Hosted on the Project Euclid platform, the collection includes 30 high-impact, peer-reviewed titles in theoretical and applied mathematics and statistics. New to the collection this year is the Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences.
Beginning in 2012, domestic pricing will be based on the 2010 Carnegie Classifications and a new international pricing model based on World Bank Development Income Group Indicators will be introduced.
"Although the economy has started to improve, many libraries are still facing significant budget cuts in 2012," says Mira Waller, Project Euclid Manager. “We recognize that these anticipated cuts are on top of continued annual reductions, so I am pleased to announce that the Euclid Prime prices will see no increase in 2012."
For more information about pricing and titles for the Euclid Prime collection, please visit dukeupress.edu/library/euclidprime or contact Journals Customer Service at email@example.com.
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