I missed this PS.
> > PS Most of journal pricing, by the way, goes to
> > production and overhead, not to profit. You can
> > see this clearly from the operating statements of
> > any public publisher.
Where can we find these?--they'd make interesting reading.
When I have a $150 journal and an $11,000 journal of same heft on the
same subject, I'll continue to assume, until it's proven otherwise, that
at least three-quarters, maybe more, of the difference went to
Frieda Rosenberg (UNC-Chapel Hill)