By David P. Baker and Wendy Evans (Auth.)
This publication offers a better half quantity to electronic Library Economics and makes a speciality of the 'how to' of coping with electronic collections and prone (of every kind) with reference to their financing and fiscal administration. The emphasis is on case stories and useful examples drawn from a large choice of contexts. A guide of electronic Library Economics is a realistic guide for these concerned - or awaiting to be concerned - within the improvement and administration of electronic libraries.
- Provides sensible method of the subject
- Focuses at the demanding situations linked to the commercial and fiscal features of electronic developments
- Will be necessary to practitioners, and tutors and scholars in a large choice of situations
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Sustainable economics . . is not just about finding more funds. It is about building an economic activity firmly 13 A Handbook of Digital Library Economics rooted in a compelling value proposition, clear incentives to act, and well-defined . . , 2008). , 2008; Halpern, 2009), especially in the digital age (Aabo, 2005). Models Economic models have changed hugely over the last decade and the search by both librarians and publishers for ‘perfect’ economic and business models will continue apace.
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A Handbook of Digital Library Economics. Operations, Collections and Services by David P. Baker and Wendy Evans (Auth.)