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Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 12:13:47 -0400

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I recive the following information from Professor Kuusela:

"There are about 70 peer reviewed scientific/scholarly journals
published in Finland. All of them are at least eligible for public

I am not trying to get a fix on the number that are actually subsidized.
But a structure exists for subsidies to journals, just as in Chile.
Presumably, some journals do make use of these subsidies. My knowledge
of Finland - a wonderful country in passing - is that Finns are not
terribly gifted for masochism... :-)


Dr. Jean-Claude Gu├ędon
Dept. of Comparative Literature
University of Montreal
PO Box 6128, Downtown Branch
Montreal, QC H3C 3J7
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