Important: A change to Duke University Press commission policies for subscription agents will take effect with the 2017 volume orders. Please select the Commissions tab to the right for details on the new policy.
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A change to Duke University Press commission policies for subscription agents will take effect with the 2017 volume orders. The commission on all single-title journal orders will increase from 2.5% to 3% for any subscription agent that satisfies our updated requirements. Commission for electronic collections will remain unchanged. To be eligible for commission, agents must provide the following items for each order:
If the above information is not provided, Duke University Press reserves the right to reduce the commission rate to zero for the next volume year. We also reserve the right to return orders and request additional information, either from the subscription agent or directly from the institution.
To be immediately eligible for the higher commission when it goes into effect in 2017, subscription agents should comply with the new requirements for the current year's (2016) orders. Duke University Press will review orders to assess the rate of compliance and alert agents at the time the next year's pricing is released to determine any change in commission for the coming volume year. Agents must submit complete information (as listed above) for at least 80% of orders to be considered compliant with the new policy.
New orders are defined as customers who have not previously purchased a particular product, not customers who are new to a particular agent or consortium.
Agents and consortia receive a 5% commission on renewal orders. For new orders, agents and consortia are eligible for a one-time 10% commission.
Agents, consortia, and book wholesalers receive a 10% commission on new and renewal orders. This includes our e-book subject collections.
Agents and consortia receive a 5% commission on collection renewal orders. For new orders, agents and consortia are eligible for a one-time 10% commission.
Agents and consortia receive a 5% commission on outright purchases as well as new and renewal orders of DMJ 100.
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No returns will be accepted.
All subscriptions must be paid at current prices, regardless of the volume being ordered. Duke University Press releases new subscription and collection prices each summer.
e-Duke Journals Scholarly Collection customers are eligible for a 70% discount on print copies of titles included in the purchased collection. This discount must be claimed when the order for the print copy is submitted. Overpayments of deep discount price (DDP) will not be refunded.
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