The Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Emerging Economies is a peer-reviewed Journal, published two times a year. The aim of the Journal is to provide an intellectual and research platform for the dissemination of a range of critical entrepreneurship, innovation, business and economic development issues of relevance to emerging economies.
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The journal World Food Policy (WFP) semi-annually publishes research-based articles exploring various aspects of policies and decisions that affect food systems at the global, regional and transnational levels. Articles on policies pertaining to non-food commodities with noticeable impact on the world food sector or comparative national food policies are also within the scope of the journal. Each issue may include book or blog reviews on recent research and literature on the world food industry.
Research & Politics aims to advance systematic peer-reviewed research in political science and related fields through the open access publication of the very best cutting-edge research and policy analysis. The journal provides a venue for scholars to communicate rapidly and succinctly important new insights to the broadest possible audience while maintaining the highest standards of quality control.
For the first two years, the publication fee is waived for all submissions.
The Rift Valley Review is a biannual publication of the Rift Valley Institute covering policy, research, arts, culture and local knowledge in the countries of Eastern and Central Africa.
Cultures explores the intersection of science, policy, and global challenges by bringing diverse voices to a common platform. Cultures welcomes contributions from individuals interested in science diplomacy and global engagement.
The Journal of Policy and Complex Systems aims to promote professional and public understanding of the relationship between policy studies and complex systems thinking, evolving greater understanding and engagement. Through its publication, JPCS hopes to establish a venue for reporting results of exploring, developing, and evaluating policies using cutting edge computational approaches to policy research, including complexity theory, agent-based modeling/simulation, chaos theory, fractals, dynamical systems, and the science of networks.
Statistics and Public Policy (SPP) publishes papers that apply strong statistical methodology to problems in the realm of public policy and /or relevant political science. Articles may address international, national, or local policy questions, and the emphasis is upon the application rather than methodological novelty.
An Official Journal of the American Statistical Association
Scottish Affairs, founded in 1992, is the leading forum for debate on Scottish current affairs.
Discover Society is published by Social Research Publications, a not-for-profit collaboration between sociology and social policy academics and publishers at Policy Press to promote the publication of social research, commentary and policy analysis. The articles it publishes express the opinions of the authors and not those of Discover Society.
The Journal of School Violence offers tested information on such urgent matters as threat assessment, hostage situations, stalking behavior, and teacher safety. For longer-range strategic planning, it features articles on social policy, staff training, and international and cross-cultural studies. This peer-reviewed journal helps administrators and policymakers plan
effectively to ensure school security by considering issues of administration, assessment, and funding.
Publisher: International Association for the Study of Commons (IASC)
International Journal of the Commons is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed
open-access journal dedicated to further our understanding of institutions
for use and management of resources that are (or could be) enjoyed
GPS is a peer-reviewed quarterly published by <spaef.com> and commences publication in 2000. GPS acts as a bridge between Anglo-Saxon and Continental-European/German tradition in policy research.