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[Anonymous].  2010.  Hillingdon proves impact on well-being. Library & Information Update. 9(11):7-7.
Hider P.  2008.  How Much are Technical Services Worth? Using the Contingent Valuation Method to Estimate the Added Value of Collection Management and Access Library Resources & Technical Services. 52(4):254-262.
Grozanick SE.  2010.  The Impact Factor: Implications of Open Access on Quality. Public Services Quarterly. 6(4):389-399.
D'Elia G, Jörgensen C, Woelfel J, Rodger E J.  2002.  The impact of the Internet on public library use: An analysis of the current consumer market for library and Internet services. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology. 53(10):802-820.
McKnight S, Berrington M.  2008.  Improving Customer Satisfaction: Changes as a Result of Customer Value Discovery. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 3(1):33-52.
Uusiautti S.  2013.  In the pressure of academic publishing: Call for more accurate, constructive, and faster reviews. European Journal of Academic Research. 1(1):39-52.
Koenig MED.  1995.  Information policy: the mounting tension (value additive versus uniquely distributable 'public good'). Journal of Information Science. 21(3):229-231.
Shepherd PT.  2009.  International Dateline -- The Pirus Project: Developing a Standard for Recording and Reporting Usage at the Individual Article Level. Against the Grain. 21(6):82-82.
Grabowski JJ.  1992.  Keepers, Users, and Funders: Building an Awareness of Archival Value. American Archivist. 55(3):464-472.
Crowley B.  2010.  Know Your ROEI. Library Journal. 135(3):34-35.
Diller KR, Phelps SF.  2008.  Learning Outcomes, Portfolios, and Rubrics, Oh My! Authentic Assessment of an Information Literacy Program. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 8(1):75-89.
Fox K, Horne LM, King T, Seely S, Walsh K.  2008.  The Librarian as Bridge-Builder. Public Services Quarterly. 4(2):177-185.
Taylor-Roe J, Spencer C.  2005.  A librarian's view of usage metrics: through a glass darkly? Serials: The Journal for the Serials Community. 18(2):124-131.
Taylor-Roe J, Spencer C.  2005.  A librarian's view of usage metrics: through a glass darkly? Serials: The Journal for the Serials Community. 18(2):124-131.
Missingham R.  2005.  Libraries and economic value: a review of recent studies. Performance Measurement and Metrics. 6(3):142-158.
Aabø S.  2009.  Libraries and return on investment (ROI): a meta-analysis. New Library World. 110(7/8):311-324.
Rusk MD, Cummings E.  2011.  Libraries and the Local Economy: Partnerships for Economic Growth (A Presentation to the Oklahoma Library Association, March 30, 2011). Community & Junior College Libraries. 17(2):53-61.
Willingham TL.  2008.  Libraries as Civic Agents. Public Library Quarterly. 27(2):97-110.
[Anonymous].  2010.  Libraries report increased use of e-government, job resources; reduced operating hours. D-Lib Magazine. 16(7/8):8-9.
Monroe W.  2005.  Libraries Return on Investment Study. Library Mosaics. 16(6):12-13.
Harris MH, Sodt J.  1981.  Libraries, Users, and Librarians: Continuing Efforts to Define the Nature and Extent of Public Library Use. Advances in Librarianship. 11:109-133.
Cubitt S.  2006.  Library. Theory, Culture & Society. 23(2-3):581-590.
Cubitt S.  2006.  Library. Theory, Culture & Society. 23(2-3):581-590.
King DW, Boyce PB, Montgomery CH, Tenopir C.  2003.  Library economic metrics: Examples of the comparison of electronic and print journal collections and collection services. Library Trends. 51(3):376-400.
Hamburg M, Ramist LE, Bommer MRW.  1972.  Library Objectives and Performance Measures and Their Use in Decision Making. Library Quarterly. 42(1):107-128.