AbstractIn this editorial we explain the shift of AJET towards early release of articles. This means that as soon as articles have been accepted for publication and have been copyedited and typeset they will be made available online. Early release allows us to disseminate research into the public domain more rapidly, and thereby more effectively serve our authors and readers. Importantly, this does not reduce the rigor of our peer-review or copyediting processes, but does make the journal more current for our readers, and more appealing to authors who want their research to be in the public domain as efficiently as possible.
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