No. 37 — September 29, 2000

 

Weekly Review

DISPOSITIOIN OF THE JEI LIBRARY
--- by Jeanette Voss

The JEI Library has been moved to the Slavic, East European and Asian Reading Room at The George Washington University's Melvin Gelman Library at 2130 H Street N.W., Washington, D.C. 20052. The holdings include all of JEI's publications. The reading room is open to the public. Please call (202) 994-7105 to learn how to access the collection or visit the library's Web site (http://www.gwu.edu/gelman/seearr).

The Asian Studies Newsletter Archives has taken charge of many of the library's newsletters. The archive is a privately maintained, archival collection of Western-language (and, to a limited extent, Asian-language) newsletters and bulletins dealing in whole or in part with the countries and the civilizations of East, Southeast and South Asia. ASNA is open by appointment. Requests for a limited number of photocopies of individual issues are filled whenever possible at cost. Please address all correspondence to Asian Studies Newsletter Archives, c/o Frank Joseph Shulman, 9225 Limestone Place, College Park, Maryland 20740-3943. Phone: (301) 935-5614 (evenings and weekends). ASNA currently is undergoing reorganization but is expected to reopen in early 2001.

The views expressed in this report are those of the author
and do not necessarily represent those of the Japan Economic Institute.

This is the final issue of JEI Report.
All members of the JEI staff wish to thank subscribers to the publication
for their loyalty and support over theyears.

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