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Murphy D O, Keller JA.  2011.  Value by the Numbers: Using Performance Metrics in Libraries. Journal of the Library Administration & Management Section. 7(2):16-22.
Murphy JJ, Allen GP, Stevens TH, Weatherhead D.  2005.  A Meta-analysis of Hypothetical Bias in Stated Preference Valuation. Environmental and Resource Economics. 30(3):313-325.
Mount E, Fasana PJ.  1972.  An approach to the measurement of use and cost of a large academic research library system: a report of a study done at Columbia University Libraries. College & Research Libraries. 33(3):199-211.
Mott JD, Granata G.  2006.  The Value of Teaching and Learning Technology: Beyond ROI. EDUCAUSE Quarterly. 29(2):48-54.
Mosier N R.  1992.  Development of a framework for measuring the return on investment in employee training. Ph.D.:171.
Morris D.  2003.  Time and Cost Analysis: Staff Allocations Project. ARL: A Bimonthly Report on Research Library Issues & Actions. 2003(230/231):23.
Morris A, Sumsion J, Hawkins M.  2002.  Economic Value of Public Libraries in the UK. Libri: International Journal of Libraries & Information Services. 52(2):78-87.
Morris A, Hawkins M, Sumsion J.  2001.  Value of book borrowing from public libraries: user perceptions. Journal of Librarianship & Information Science. 33(4):191-198.
Morgan J, Sirageldin I.  1968.  A Note on the Quality Dimension in Education. Journal of Political Economy. 76(5):1069-1077.
Moran M.  1978.  The concept of adequacy in university libraries. College & Research Libraries. 39(2):85-93.
Montgomery LK, Bulick S, Fetterman J, Kent A.  1976.  Cost-Benefit Model of Library Acquisitions in Terms of Use: Progress Report. Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 27(1):73-74.
Montgomery CH, King DW.  2002.  Comparing library and user related costs of print and electronic journal collections. D-Lib Magazine. 8(10)
Montgomery CH.  2002.  Print to electronic: measuring the operational and economic implications of an electronic journal collection. Learned Publishing. 15(2):129-136.
Monroe W.  2005.  Libraries Return on Investment Study. Library Mosaics. 16(6):12-13.
Moed HF.  2010.  A new journal citation impact measure that compensates for disparities in citation potential among research areas. Annals of Library & Information Studies. 57(3):271-277.
Missingham R.  2005.  Libraries and economic value: a review of recent studies. Performance Measurement and Metrics. 6(3):142-158.
Milne D, Tiffany B.  1991.  A survey of the cost-effectiveness of serials: a cost-per-use method and its results. Serials Librarian. 19(3/4):137-149.
Miller R.  2008.  How Much is Your Content Worth? EContent. 31(2):38-42.
Miller JC.  2014.  Targeting Point of Need to Increase Traffic to Library Resources. Georgia Library Quarterly. 51(1)
Miller LNewton.  2013.  Quality of Student Paper Sources Improves after Individual Consulation with Librarians. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. 8(2):239-241.
Miller W.  2010.  Libraries and Consortia: What Will Libraries Pay For? Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & Electronic Reserves. 20(4):221-226.
Miller R, Schmidt S.  2002.  E-Metrics: Measures for Electronic Resources. Serials: The Journal for the Serials Community. 15(1):19-25;19.
Mid-Huston Library System.  2008.  Return on Investment (ROI) Resources.
Mezick EM.  2007.  Return on investment: Libraries and student retention. The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 33(5):561-566.
Mezick EM.  2007.  Return on Investment: Libraries and Student Retention. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 33(5):561-566.

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