2010 pricing information from Oxford Journals27 May 2009
We have made some changes to our pricing policy for 2010 that we would like to share with you. From 2010 onwards the online only price will be the ‘base’ price for all the journals we publish (rather than the print-plus-online or combined price).The print only price will be 110% and the combined price 120% of the online only price. We have made this change to our pricing policy following consultation with the library community and because we think it is the fairest approach in an environment which is increasingly thinking about online first.
Given the current budgetary pressures facing many libraries at present, we would also like to give our customers the option to re-subscribe to the online version of our journals with no price rise, or even a price reduction if they previously subscribed to the combined version. For this reason, we are pleased to report that there will be no increase in the online only price between 2009 and 2010 for the majority of our journals.
Our mission at Oxford Journals is to bring the highest quality research to the widest possible audience so we are committed to ensuring that our prices remain fair and competitive. We hope that these pricing changes will help our customers in the difficult year to come.