IMS Monographs/IMS Textbooks
IMS Monographs will be concise research monographs of high quality on any branch of statistics or
probability of sufficient interest to warrant publication as books. Some will concern relatively traditional
topics in need of up-to-date assessment. Others will be on emerging themes. In all cases the objective will
be to provide a balanced view of the field.
In parallel with the IMS Monographs there will be a series of compact IMS Textbooks. These will give
introductory accounts of topics of current concern suitable for advanced courses at master’s level, for
doctoral students and for individual study. They will be shorter than a fully developed textbook. Lengths
of 100–290 pages are envisaged. The books will typically contain exercises.
If you are interested in publishing a book in the IMS Monographs or IMS Textbooks series,
please write to one of the editors listed above, or to Lauren Cowles: email@example.com
or Diana Gillooly: firstname.lastname@example.org at Cambridge University Press.