students, and researchers. Our reports provide critical and hard-to-find data to help you track key market trends and competitive developments.
Without the support and leadership of the US, the global minimum tax is unlikely to happen. In 2021, the OECD led an agreement to create a uniform global corporate tax policy. The proposal generated support among 136 countries that represent about 90% of the global economy and was framed as two “pillars” of global tax reform that would culminate in a global minimum corporate tax of 15%. However, the US has passed several major tax legislation acts without incorporating this policy, making this global standard unlikely to pass.
This report provides an overview and financial outlook for the global professional e-book publishing market based on specific research and analysis of the leading competitors’ performance.
Simba’s Global Professional Publishing 2022-2026 market research report has found that that the total market for this category is valued at $74.7 billion for 2021, which represents a gain of 4.9% over 2020.
In 2021, the market for business information top competitors in the tax, accounting and business information publishing market generated a total of $28.9 billion, an increase of 10.5% from 2020, powered by strong growth from several key players, notably Garter, Intuit, Dow Jones and Xero.
This report forecasts to 2026 the global market for tax, accounting, and business publishing by type in nominal US dollars.
Global legal publishing, recently been driven by new AI, machine learning and other data focused technologies, tools, and product innovations grew during 2021, generating $12.5 billion in revenue, showing recovery from an extended period of lowered growth.
Gain fresh insights into the fast-growing market for global scholarly open access book publishing, based on extensive primary and secondary market research.
This report examines mobile technology in the context of its ability to deliver information to professionals and how that impacts companies that develop and sell information aimed at professionals.