Use, Impact, Price
- ISI Journal Citation Reports
Citation data drawn from over 8,400 scholarly and technical journals including specialties in the areas of science, technology, and the social sciences.
- Journal Price Effectiveness, by Preston McAfee and Ted Bergstrom.
A website that reports price per article and price per citation for about 5000 academic journals.
- Choosing Sides – Periodical Price Survey 2005, by Lee C. Van Orsdel and Kathleen Born, Library Journal, April 15, 2005.
- Big Chill on the Big Deal, Lee C. Van Orsdel and Kathleen Born, Library Journal, April 2003.
This article describes price increases by general subject area, as well as by place of publication for serials from 1999 to 2003. Tables also exist for the average cost of serials titles by discipline. These rates were used in projecting costs at UCB, and for allocating cuts to individual funds.
- Ulrich's Periodicals Directory
A database providing information on serials published throughout the world. It covers all subjects, and can be used to look up current journal prices for specific titles or to find titles by subject.
- U.S. Periodical Prices –2002, by Albee and Dingley. American Libraries, May 2001.
This article reports a 7.9% average increase in serials prices projected for 2002 based on publishers list prices of 3,919 titles in a variety of disciplines. Includes tables by subject category.
- The Rise and Rise of Journal Subscription Prices in African Studies, by Hans Zell, published in the Africana Libraries Newsletter No. 111, June/September 2003.
An analysis of subscription rates in 1989, 1997, and 2002/03 for 13 leading African studies journals and two bibliographic tools published in English. Rates of increase between 1997 and 2002-2003 range from 10% per year to 100% per year.