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# Tag Archives: money

## Journals and their impact factors

Impact Factor Distortions For this reason, I have seen curricula vitae in which a scientist annotates each of his or her publications with its journal impact factor listed to three significant decimal places (for example, 11.345). And in some nations, … Continue reading

## Free access to archived articles in mathematical journals of Elsevier

The details and list of the journals with full archives (the first issue–2008) can be found here.

## Academic salaries

An interesting statistics on academic salaries: Average faculty salaries 2011-2012 And also an opinion: Do college professors work hard enough?

## Elsevier, mathematicians and everyone else…

This is an update on my post The cost of knowledge. Mathematicians take a stand — We survey the reasons for the ongoing boycott of the publisher Elsevier. We examine Elsevier’s pricing and bundling policies, restrictions on dissemination by authors, and lapses … Continue reading