Do you have a manuscript surrounding economic thought? Submit to The American Economist today! AEX is currently seeking manuscript submissions;
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As an official publication of Omicron Delta Epsilon, The International Honor Society in Economics, The American Economist is a peer reviewed academic journal that publishes original research from all fields and schools of economic thought. The American Economist specifically encourages submissions from young scholars and those who are teaching the next generation of economists, and will continue to publish papers from experienced and prominent economists whose influence has shaped the discipline.
Public Personnel Management is currently seeking manuscript submissions. Founded by the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR), Public Personnel Management is published specifically for human resource executives and managers in the public sector. Each quarterly edition contains in-depth articles on trends, case studies and the latest research by top human resource scholars and industry experts.
Manuscripts should be submitted electronically to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ppm.
You will need to create an account in order to submit your manuscript. The system will notify you once we receive the manuscript and have sent it out for review. If you have any questions, please contact Editor Jared J. Llorens (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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As a descendant of World Future Society Bulletin, the journal, World Futures Review, aims to be the source for information about futures studies as an academic and applied discipline.
The editorial team of WFR is interested in anything that identifies and problematizes the intellectual roots of futures studies, not only in terms of other futurists, but more generally: what scholars, schools of thought, ideologies, cosmologies, ontologies, ethical concerns, social theories, methods, underlay what the early futurists thought and wrote? What now? What should underlie them?
In the most recent issue from March 2017, Editor Dr. James Dator offers an editorial focusing on Time and Future Studies. The article is currently free to read for a limited time. Below is an excerpt from the editorial illustrating how there is more research to be done for futurists:
To determine how futurists today view time, and use the concept in their work, I sent out a call for papers on that subject. This issue of WFR is the first of what may be two or more issues of WFR devoted to a consideration of time and futures studies.
Manuscripts submitted for consideration in WFR should:
- discuss the theoretical, philosophical, ethical, academic bases of futures work
- demonstrate how these bases are exemplified in applied futures work, such as research, publications, teaching, and consulting
- point the way for the preferred futures of futures studies
To submit a manuscript to WFR, please visit the manuscript submission portal. You can find the full Submission Guidelines here.
The Journal of Developing Societies is currently seeking manuscripts for an upcoming special issue on A Comparative Analysis of Health Care in a Globalizing World: Recent Trends in Developing Nations.
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Submissions are due by: November 30, 2017
The Journal of Developing Societies is a refereed international journal on development and social change not only in ‘developing’ countries but also the ‘developed’ societies of the world. It provides an interdisciplinary forum for the publication of theoretical perspectives, research findings, case studies, policy analyses and normative critiques on the issues, problems and policies of both mainstream and alternative approaches to development.
Small Group Research is currently accepting proposals regarding the 2018 Review Issue. Please view the full details about the submission process here, or by clicking on the image above.
Manuscripts are due: May 30, 2017
Submissions should be made to SGR’s Manuscript Central website: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/sgr, where authors will be required to set up an account.
Small Group Research (SGR), peer-reviewed and published bi-monthly, is an international and interdisciplinary journal presenting research, theoretical advancements, and empirically supported applications with respect to all types of small groups. SGR, a leader in the field, addresses and connects three vital areas of study: the psychology of small groups, communication within small groups,and organizational behavior of small groups. This journal is a member of the Committee on Pubication Ethics (COPE).
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Compensation and Benefits Review is currently accepting manuscripts, and you can upload your manuscript through the portal below:
Compensation & Benefits Review is the premiere journal for compensation and benefits strategy and management. Written by compensation and benefits professionals at top companies and leading academic experts, CBR articles provide detailed analyses and comprehensive information on all aspects of compensation and benefits design and implementation. CBR provides practitioners and university faculty and students with a complete source for compensation and benefits solutions that produce real business results and advancement in the field.
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This is your last week to submit to ILR Review‘s special issue call for papers: Conflict and its resolution in the changing world of work.
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ILR Review publishes research on important issues—globalization, capital and labor mobility, inequality, wage setting, unemployment, labor market dynamics, international migration, work organization and technology, human resource management and personnel economics, demographic and ethnic differences in labor markets, workplace conflicts, alternative forms of representation, and labor regulation.
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