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JHEP

I saw the following in the CERN courier Vol 42 (7) page 8 September
2002:

 Electronic Publishing - Publishers make JHEP archive available online
at no charge.

  The Journal of High Energy Physics (JHEP) archive, 1997 - 2001, plus
current 2002 material has been made available free of charge by
Institute of Physics Publishing (publishers of CERN courier) until the
end of the year. IOPP took responsibility for the electronic-only
publication of the journal in January, while submission and peer review
remain the responsibility of the International School for Advanced
Studies (SISSA) in Trieste, Italy.
  Up to now JHEP has been financed by SISSA with contributions from
Italy's Istituto Nazionale de Fisica Nucleare, CERN and, more recently,
other laboratories and universities. With the journal's growing size and
importance, however, this is no longer viable and from Jan 2003 JHEP
will be available to institutions for an annual subscription of GBP
600.- USD 900.-. The 1997 - 2002 archive will remain free. see
  http://www.iop.org/journals/jhep

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