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NOTE: This is an early version of an article that is peer reviewed and published as: Library budgets and academic library ratings in times of transition. The Bottom Line: Managing Library Finances, 2001, 14(4): 213-218 Abstract An analysis of the ability of a particular library to significantly increase its Association of Research Libraries (ARL) ranking in a reasonable time period is presented. A discussion follows to show why this is not a useful objective at a time when academic librariesdoi:10.1108/08880450110408490 fatcat:iaqiagqs6vfrzhr2qfznkrnp4i