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Aabø S.  2005.  The role and value of public libraries in the age of digital technologies. Journal of Librarianship & Information Science. 37(4):205-211.
Aabø S, Strand J.  2004.  Public library valuation, nonuse values, and altruistic motivations. Library & Information Science Research. 26(3):351-372.
Aabø S.  2005.  Valuing the benefits of public libraries. Information Economics & Policy. 17(2):175-198.
Aabø S, Audunson R.  2002.  Rational choice and valuation of public libraries: can economic models for evaluating non-market goods be applied to public libraries? Journal of Librarianship & Information Science. 34(1):5-15.
Aabø S.  2009.  Libraries and return on investment (ROI): a meta-analysis. New Library World. 110(7/8):311-324.
Aabø S.  2005.  Are public libraries worth their price?: A contingent valuation study of Norwegian public libraries New Library World. 106(11/12):487-495.
Aerni SE, King DW.  2006.  Contingent valuation in academic and public libraries. ARL Assessment Conference. Charlottesville, VA
Alexander OD.  2008.  Public Library Services to Underrepresented Groups: Poor & Unemployed, Emphasizing Danville, Virginia. Public Library Quarterly. 27(2):111-133.
Audunson R, Vårheim A, Aabø S, Holm E D.  2007.  Public libraries, social capital, and low intensive meeting places. Information Research. 12(4)
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Baker G, Read EJ.  2008.  Vendor-supplied usage data for electronic resources: a survey of academic libraries. Learned Publishing. 21(1):48-57.
Balas JL.  2011.  online treasures. Can Libraries Prove Their Value Through ROI? Computers in Libraries. 31(9):31-31.
Baskurt O.  2011.  Time series analysis of publication counts of a university: what are the implications? Scientometrics. 86(3):645-656.
Baskurt O.  2011.  Time series analysis of publication counts of a university: what are the implications? Scientometrics. 86(3):645-656.
Bawden D, Calvert A, Robinson L, Urquhart C, Bray C, Amosford J.  2009.  Understanding our value; assessing the nature of the impact of library services. Library and Information Research. 33(105):62-89.
Becker S, Crandall MD, Fisher KE, Kinney B, Landry C, Rocha A.  2010.  Opportunity for All: How the American Public Benefits from Internet Access at U.S. Libraries.
Bell S.  2010.  Fit Libraries Are Future-Proof. (cover story). American Libraries. 41(10):37-39.
Bell S.  2010.  Fit Libraries Are Future-Proof. (cover story). American Libraries. 41(10):37-39.
Bennett E, Brothen E.  2010.  Citation Analyses as a Prioritization Tool for Instruction Program Development. Journal of Library Administration. 50(5):425-442.
Bernon J.  2008.  Why and How to Measure the Use of Electronic Resources. Liber Quarterly: The Journal of European Research Libraries. 18(3/4):459-463.
Bhatt A.  2006.  Assessing e-collections when every e-resource has its reader, every reader has his/her e-resource, and e-resources are ever growing. Against the Grain. 18(5):24.
Black WK.  1993.  The budget as a planning tool. Journal of Library Administration. 18(3/4):171-188.
Blecic DD, Fiscella JB, Wiberley Jr SE.  2007.  Measurement of Use of Electronic Resources: Advances in Use Statistics and Innovations in Resource Functionality. College & Research Libraries. 68(1):26-44.
Blixrud JC.  2001.  The Continuing Quest for New Measures. Journal of Library Administration. 35(4):25-26.
Bollen J, Van de Sompel H, Hagberg A, Bettencourt L, Chute R, Rodriguez MA, Balakireva L.  2009.  Clickstream Data Yields High-Resolution Maps of Science. PLoS ONE. 4(3):e4803.
Bollen J, Van de Sompel H.  2008.  Usage impact factor: The effects of sample characteristics on usage-based impact metrics. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology. 59(1):136-149.

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