We believe scientific publishing should be an industry that helps rather than hinders scholarly activity. High-quality research demands high-quality communication — widely, rapidly and easily accessible to all — and MSP works to facilitate it.
Efficient, intuitive and pleasant-to-use software service, for peer review and journal management.
Highly selective journals, showcasing your articles with the best editing and typesetting in the industry.
A complete menu of publishing services for your independent journal, in partnership with Duke University Press.
- Publishing Services:
Duke University Press, MSP, and Project Euclid are combining our strengths to offer independent nonprofit publishers unrivaled journal-management and publishing services. With Alloy, you can compete and thrive in this age of consolidation, while keeping your identity and independence, and without being absorbed into a big commercial publisher’s portfolio. Each organization will bring its own set of strengths, skills, and experience to the partnership. Choose only the components you want, keep all the independence you need. Click here to learn more, or contact us to discuss your project.
Four journals will be newly available from MSP starting in 2019:
MSP, Project Euclid, and Duke University Press have partnered to offer MSP on Euclid, a collection of the same seven journals published and sold as a bundle by MSP but now enhanced by the functionality of the Project Euclid platform. MSP on Euclid is an alternative way of purchasing and accessing this electronic collection of MSP titles, and is available through our partners here. Or, visit our journals page for more details.
We have recently launched PubliCast, a service that notifies readers of new research articles that we publish. You can opt to be notified by email when we publish an article in a subject category of your choice, or in an MSP journal of your choice, or even when MSP publishes an article that cites your work. Please sign up at publicast.msp.org.
“Dr. Kirby’s significant contributions with MSP benefit libraries and enhance the ability of librarians to provide service, and improve the exchange of information.”