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No Price Increase for Euclid Prime in 2012

For immediate release
August 4, 2011
For more information, contact
Emma Boyer, Publicity Coordinator
eboyer@dukeupress.edu <mailto:eboyer@dukeupress.edu>

Pricing for the 2012 Euclid Prime collection is now available: 
pricing  for the collection has not increased from last year's 

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 

"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 

For more information about pricing and titles for the Euclid 
Prime  collection, please visit 
http://www.dukeupress.edu/library/euclidprime  or contact 
Journals Customer Service at euclidorders@dukeupress.edu 

Project Euclid is a joint venture of Cornell University Library 
and Duke  University Press.

Emma S. Boyer
Academic Exhibits&  Publicity Coordinator
Journals Marketing Department
Duke University Press
Box 90660
Durham, NC 27708-0660
Phone:  919.687.3636
Fax: 919.680.6078