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Books published per country per year

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) monitors both the number and type of books published per country per year as an important index of standard of living and education, and of a country's self-awareness.[1]

Contents

  • List of countries 1
  • References 2
  • External links 3
  • Further reading 4

List of countries

In descending order of number of new titles per year, as of the latest year available, sometimes "new titles and editions":

  1.  China (2013) 440,000 (new titles and re-editions) [2]
  2.  United States (2013) 304,912 (new titles and re-editions) [2]
  3.  United Kingdom (2011) 184,000 (new and revised) [3]
  4.  Russian Federation (2013) 101,981 (120,512 total) [4]
  5.  India (2013) 90,000 (total :revised editions not included; 26% in Hindi, 24% in English, and the rest in other Indian languages) [5]
  6.  Japan (2013) 82,589 (new) [6]
  7.  Germany (2011) 82,048 (new) [3]
  8.  Italy (2013) 61,966 (new) [7]
  9.  South Korea (2014) 47,589 (new) [8]
  10.  Spain (2011) 44,000 [3] (74,244 total[9])
  11.  Turkey (2011) 43,100 (total) [10]
  12.  France (2011) 41,902 (new) [3]
  13.  Iran (2012; 01Jan12-15Oct12) 28,322 (53,958 total) [11]
  14.  Australia (2014) 28,234 [12]
  15.  Taiwan (2010) 28,084 (43,258 total) [13]
  16.  Argentina (2014) 28,010 (new) [14]
  17.  Vietnam (2009) 24,589 [15]
  18.  Indonesia (2009) 24,000+ [15]
  19.  Brazil (2012) 20,792 (57,473 total) [16]
  20.  Canada (1996) 19,900 [17]
  21.  Czech Republic (2011) 18,985 [18]
  22.  Malaysia (2011) 17,923 [19]
  23.  Romania (2008) 14,984 [20]
  24.  Ukraine (2004) 14,790 [21]
  25.  Hong Kong (2005) 14,603 [22]
  26.  Belgium (1991) 13,913 [23]
  27.  Finland (2006) 13,656 [24]
  28.  Thailand (2009) 13,607 [15]
  29.  Poland (2012) 13,410 (27,060 total) [25]
  30.  Belarus (2009) 12,885 [26]
  31.  Denmark (1996) 12,352 [23]
  32.  Colombia (2010) 12,334 (13,294 total) [27]
  33.   Switzerland (2001) 12,156 [28]
  34.  Singapore (2007) 12,000+ [29]
  35.  Hungary (2012) 11,645 [30]
  36.  Netherlands (2010) 11,500 [31]
  37.  Slovakia (2006) 9,400 [32]
  38.  Egypt (2000) 9,022 [33]
  39.  Israel (2013) 8,411 [34]
  40.  Austria (1996) 8,056 [23]
  41.  Portugal (1996) 7,868 [23]
  42.  Mexico (2012) 7,521 (23,948 total)[35]
  43.  Greece (2002) 6,826 [36]
  44.  Chile (2012) 5,641 (6,045 total) [37]
  45.  South Africa (1995) 5,418 [38]
  46.  Sri Lanka (1996) 4,115 [39]
  47.  Peru (2006) 4,101 [40]
  48.  Sweden (2010) 4,074 (30,857 total)[41]
  49.  Saudi Arabia (1996) 3,900 [39]
  50.  Pakistan (2012) 3,811 (total; 2,943 in Urdu and 868 in English and European languages)[42]
  51.  Lebanon (2005) 3,686 [43]
  52.  Myanmar (1993) 3,660 [39]
  53.  New Zealand (2003) 3,600 [44]
  54.  Ecuador (2010) 2,854 (4,164 total) [45]
  55.  Afghanistan (1990) 2,795 [39]
  56.  Venezuela (2003) 2,061 [28]
  57.  Luxembourg (2001) 2,000 [28]
  58.  Latvia (1996) 1,965 [23]
  59.  Iceland (2007) 1,533 [46]
  60.  Philippines (1996) 1,507 [39]
  61.  Cuba (2003) 1,488 [28]
  62.  Costa Rica (2003) 1,315 [28]
  63.  Nigeria (1991) 1,314 [38]
  64.  Kazakhstan (1996) 1,226 [39]
  65.  Syria (2004) 1,138 [47]
  66.  Uzbekistan (1996) 1,003 [39]
  67.  Cyprus (1996) 930 [39]
  68.  Morocco (1996) 918 [38]
  69.  Tunisia (1996) 720 [38]
  70.  Dominican Republic (2003) 705 [28]
  71.  Algeria (1996) 670 [38]
  72.  Uruguay (2003) 605 [28]
  73.  Bolivia (2003) 584 [28]
  74.   [39]
  75.  Azerbaijan (1996) 542 [39]
  76.  Jordan (1996) 511 [39]
  77.  Panama (2003) 506 [28]
  78.  Turkmenistan (1994) 450 [39]
  79.  Guatemala (2003) 446 [28]
  80.  Kyrgyzstan (1998) 420 [39]
  81.  Malta (1995) 404 [23]
  82.  Fiji (1994) 401 [48]
  83.  Armenia (1996) 396 [39]
  84.  Paraguay (2003) 390 [28]
  85.  Albania (1991) 381 [23]
  86.  Nicaragua (2003) 306 [28]
  87.  Kenya (1994) 300 [38]
  88.  United Arab Emirates (1993) 293 [39]
  89.  Honduras (2003) 290 [28]
  90.  Uganda (1996) 288 [38]
  91.  Mongolia (1992) 285 [39]
  92.  El Salvador (2003) 250 [28]
  93.  Ethiopia (1991) 240 [38]
  94.  Zimbabwe (1992) 232 [38]
  95.   Vatican City (1996) 228 [23]
  96.  Qatar (1996) 209 [39]
  97.  Kuwait (1992) 196 [39]
  98.  Tanzania (1990) 172 [38]
  99.  Botswana (1991) 158 [38]
  100.  Tajikistan (1996) 132 [39]
  101.  Papua New Guinea (1991) 122 [48]
  102.  Madagascar (1996) 119 [38]
  103.  Malawi (1996) 117 [38]
  104.  Palestine (1996) 114 [39]
  105.  Namibia (1990) 106 [38]
  106.  Eritrea (1993) 106 [38]
  107.  Brunei Darussalam (2009) 91 [15]
  108.  Laos (1995) 88 [39]
  109.  Benin (1994) 84 [38]
  110.  Mauritius (1996) 80 [38]
  111.  Réunion (1992) 69 [38]
  112.  Democratic Republic of the Congo (1992) 64 [38]
  113.  Andorra (1994) 57 [23]
  114.  Suriname (1996) 47 [17]
  115.  Guyana (1996) 42 [17]
  116.  Monaco (1990) 41 [23]
  117.  Bahrain (1996) 40 [39]
  118.  Ghana (1992) 28 [38]
  119.  Libya (1994) 26 [38]
  120.  Angola (1995) 22 [38]
  121.  Mali (1995) 14 [38]
  122.  Gambia (1996) 14 [38]
  123.  Burkina Faso (1996) 12 [38]
  124.  Oman (1996) 7 [39]

TOTAL: approximately 2,200,000

References

  1. ^ Wresch, William. Have and Have-Nots in the Information Age. Rutgers University Press, 1996, p. 39
  2. ^ a b [7]
  3. ^ a b c d EUROPEAN BOOK PUBLISHING STATISTICS
  4. ^ Federal Agency of Publishing and Mass Media [8], Book Publishing in Russia. (In Russian)
  5. ^ "Book Market in India" (PDF). 2013-11-30. Retrieved 2015-03-09. 
  6. ^ 出版年鑑 2014年版 (In Japanese)
  7. ^ Fabrizio Maria Arosio (15 January 2015). "Books production and reading in Italy" (PDF). Istat - National istitute of statistic. Retrieved 2015-01-31. 
  8. ^ "Korean publishers association official statistics". Kpa21.or.kr. Retrieved 2015-03-29.  (In Korean)
  9. ^ http://www.idescat.cat/pub/?id=aec&n=768&lang=en
  10. ^ [9]. Ministry of Culture and Tourism
  11. ^ Library of Congress Overseas Offices
  12. ^ Tim Coronel. "The Market Down Under". Thorpe-Bowker. Retrieved 2014-04-06. 
  13. ^ Government Information Office, Republic of China (Taiwan) [10], 2011 Publication Yearbook. (In English)
  14. ^ "Cámara Argentina del Libro - statistics 2014". Retrieved 2014-03-29. 
  15. ^ a b c d "ASEAN book publishers association report 2010" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-06-14. 
  16. ^ estadao.com.br
  17. ^ a b c UNESCO."Book production: number of titles by UDC classes". UNESCO Institute of Statistics. Archived from the original on 2004-03-28. 
  18. ^ "Statistical Yearbook of the Cezech Republic 2012" (PDF). http://www.czso.cz/. Czech Statistical Office. Retrieved 25 October 2014. 
  19. ^ "Malaysian Book Publishers Association - Country Report Malaysia 2011" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-06-14. 
  20. ^ Autori: Mirabela Tiron , Izabela Badarau (2009-12-04). "La fiecare miliard de euro din PIB, in Romania se publica 113 titluri noi de carti, la fel ca in Anglia | Ziarul Financiar". Zf.ro. Retrieved 2012-06-14. 
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  22. ^ "Hong Kong: Books & Periodicals". Abigraf.org.br. 2006-07-24. Retrieved 2012-06-14. 
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  25. ^ Polish Book Institute.
  26. ^ Belarusian Book Chamber, news section for 01/28/2010 . (In Belarusian)
  27. ^ "Cámara Colombiana del Libro -statistics 2010" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-06-14. 
  28. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "Producción Y Comercio Internacional Del Libro En Centro América" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-06-14. 
  29. ^ "SBPA - Publishing in Singapore" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-06-14. 
  30. ^ "Magyarország könyvtermelése". Retrieved 2013-04-04. 
  31. ^ Frankfurter Buchmesse report
  32. ^ [12], ČTK 29.07.2007 16:54, Slovak Newspaper Pravda
  33. ^ "the cultural industries in Egypt (2002)".  
  34. ^ The National Library of Israel.
  35. ^ "CANIEM statistics 2012" (PDF). Retrieved 2014-03-13. 
  36. ^ "Arab books and human development", Arab Studies Quarterly (ASQ), Spring, 2004, Eugene Rogan
  37. ^ "Cámara Chilena del Libro - statistics 2012" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-11-18. 
  38. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y UNESCO "Africa", Book production: number of titles by UDC classes, UNESCO Institute of Statistics
  39. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w Asia", Book production: number of titles by UDC classes""". UNESCO Institute of Statistics. Archived from the original on 2009-02-05. 
  40. ^ "Cámara Peruana del Libro - Compendio Estadistico Sobre El Libro En El Perú" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-06-14. 
  41. ^ "Svenska Förläggareföreningen - statistics 2010" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-06-14. 
  42. ^ THE PAKISTAN NATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 2012
  43. ^ Lebanon - Book Production Data
  44. ^ New Zealand gov publications
  45. ^ "Cámara Ecuatoriana del Libro - El Libro En El Ecuador" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-06-14. 
  46. ^ National and University Library of Iceland. Icelandic National Bibliography. "Statistical summary of material published in Iceland in the year 2007" Retrieved 1 January 2010.
  47. ^ Frankfurt Book Fair. "Information on the Syrian book market". Retrieved 12 April 2011. 
  48. ^ a b UNESCO "Oceania", Book production: number of titles by UDC classes, UNESCO Institute of Statistics

External links

  • IPA. "IPA Annual Report 2014", International Publishers Association, retrieved October 25, 2014
  • Alison Flood. "UK publishes more books per capita than any other country, report shows" The Guardian, retrieved October 25, 2014

Further reading

  • Wresch, William. Have and Have-Nots in the Information Age. Rutgers University Press, 1996. ISBN 0-8135-2370-2
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