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|Title:||JOURNAL SELECTION AND THE THEORY OF MARGINAL UTILITY|
|Authors:||Hatua, Sudip Ranjan|
|Abstract:||Journal selection is very crucial point in the net environment and in limited budget in any library and information centre. This article emphasises on limited budget and tries to find solution of the problem in journal selection by using the Theory of Marginal Utility. Also discussed here is how Bradford's Law is effective for cost analysis and journal selection. This alternative approach tries to find out the solution for best selection and optimum utility of the budget.|
|ISSN:||0975-2404 (Online); 0972-5423 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:|| ALIS Vol.48(3) [September 2001]|
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