Welcome to our agents customer services page
We have an Agent Account Management team who have overall responsibility for how Taylor & Francis deals with all agents that place orders for journals. Their role includes working with our agents to provide them the best possible service, improving our internal procedures and systems as well as keeping you updated.
Jack Rubinstein, Annabel Simcoe and Kayleigh Walker work with all our agents for orders and renewals. Please feel free to contact them if you have any queries.
Phone: +44 (0)207 017 7529
We have a number of agents who use our ICEDIS format for orders and renewals. There are many benefits to using EDI, if you would like to know more, please contact a member of our agents team using the above details.
Please use the links below to download a copy of the relevant document. These are updated regularly, so please consult these lists before submitting claims and queries.
- 2018 price list - institutional rates (xlsx)
- 2018 acquisitions
- 2017 price list – institutional rates (.xlsx)
- 2017 price list - institutional rates (.pdf)
- 2017 price list - AUD (.pdf)
- 2017 Taylor & Francis Journal production schedule (.xls)
- Countries eligible for Euro rate (.pdf)
- Delayed Issues (.xls)
In order for us to be able to publish our articles online as quickly as possible, we have a number of journals where the print publication schedule differs to the online. A list can be found here (.xls). If you have any questions about these journals, please contact your Agent Account team.
For pricing details for 2018, please go to our Pricing page.
Reminder for 2018
We have introduced a new policy regarding archival access included with a print plus online or online only subscription. An institutional subscription to a journal will continue to ensure retained access to the volume years to which a customer subscribes (post-1997), with backfile access to a 20 year rolling archive provided on a complimentary basis during the current volume year subscription period (i.e. a 2018 subscription will include online access back to 1998).
Full Terms and Conditions are available here: http://www.tandfonline.com/page/terms-and-conditions
To submit a claim, please contact our claims department at the following email address, email@example.com and enter 'Claim' in the subject line. If you have multiple claims please use the spreadsheet as a template, which you can email.
If you wish to be added to our Agents E-Newsletter distribution list, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Taylor & Francis agent discount policy is based on your turnover as well as set criteria linked to when your payments are received and how you send your orders to us. If you would like more information on our policy please contact email@example.com
Taylor & Francis Online access
As soon as your order and payment have been received and processed, online access is automatically fed through to the customer’s account on Taylor & Francis Online, saving both you and our mutual customer the trouble of having to request activation.
Should our mutual customer be experiencing any online access issues after this activation you can contact the Taylor & Francis Online Support team using the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting the following information.
- Agent order Number
- Order Number (publisher ID number)
- Subscriber/Customer Number
- Full journal title(s)
- Year(s) of subscription
- Institution Name
- Full mailing address for where the subscription is delivered
- IP address/range
Taylor & Francis have a number of tutorial guides which can assist our mutual customers in managing their institutions Taylor & Francis Online account. Please direct them to the following webpage should they require further information, http://resources.tandfonline.com.
Institutional subscribers can now license access to content published prior to 1998 via the Title-by-Title Archive option. This cost-effective option allows our mutual customers to shape their library's archival collection on an annual, per title basis.
There are many benefits to the Title-by-Title Archive option:
- Discover articles that have shaped the research we see today
- Delve into over 1,000 online titles
- Explore established and influential content from 1996 back to the very first volume
- Tailor the content that you provide to your researchers
The Title-by-Title Archive can be licensed on an annual basis and is available in online only format. Should you require further information, please contact a member of our Agents Team.
Maney Titles with access from first volume
The list of titles below were previously provided by Maney Publishing with access starting from volume 1. Now with Taylor & Francis, the titles within the following link "Maney Titles with Archive" will be available with pricing options for a standard subscription, with standard terms and conditions, and another rate for archive subscriptions which grant access from ‘Volume 1 to current issue’. When submitting orders or renewals for these titles, please indicate which rate is required.
We will send you renewal reminders each year when your subscription is due to expire.
We offer a variety of simple methods to renew including a secure online payment facility. To renew online you will need a copy of your renewal notice to hand.
Thank you for visiting our Agents Customer Services page. We hope you have found the information helpful.
For any other customer queries, please visit the main customer services page.