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Changes to the Journals Listing in 2011

Newly Acquired Journals for 2011

  • Clinical Infectious Diseases
    Volume: 52/53
    Issues per subscription: 24
    First issue published: January
    Print ISSN: 1058-4838
    Online ISSN: 1537-6591
    Previously published by University of Chicago Press. Available as a combined subscription with Journal of Infectious Diseases or on its own.
  • Journal of Infectious Diseases
    Volume: 203/204
    Issues per subscription: 24
    First issue published: January
    Print ISSN: 1537-6613
    Online ISSN: 0022-1899
    Previously published by University of Chicago Press. Available as a combined subscription with Clinical Infectious Diseases or on its own.
  • Journal of American History
    Volume: 98
    Issues per subscription: 4
    First issue published: March
    Print ISSN: 0021-8723
    Online ISSN: 1945-2314
    Previously published by Organization of American Historians.
  • OAH Magazine of History
    Volume: 25
    Issues per subscription: 4
    First issue published: January
    Print ISSN: 0882-228X
    Online ISSN: 1938-2340
    Previously published by Organization of American Historians.
  • Quarterly Journal of Economics
    Volume: 126
    Issues per subscription: 4
    First issue published: February
    Print ISSN: 0033-5533
    Online ISSN: 1531-4650
    Previously published by MIT Press.
  • Review of Economic Studies
    Volume: 78
    Issues per subscription: 4
    First issue published: February
    Print ISSN: 0034-6527
    Online ISSN: 1467-937X
    Previously published by Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Journal of Social History
    Volume: 45
    Issues per subscription: 4
    First issue published: September
    Print ISSN: 0022-4529
    Online ISSN: 1527-1897
    Previously published by the Department of History at George Mason University.
    Oxford Journals will be handling renewals for all subscriptions expiring at the end of June 2011 or later.
  • Social Forces
    Volume: 90
    Issues per subscription: 4
    First issue published: September
    Print ISSN: 0037-7732
    Online ISSN: 1534-7605
    Previously published by University of North Carolina Press.
    Oxford Journals will be handling renewals for all subscriptions expiring at the end of June 2011 or later.
  • Journal of Legal Analysis
    Volume: 3
    Issues per subscription: 2
    First issue published: Summer
    Print ISSN: 2161-7201
    Online ISSN: 1946-5319
    Previously published by Harvard University Press. This title is fully open access.

New Launches for 2011

  • International Data Privacy Law
    Volume: 1
    Print ISSN: 2044-3994
    Online ISSN: 2044-4001
  • The Review of Asset Pricing Studies
    Volume: 1
    Print ISSN: 2045-9920
    Online ISSN: 2045-9939
    Only available as a combined subscription with Review of Financial Studies.

Titles Transferring from Book to Journal Publication for 2011

  • Arbitration Law Reports and Review
    Volume: 2011
    Print ISSN: 2044-8651
    Online ISSN: 2044-9887
  • British Year Book of International Law
    Volume: 81
    Print ISSN: 0068-2691
    Online ISSN: 2044-9437
  • Current Legal Problems
    Volume: 64
    Print ISSN: 0070-1998
    Online ISSN: 2044-8422
  • Yearbook of European Law
    Volume: 30
    Print ISSN: 0263-3264
    Online ISSN: 2045-0044
  • Yearbook of International Environmental Law
    Volume: 21
    Print ISSN: 0965-1721
    Online ISSN: 2045-0052

The archive back to 1996 (where available) of these titles will be available immediately from January. The first new volume of each yearbook to publish through Oxford Journals (see price list) and the complete archives will be published later in 2011. Customers will still need to purchase the 2010 volumes of the yearbooks in their existing print format. Those volumes are British Year Book of International Law (Volume 80), Current Legal Problems (Volume 63), Yearbook of European Law (Volume 29), Yearbook of International Environmental Law (Volume 20) and Arbitration Law Reports and Review (Volume 2010).

Frequency Changes

Other Changes

Titles Leaving Oxford Journals in 2011