Upjohn Institute books are published to the highest scholarly and editorial standards, as evidenced by the 26 books (since 1988) that have been named "A Noteworthy Book in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics
" by Princeton University's Industrial Relations Section.
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- Both peer and internal reviews of all monographs
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- Interaction with you throughout the editing and production process in order to make your book the best it could be
- A turnaround time of just nine to twelve months from manuscript approval to publication
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