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International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

In October 1982, a readership survey was conducted for Finance & Development by Opinion Research Corporation. About 2,500 readers were polled, the random sample containing an equal representation from our six language editions and the four main groups of professional categories into which the readership falls. The response was very good—a 46 per cent effective rate on one mailing (the actual rate less nondeliveries), which is considered an unusually high response for mail surveys of this type. We should like to thank those of you who completed the

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

During the latter half of 1976 the Editors of Finance & Development conducted a readership survey to find out more about their readers. Despite the difficulties of getting mail rapidly to and from an international readership, a large number of our readers returned our completed two-page questionnaire. A sample of about 5,000 names was randomly selected from the roughly 108,000 readers on our English, French, and Spanish mailing lists kept on computer file in Washington, D.C. Each recipient was sent a two-page questionnaire and an international reply

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

How do Readers Evaluate FINANCE & DEVELOPMENT? A report on our international readership survey W e completed an international readership survey late in 1990 in which readers were asked to evaluate Finance & Development , let us know more about themselves and their reading habits, and respond to various questions dealing with the contents, design, and current or future publishing policy of this journal. This survey was an important element in our continuing dialogue with our worldwide readership and supplements the feedback from the more than 4

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

-76 Robert Dunn and Robert Ley What is reconstitution? How has it worked in the five years since the SDRs were introduced? Book notices Finance & Development—a readership profile A report on selected results of our 1976 readership survey

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

Finance and Development first appeared in English, French, and Spanish in June 1964. Its purpose is to publish articles, written in nontechnical language, on the international monetary system and economic development. A recently completed readership survey has given the Editors a picture of our readers. A sample carefully chosen to be representative of all subscribers to the English, French, and Spanish language editions were asked questions by mail about both themselves and their views of Finance and Development . The response rate was over 50 per cent

International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.

charged for post-conflict assistance. The additional subsidy is estimated to cost the IMF $68–98 million over the next five years. It will be paid for by new bilateral contributions. Demanding readership F&D has a regular readership of at least 460,000 for its print editions, plus thousands more for its online editions, according to a new readership survey conducted by the London-based company, Research Perspectives . The magazine prints 110,000 copies in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, and Spanish, and puts out a web edition in Russian. According to the