Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Call for Papers: Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances

Call for Papers: Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances

The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances provides librarians, library trustees, and others concerned with library management, with current information related to the financial aspects of library operations. The journal focuses on cost measurement and containment, fundraising, development, fiscal policies and procedures, and the financial implications of technological change. The journal seeks to provide current, practical information that can be applied in all types of libraries.

Published by Emerald, The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances is distributed to 1,200 organisations worldwide, with international readership from more than 100 countries. The journal has 15 million potential readers.

The editor welcomes submissions which discuss:
• budgeting
• economic trends affecting libraries
• endowments
• leasing
• outsourcing
• insurance
• grantsmanship
• resource allocation
• cost analysis
• funding
• technological innovation
• alternative sources of revenue.

Articles should normally be between 1,500 and 3,000 words in length. For more information please refer to the journal's Author Guidelines at http://www.emeraldinsight.com/info/journals/bl/notes.htm

All articles should be submitted to the Editor:

Kent C. Boese
Manager of Technical Services
Greenberg Traurig
800 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Suite 500
Washington, DC 20006
E-mail: BoeseK@gtlaw.com