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Enckell, H. (2001). Editorial. Scand. Psychoanal. Rev., 24(1):1.

(2001). Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review, 24(1):1


Henrik Enckell

For many years, The Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review rested on a strong financial basis. However, dur ing recent years, the production costs of the journal have slowly — but steadily — increased. This has mainly been due to the growing volume of the journal.

The financial situation set a problem for The Editorial Board of The Scandinavian Psychoanalytic Review. Firstly, the Board has realized that the subscription rates cannot be substantially raised. Secondly, the Board has been reluctant to raise the threshold level for the acceptance of papers; after all, one of the functions of the journal is to make space available for less experienced writers in psychoanalysis, as well as for those who are more accomplished. The only way out of this situation was an attempt to reduce the costs by means other than reducing the volume of the Journal.

Following negotiations, the Editorial Board is pleased to inform its readership that the collaborative partners of the journal have most kindly been ready to understand the situation. This pertains to our pub lisher, our printing house, but also to our language and technical editor, Dr. Keith Jones. The Editorial Board wishes to thank all these collaborators for their sympathetic flexibility in these financial matters.

The result of the above-mentioned negotiations is an Agreement that should enable the journal to rest on a firm financial foundation, As our readers will observe, the format of the journal has been altered. For the readership, this should be the only visible ef fect of the attempts to reduce the production costs.


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