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Unfortunately, this negative trend continued throughout the analysed period. It has been found that 49 publishers were active in , compared to 55 in the study.
Noticeably, the non-commercial publishers take the lead Bulaja naklada and Digitalne knjige , while commercial publishers, with the exception of Znanje, are closer to the bottom of the list. What is even more instructive, non-commercials do not publish their own content — they either participate as key partners in large-scale projects Bulaja naklada and eLektire or aim to freely distribute copyright-free materials Impero digitalne knjige, DPKM.
Figure 6 suggests that the majority of active players in the digital market arena tend to distribute their titles across three or even four platforms. Considering the relatively low number of available titles, the average e-book price of The e-book business in Croatia, although small in scale, has been shaped during the last decade.
A number of elements indicate the key role of non-commercial publishing in developing the Croatian e-book scene. Early projects and initiatives started mainly with the intention to digitize elements of Croatian culture like literary works and obligatory school readings by making them available in electronic format for free.
The emergence of commercial e-book market dates back to , when telecom platforms Planet9 and TookBook were launched. In conclusion, considering the small language market and the reluctant publishing industry, e-books are still a small and new niche to be considered more of a perspective for future developments than a present reality.
References Bulaja naklada. Accessed February 14, Accessed November 14, Greenfield, J. The average e-book price is 6. The most expensive e-book costs The Baltic countries: differences and similarities Number of unique e-book titles on sale Figure 7: Number of e-book titles on sale in Baltic countries 1 July - 1 September The number of e-books on sale showed differences among the three countries of the Baltic market see Figure 7.
Estonia has the highest number of e-book titles available, and the most competitive retail climate.
Latvia has only one retailer also the biggest publisher in Latvia selling only their own e-books. So it is difficult to say if Latvia actually has an e-book market.
Lithuania is somewhere in the middle. The smallest Baltic country, Estonia, has more e-books available than both Latvia and Lithuania.
It is interesting to compare these numbers with the average reading time. Statistically, an Estonian citizen reads books 39 minutes per day, a Latvian 28 minutes and a Lithuanian reads only 23 minutes per day Eurostat There might be a correlation between the fact that Estonia has the largest e-book market among the Baltic countries and the longest average reading time.
Although Latvians read a little bit more than Lithuanians, they have a very small number of e-books, even compared to Lithuania. Maybe there is a connection between the economic situation in the country and the number of e-books available? Latvia was heavily affected by the crisis of Estonia survived the crisis quite well. But after all — the choice of e-books in Estonia is also very small, especially considering that traditional Estonian bookstores typically feature between 10 and 15 thousand printed books.
But if we take different average wages into account data from the first half of shows the average wages before taxes in Estonia were EUR, in Latvia — , in Lithuania in Baltic countries the average citizen of Estonia can download , a Latvian and a Lithuanian e-books. The number of e-books available according to income is very similar among the three countries, but e-books are slightly more affordable to Lithuanians.
The most popular e-book format is EPUB 2. Some publishers are still using the PDF format. The MOBI format is used only by skaitykle. Comparison: printed vs.
Despite the population decline in Baltic countries from nearly 8 million people in to less than 6. There is an obvious decline in the number of printed books published after peak of the financial crisis.
The e-book publishing started to emerge around the same time taking into account only downloadable e-books, but not transportable media, like CDs and DVDs.
The printed book publishing in Lithuania and Estonia started to recover in , but there are still no noticeable signs of recovery in Latvia.
More printed books are published in Estonia than in Lithuania, while the situation was opposite before the crisis. Figure 9: Publishing dynamics in Baltic countries There are also problems with e-book publishing statistics, mainly in Lithuania.
Namely, published e-books are not listed in the Lithuanian National Bibliographic Database libis. E-book publishers Figure Largest e-book publishers in Baltic countries with or more titles, Figure 10 shows the biggest e-book publishers with more than titles by 1 September in the Baltic states.
Although Latvia has the smallest number of e-book titles in the market, Latvian publisher Zvaigzne ABC is the biggest e-book publisher in the Baltic market about titles. Two Lithuanian publishers are following with a big lag — Eridanas and Alma Littera The list is concluded by Estonian publishers Hea Lugu and Kultuurileht