Editorial: Thanks to the Many Individuals Who Make Publication of Marketing Science Possible

July 2006
Marketing Science;Jul/Aug2006, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p293
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The article presents a letter from the editor of "Marketing Science" concerning the July-August 2006 issue. The editor thanks the individuals who submit to the magazine and have helped it go from a quarterly publication to a bimonthly journal. The periodical has been published for 25 years as of this issue, and has made a strong effort to publish innovative research in marketing science. Tables are presented that show the number of new submissions between 2000 and 2006 and the number of published articles arranged by article type.


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