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PLEASE NOTE: This page is not yet complete [currently volumes 44 (2015), 43 (2014), 42 (2013), 41 (2012), 40 (2011) and 39 (2010) are linked]. If the issue you would like to read is not yet linked, please email bulletin@imstat.org to request a PDF copy to be emailed to you.

Volume 44, 2015 (8 issues)

Issue 8, December
Issue 7, October/November
Issue 6, September
Issue 5, August
Issue 4, June/July
Issue 3, April/May
Issue 2, March
Issue 1, January/February

Volume 43, 2014 (8 issues)

Issue 8, December
Issue 7, October/November
Issue 6, September
Issue 5, August
Issue 4, June/July
Issue 3, April/May
Issue 2, March
Issue 1, January/February

Volume 42, 2013 (8 issues)

Issue 8, December
Issue 7, October/November
Issue 6, September
Issue 5, August
Issue 4, June/July
Issue 3, April/May
Issue 2, March
Issue 1, January/February

Volume 41, 2012 (8 issues)

Issue 8, December
Issue 7, October/November
Issue 6, September
Issue 5, August
Issue 4, June/July
Issue 3, April/May
Issue 2, March
Issue 1, January/February

Volume 40, 2011 (8 issues)

Issue 8, December
Issue 7, October/November
Issue 6, September
Issue 5, August
Issue 4, June/July
Issue 3, April/May
Issue 2, March
Issue 1, January/February

Volume 39, 2010 (10 issues)

Issue 10, December
Issue 9, November
Issue 8, October
Issue 7, August/September
Issue 6, July
Issue 5, June
Issue 4, May
Issue 3, April
Issue 2, March
Issue 1, January/February

Volume 38, 2009 (10 issues)

Issue 10, December
Issue 9, November
Issue 8, October
Issue 7, August/September
Issue 6, July
Issue 5, June
Issue 4, May
Issue 3, April
Issue 2, March
Issue 1, January/February

Volume 37, 2008 (10 issues)

Issue 10, December
Issue 9, November
Issue 8, October
Issue 7, August/September
Issue 6, July
Issue 5, June
Issue 4, May
Issue 3, April
Issue 2, March
Issue 1, January/February

Volume 36, 2007 (10 issues)

Issue 10, December
Issue 9, November
Issue 8, October
Issue 7, August/September
Issue 6, July
Issue 5, June
Issue 4, May
Issue 3, April
Issue 2, March
Issue 1, January/February

Volume 35, 2006 (10 issues)

Issue 10, December
Issue 9, November
Issue 8, October
Issue 7, August/September
Issue 6, July
Issue 5, June
Issue 4, May
Issue 3, April
Issue 2, March
Issue 1, January/February

Volume 34, 2005 (10 issues)

Issue 10, December
Issue 9, November
Issue 8, October
Issue 7, August/September
Issue 6, July
Issue 5, June
Issue 4, May
Issue 3, April
Issue 2, March
Issue 1, January/February

Volume 33, 2004 (6 issues)

Issue 6, November/December
Issue 5, September/October
Issue 4, July/August
Issue 3, May/June
Issue 2, March/April
Issue 1, January/February

Volume 32, 2003 (6 issues)

Issue 6, November/December
Issue 5, September/October
Issue 4, July/August
Issue 3, May/June
Issue 2, March/April
Issue 1, January/February

Volume 31, 2002 (6 issues)

Issue 6, November/December
Issue 5, September/October
Issue 4, July/August
Issue 3, May/June
Issue 2, March/April
Issue 1, January/February

Before 2002 there are no PDF copies of the Bulletin, but if you know the volume/issue and page number of the article you need, please email your request to Elyse Gustafson, IMS Executive Director, at this address.

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