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

Shugan, Steven M.
May 2007
Marketing Science;May/Jun2007, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p285
Academic Journal
Charts are presented concerning various aspects of submissions to the journal "Marketing Science," including a chart on the number of new submissions by year, a chart on the number of reviews, area editor reports, and editorial decisions by year, and a list of the best reviewers during the current editor-in-chief's term.


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