CCI Research Presentations and Publications
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Some Economic Aspects of the Scholarly Journal System. (Cronin, B., Ed.).Annual Review of Information Science and Technology. 45, 295-366.(2011).
Scholarly Journal Information Seeking and Reading Patterns of Faculty at Five U.S. Universities. Learned Publishing. 22 (2),(2009).
Measuring Total Readings of Journal Articles. D-Lib Magazine. 12, Available at: http://www.dlib.org/dlib/october06/king/10king.html.(2006).
Library Economic Measures: Examples of the Comparison of Print & Electronic Journal Collections. Library Trends. 51, 376-400.(2003).
Patterns of Journal Use by Faculty at Three Diverse Universities. D-Lib Magazine. 9, Available at http://www.dlib.org/dlib/october03/king/10king.html.(2003).
Using and Reading Scholarly Literature. (Williams, M. E., Ed.).Annual Review of Information Science and Technology. 34, 423-477.(2001).
The Cost and Price Dilemma of Scholarly Journals. 63rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science. 37, 63-66.(2000).
Electronic Journal Pricing: The Dilemma, The Opportunity. NFAIS Newsletter. 41, 85-90.(1999).
Evolving Journal Costs: Implications for Publishers, Libraries, and Readers. Learned Publishing (Journal of the Association of Learned & Professional Society Publishers, U.K.). 12, 251-258.(1999).
Economic Cost Models of Scientific Scholarly Journals. Economic, Read Costs and Benefits of Electronic Publishing in Science--A Technical Study: Proceedings of the ICSU Press Workshop. Available: http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/icsu/kingppr.htm.(1998).
Electronic Journal Publishing: Economics of Production, Distribution, and Use. Pan American Congress on Health Sciences Information: Information Networking Bridge to the Third Millennium.(1998).