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Learned Publishing is the journal of the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers, published in collaboration with the Society for Scholarly Publishing. The journal is published quarterly in January/April/July/October.

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Publisher: Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers

Volume 12, Number 2, 1 April 1999

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Journal publishing: current issues
pp. 93-96(4)
Author: Watkinson, Anthony

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Opportunities, threats and myths in journals
pp. 97-105(9)
Author: Singleton, Alan

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What are databases and do they matter?
pp. 119-126(8)
Author: Kaye, Laurie

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Institute of Publishing
pp. 134-134(1)
Author: Thom, Rosie

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Copyright issues
pp. 135-136(2)
Author: Prinsley, Mark

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Journals Pricing
pp. 137-139(3)
Authors: Adler, Kraig; Olsen, Wally

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The EURO – will it effect me?
pp. 141-143(3)
Author: Campbell, Ruth E

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The IMPRIMATUR report
pp. 145-148(4)
Author: Dorner, Jane

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ALPSP Seminar report
pp. 149-151(3)

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Reviews of recent events
pp. 153-161(9)

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Diary Dates
pp. 164-165(2)

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