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Please note that subscriptions are recorded for complete volumes only. Each volume corresponds to the calendar year. New subscriptions will normally be recorded to start with the first number of the current volume/year, but can be delayed to start with the next volume/year if specifically requested. The four numbers that comprise a volume are dated Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter, but are published in two large double numbers dated Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter.

The prices listed below will apply through Volume 46, to be published in 2021.There is no increase from Volume 45 (2020).

Method of Payment

Currently, subscriptions should be paid by cheque, money order, or Visa/Mastercard mailed to The Council for Social and Economic Studies, P.O. Box 34143, Washington DC 20043, USA.

Note: Agents are entitled to withhold an Agent's fee of $5.00 on subscriptions that are accompanied by payment.

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