Population Research and Policy Review 21: 1–2, 2002. © 2002 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands. ELWOOD CARLSON, Editor Volume 20 of this journal initiated the practice of publishing, in the ﬁrst issue of the year, a short recognition of the time-consuming but vital ser- vice rendered to our discipline by the many highly-qualiﬁed scholars who reviewed manuscripts submitted to Population Research and Policy Review. The editorial staff goes to considerable lengths to seek out and secure this cooperation from leading experts in the speciﬁc ﬁelds explored by each sub- mitted paper. This often involves ‘cold calls’ to perfect strangers, but the professionalism and commitment shown by these scholars insures that they do not remain strangers long. We like to think that in some small way, the resulting review process actually helps the reviewers as well as guaranteeing top-quality feedback and evaluation to the authors of our manuscripts. The following scholars from many different disciplines and several coun- tries around the world contributed reviews of manuscripts for the preceding year, including those accepted for publication, recommended for revision and resubmission, and those judged not ready for publication. Each of these reviews was as valuable and as important as
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