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"The move to OUP as the publisher of Publius: The Journal of Federalism was rewarding and painless. The OUP staff is competent, responsive, and friendly. They have good ideas and are always looking for ways to increase the journal’s visibility and reach. I've been very pleased."
Professor Carol Weissert, Editor-in-chief, Publius: The Journal of Federalism

“…and with world class support from Oxford University Press and HighWire Press, Annals has developed something akin to what marketing people call a record of innovation…”
Professor David Kerr, Editor-in-Chief, Annals of Oncology

“I also know that one of the most important things of my deanship was moving publication of the American Journal of Epidemiology into a collaborative venture with Oxford University Press.”
Dr. Alfred Sommer, Chairman of the Board of Overseers for the American Journal of Epidemiology

"I'm very pleased to hear of the excellent 2005 profit margins for Mutagenesis, as are the UKEMS cttee. Please convey my congratulations and thanks to all concerned at OUP. There has been an amazing upturn in income over the last two years, which will benefit the society greatly."
Professor David Phillips, Editor-in-Chief, Mutagenesis

"If you are thinking about OUP as a possible publisher I can recommend OUP without hesitation. OUP is a modern, progressive and highly professional publisher of very high standing in academia and has excellent marketing skills and perhaps the best electronic provision via the High Wire system. The staff are also very friendly and helpful."
Professor Michael Jackson, Editor-in-Chief, Annals of Botany

"We have received the OUP financials and the Treasurer is extremely pleased with the pro-active efforts of OUP to grow revenue, while holding expenses. Very nice job!"
Dr Shawn Lamb, Executive Director, Society of Toxicology, Toxicological Sciences

"As editor of Industrial and Corporate Change, I am glad to confirm my appreciation for the support we always get from OUP in our editorial activity, with kindness, promptness, and efficiency."
Giovanni Dosi, Editor, Industrial and Corporate Change

"As editor of the World Bank Economic Review, since I took over the editorship three years ago, I have worked closely with Oxford University Press and with the team handling their Journals. The experience has been very productive and pleasurable. At the beginning, the WBER was always coming out several months late. With kind but constant nudging, the OUP team helped the editorial office get back on track. The OUP team has also worked hard at helping increase the visibility of the Review, and at following its progression in the rankings. Whenever I have been need of information on the Review, the OUP team has always been prompt at responding."
Jaime de Melo, Editor, World Bank Economic Review