Author: Taraporevala, Russi Jal; Format: Book; xvi, 242 p. 22 c. Request this item to view in the Library's reading rooms using your library card. To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video.
Author: Taraporevala, Russi Jal; Format: Book; xvi, 242 p.
Book industries and trade, Competition, History. Includes bibliographical references.
Book Description Pitman Publishing, 1973.
Published by Pitman Publishing (1973). ISBN 10: 0273001442 ISBN 13: 9780273001447.
Despite its large membership and popular success the Book Club was always a huge financial drain on the publisher, and . a b c Russi Jal Taraporevala (1973), Competition and its control in the British book trade, 1850–1939, London: Pitman, p. 236, ISBN 9780273001447.
Despite its large membership and popular success the Book Club was always a huge financial drain on the publisher, and the advent of paper rationing at the onset of the war meant that the club was restricted to just one monthly title. "Other Special Collections", Dunedin Public Libraries. A. J. P. Taylor, English History: 1914–1945 (1965) p. 397.
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R. Taraporevala The Journal of Business The University of Chicago Press 0021--5374 1. 086/295751.
The history of trade unions in the United Kingdom covers British trade union organisation, activity, ideas, politics, and impact, from the early 19th century to the present. Unions in Britain were subject to often severe repression until 1824, but were already widespread in cities such as London. Trade unions were legalised in 1824, when growing numbers of factory workers joined these associations in their efforts to achieve better wages and working conditions.
The history of English book-selling is rooted in the eighteenth century. 11 Taraporevala, Competition and its Control, pp. 21-26. Many members of the book trade moaned the fall in profit margins and argued that it was no longer possible to make an adequate income. This argument has been cited by many historians to show the horrors of unrestricted competition. 28-29; Thomas Joy, The Truth About Bookselling (London, 1964), p. 20. 12 Taraporevala, Competition and its Control, p. 27. 13 Ibid.