National Book Policy: A Guide for Users in the Field, Issue 277
Today more than 860 million adults are illiterate and more than 100 million children have no access to schools. From this perspective, the global need for books and their promotion is enormous. This publication, which promotes the need for a coherent pol
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activities adjective of nationality administrative Article aspect of book ASPECTS OF TEXTBOOK assessment authors Bellagio bibliographic body book development policy book industry BOOK POLICY STRATEGY book production book sector book trade books and reading books printed bookshops COMPONENTS OF BOOK customs decision-making developing countries dialogue DIFFERENT COMPONENTS economic educational and cultural ensure establishment evaluation strategies export books functional illiteracy graphic arts graphic services implementing important interests International Standard Book involved ISBN Latin American legal deposit legislation librarians library networks literary creation mass media measures MODEL BOOK LAW National Book Council national book development national book policy National Library neighbouring rights organized preferential printed or published printers printing and book private sector problems promote reading public and private published in country publishing sector raw materials reading habit representatives role school textbooks situation SPECIALIST VIS-A-VIS SPECIFIC ASPECTS Tax incentives TEXTBOOK PRODUCTION POLICY UNESCO