E-book Market Analysis - Economics - Kindle Ebook Market Analysis - June 2020

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Demand & supply analysis


Economics sub-categories vs. all Amazon sub-categories

Commercial Policy has more opportunity than 70% of all Amazon categories based on Monthly Sales / Number of Titles.
Inflation has more opportunity than 60% of all Amazon categories.
Interest has more opportunity than 50% of all Amazon categories.
Comparative has more opportunity than 50% of all Amazon categories.
Free Enterprise has more opportunity than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Public Finance has more opportunity than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Microeconomics has more opportunity than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Statistics has little opportunity (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Economic History has little opportunity (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Money & Monetary Policy has little opportunity (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Theory has little opportunity (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Labor & Industrial Relations has little opportunity (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Economic Conditions has little opportunity (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Macroeconomics has little opportunity (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Urban & Regional has little opportunity (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Econometrics has little opportunity (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Economic Policy & Development has little opportunity (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Sustainable Development has little opportunity (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Development & Growth has little opportunity (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Commerce has little opportunity (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Environmental Economics has little opportunity (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).


Economics sub-categories vs. each other

The chart below shows the opportunity of all Economics sub-categories relative to each other. The sub-category with the most opportunity in Economics is Commercial Policy.


Business & Money : Economics ebooks - Market Opportunity by Sub-category 06/2020

Business & Money : Economics ebooks - Number of Book Titles by Sub-category 06/2020


Publishing activity analysis

Economics sub-categories vs. all Amazon sub-categories

Economic Policy & Development has more titles, that were recently published, than 90% of all Amazon categories.
Development & Growth has more titles, that were recently published, than 90% of all Amazon categories.
Money & Monetary Policy has more titles, that were recently published, than 80% of all Amazon categories.
Commerce has more titles, that were recently published, than 80% of all Amazon categories.
Economic History has more titles, that were recently published, than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Sustainable Development has more titles, that were recently published, than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Economic Conditions has more titles, that were recently published, than 60% of all Amazon categories.
Macroeconomics has more titles, that were recently published, than 50% of all Amazon categories.
Labor & Industrial Relations has more titles, that were recently published, than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Theory has more titles, that were recently published, than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Inflation has more titles, that were recently published, than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Urban & Regional has more titles, that were recently published, than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Interest has more titles, that were recently published, than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Public Finance has more titles, that were recently published, than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Environmental Economics has more titles, that were recently published, than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Econometrics has more titles, that were recently published, than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Free Enterprise has more titles, that were recently published, than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Commercial Policy has more titles, that were recently published, than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Microeconomics has only a few recently-published titles (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Statistics has only a few recently-published titles (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).
Comparative has only a few recently-published titles (bottom 25% of all Amazon categories).


Economics sub-categories vs. each other

The chart below shows the number of recently-published titles of all Economics sub-categories relative to each other. The category with the most new titles in Economics is Economic Policy & Development.


Business & Money : Economics ebooks - Publishing Activity by Sub-category 06/2020

Business & Money : Economics ebooks - Book Title Age (days) Average by Sub-category 06/2020


Review difficulty analysis

Economics sub-categories vs. all Amazon sub-categories

Interest titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 95% of all Amazon categories.
Microeconomics titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 95% of all Amazon categories.
Money & Monetary Policy titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 95% of all Amazon categories.
Econometrics titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 90% of all Amazon categories.
Comparative titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 80% of all Amazon categories.
Statistics titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 80% of all Amazon categories.
Theory titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Labor & Industrial Relations titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Commercial Policy titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Free Enterprise titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Economic Conditions titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Economic Policy & Development titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Economic History titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 60% of all Amazon categories.
Environmental Economics titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 50% of all Amazon categories.
Inflation titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 50% of all Amazon categories.
Development & Growth titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 50% of all Amazon categories.
Macroeconomics titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Urban & Regional titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Public Finance titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Sustainable Development titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Commerce titles receive more reviews (per sale) than 25% of all Amazon categories.


Economics sub-categories vs. each other

The chart below shows total reviews / monthly sales for Economics sub-categories relative to each other. The category with the most reviews (per sale) in Economics is Interest.


Business & Money : Economics ebooks - Review Difficulty by Sub-category 06/2020

Business & Money : Economics ebooks - Review Rating Average by Sub-category 06/2020


Page count analysis

Economics sub-categories vs. all Amazon sub-categories

Urban & Regional titles have a lower page count than 90% of all Amazon categories.
Environmental Economics titles have a lower page count than 90% of all Amazon categories.
Statistics titles have a lower page count than 90% of all Amazon categories.
Economic History titles have a lower page count than 90% of all Amazon categories.
Development & Growth titles have a lower page count than 80% of all Amazon categories.
Microeconomics titles have a lower page count than 80% of all Amazon categories.
Theory titles have a lower page count than 80% of all Amazon categories.
Econometrics titles have a lower page count than 80% of all Amazon categories.
Interest titles have a lower page count than 80% of all Amazon categories.
Comparative titles have a lower page count than 80% of all Amazon categories.
Macroeconomics titles have a lower page count than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Economic Conditions titles have a lower page count than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Money & Monetary Policy titles have a lower page count than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Labor & Industrial Relations titles have a lower page count than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Public Finance titles have a lower page count than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Free Enterprise titles have a lower page count than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Economic Policy & Development titles have a lower page count than 70% of all Amazon categories.
Sustainable Development titles have a lower page count than 50% of all Amazon categories.
Commercial Policy titles have a lower page count than 25% of all Amazon categories.
Commerce have a high page-count (top 25% of all Amazon categories).
Inflation have a high page-count (top 25% of all Amazon categories).


Economics sub-categories vs. each other

The chart below shows the average page count of Economics sub-categories relative to each other. The category with the least pages in Economics is Urban & Regional.


Business & Money : Economics ebooks - Print Length (Page Count) by Sub-category 06/2020

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