The rising alternative in math publishing

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.

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What’s New at MSP

Half-priced subscriptions for developing countries

Start­ing in 2020, MSP is pleased to of­fer a nearly 50% dis­count on the MSP Pack­age to in­sti­tu­tions in coun­tries of lower-middle and low in­come (as clas­si­fied by the World Bank).

To take ad­vant­age of this dis­count, please simply start a sub­scrip­tion through MSP or through your pre­ferred agent, and make sure to men­tion that your in­sti­tu­tion is eli­gible for the De­vel­op­ing Coun­try Dis­count. (For in­sti­tu­tions in In­dia, please note that MSP’s ex­clus­ive dis­trib­ut­or is Hindus­tan Book Agency.)

New journals in 2020
Alloy: a new publishing services alliance  

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.

A new place to read our journals: MSP on Euclid

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.

PubliCast™: get notified when we publish

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 pub­

MSP’s Rob Kirby receives SLA-PAM Division Award

The Spe­cial Lib­rar­ies As­so­ci­ation have honored Rob Kirby, the chief ex­ec­ut­ive of MSP, with their 2013 Phys­ics-As­tro­nomy-Math­em­at­ics Di­vi­sion Award:

“Dr. Kirby’s sig­ni­fic­ant con­tri­bu­tions with MSP be­ne­fit lib­rar­ies and en­hance the abil­ity of lib­rar­i­ans to provide ser­vice, and im­prove the ex­change of in­form­a­tion.”

Cita­tion for the 2013 SLA-PAM Di­vi­sion Award