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Real inflation of journal prices: medical journals, U.S. journals, and Brandon list journals.
- M. Kronenfeld, S. Gable
- Economics, MedicineBulletin of the Medical Library Association
- 1 October 1983
Increases in price during the last twenty years were studied for all medical journals and for U.S. periodicals overall, and when compared with increases in the Consumer Price Index, prices in all three categories of publications have increased much more rapidly than have prices overall.
WHAT INCREASES AD RECGONITION?: A CONTENT ANALYSIS TO LOOK AT THE IMPACT OF HEADLINES, GRAPHICS AND CATEGORY ON PRINT ADVERTISING IN AN AGRICULTURAL PUBLICATION
- S. Gable
This research highlights how headlines, graphics and product category are related to print advertisement recognition and makes recommendations on future research.
Update on inflation of journal prices: medical journals, U.S. journals, and Brandon/Hill list journals.
The buying power of the dollar spent on the Brandon/Hill list journals is now 59% of that of a dollar spent in the general economy, compared to 64% in 1983, when this research was last updated.