Global Social Sciences & Humanities Publishing 2023-2027
Industry Reports, Global
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Social science and humanities publishing (SSH) includes upper-level student and professional-level content in electronic and print media forms. This report addresses five product formats: books, journals, online content, abstracting and indexing services (A&I), and other activities.
The total market for Social Sciences and Humanities publishing is sized at $4.49 billion in revenue in 2022, up 0.8% above revenue of $4.46 billion in 2021 as major competitors recovered from a short-term decline during 2020 to 2021.
Top SSH publishers include: Taylor & Francis, Elsevier, Clarivate/ProQuest and EBSCO.