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Aims and Scope
The Journal of Topology publishes papers of high quality and significance in topology, geometry and adjacent areas of mathematics. Interesting, important and often unexpected links connect topology and geometry with many other parts of mathematics, and the editors welcome submissions on exciting new advances concerning such links, as well as those in the core subject areas of the journal.
Papers can be submitted electronically. See here for further details.
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The Journal of Topology was founded in 2008. It is published quarterly with articles published individually on line prior to appearing in a printed issue. The journal is owned by the London Mathematical Society and is typeset, printed and distributed on our behalf by Oxford University Press.
Statement on Pricing Policy
The Society recognizes the importance of the dissemination of mathematical knowledge and the issues of rising costs, growth in research output and falling library budgets. The Society will retain the objective of increasing its support for mathematical activities and consequent benefits to the mathematical community in the UK and internationally. Within these parameters, the Council of the Society will apply a fair and reasonable pricing policy with respect to its publications.
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