Trends in bibliographic publishing in the United Kingdom, 1974–78

Peter J. Taylor (Aslib Research and Consultancy Division)

Aslib Proceedings

ISSN: 0001-253X

Publication date: 1 November 1980


‘The value of bibliography has only been noticeably increased to the extent that the needs of the times call more pressingly than ever before for rearrangement of the economics of intellectual work. The final result is that the method of doing bibliographic work must be regulated so that the simplest possible methods will be applied most suitably, and so that nothing will be done that is not absolutely essential—this is in order that the essential work may be accomplished.’


Taylor, P.J. (1980), "Trends in bibliographic publishing in the United Kingdom, 1974–78", Aslib Proceedings, Vol. 32 No. 11, pp. 444-458.

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