From Series B to Series A

The respite from editorial duties has been rather brief after all since, a bit longer than a month after (reluctantly) leaving the co-editorship of the Journal of the Royal Society, Series B, I have received a proposal this morning to join the editorial board of Sankhya, Series A! A proposal that I swiftly accepted, therefore joining the editorial board of Sankhya, Series A for the second time.

One Response to “From Series B to Series A”

  1. […] families of distributions where there is no compelling property to do so. (Which is also why as an editor/aeditor/referee, I have always been ultra-conservative vis-à-vis papers introducing new families […]

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