Recommend AJHE to your institution’s library
by Anthony Lo Sasso
By now you’ve likely received Volume 1, Issue 1 of the American Journal of Health Economics. We couldn’t be more delighted with the response the journal has received from members. We want the world to see how wonderful it is so MIT Press has made the contents of the first issue freely available. But now it’s your turn! We need you to help get your library to purchase an institutional subscription so that non-subscribers at your institution can access future issues. Tell your library you need access to AJHE and the important content within:
- Complete the online recommendation form at mitpressjournals.org/action/recommendation, or
- Send an e-mail to [email protected] with your name, institution, and library. We’ll reach out to the library on your behalf.
- Click here to access a card you can send to your librarian at your institution to let them know that your institution MUST have a subscription to AJHE!
Direct from AJHE! Sign up to receive important AJHE messages directly to your inbox.
Locate the green “AJHE Information Alert” sign-up box on the AJHE homepage on the MIT Press Journals site. Enter your email address, first name, and last name. After you hit the Submit button, you’ll see a confirmation screen that your details have been recorded. Stay tuned for email messages about special content, events, and other journal news.
To receive automatic alerts when a new issue of AJHE is posted online, you need to be registered on the MIT Press Journals website. Once registered, visit the “My Online Account” area and click on “Alerts”. Mark the check box for American Journal of Health Economics and click the Submit button. You’ll receive an email with the full table of contents with links to each article when a new issue is available.