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Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics conference 2021 journal highlights

We are excited to share our latest journals content with you at SASE 2021.

Keep reading to learn about our new challenge led open access journal: Global Social Challenges Journal and the launch of Work in Global Economy. We also have free content from the Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice and details for Global Political Economy, launching in 2022.  



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Introducing Global Social Challenges Journal: Non-profit, open access publishing for change

How can we re-imagine society in an era of climate change, pandemic, hunger, poverty and other pressing global societal challenges? Significant threats and dangers lie ahead of us, but so do opportunities. This new fully open access, not-for-profit journal aims to facilitate thinking about these positive new trajectories and become the journal of choice to address the complexities of global social challenges across disciplines. 

Global Social Challenges Journal will be the first journal to be based in the social sciences, while engaging with research from all fields of study. It will be an important home for research that contributes to the creation of alternative futures that are socially and environmentally just and sustaining. 

Want to know more? Read our call for submissions, follow @GSC_Journal Twitter and join the journal mailing list for the latest news.  



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Coming soon: Work in the Global Economy

Work in the Global Economy is a new, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that promotes understanding of work, and connections to work, in all forms and dimensions.

Foregrounding the diverse interests that compose labour and capital in the Global South and North, the journal will promote interdisciplinary and international agendas. The journal is being launched at a time of profound change in the economy and society that impact work and employment. Consequently, Work in the Global Economy will be at the forefront of analytical and policy debates exploring issues such as digitalisation, automation, climate change and global health crisis as sites of contestation and transformation. 

We are currently accepting submissions. Read our Call for Papers to learn more.

The journal will launch in October 2021, follow @WGEJournal and join the mailing list for the latest news.



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Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice

The Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice is unique in the international landscape of public economics journals because it is committed to explicitly advancing knowledge in both public finance and public choice, reflecting an inclusive approach. The journal welcomes submissions from economics and cognate disciplines that contribute to our understanding of the public economy and its broader constitutional, legal and political economy matrix.

Enjoy free access to recent highlights from the journal with the Editors’ Choice collection:

Health politics? Determinants of US states’ reactions to COVID-19
Etienne Farvaque, Hira Iqbal and Nicolas Ooghe

Fiscal forecast manipulations and electoral results: evidence from Portuguese municipalities
Mamadou Boukari and Francisco José Veiga

Mirror, mirror on the wall …: modelling the US Congress as an internal labour market
João Ricardo Faria and Franklin G. Mixon

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See also: Volume 34, Number 2, October 2019 our free sample issue.

If you enjoyed these free articles, ask your librarian to subscribe or sign up for a free institutional trial.



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Introducing Global Political Economy 

Global Political Economy is the much-anticipated journal for the discipline of global political economy. The journal offers a critical platform for research that interrogates prevailing institutions, norms and patterns of authority and explanatory categories. Authors will engage with and drive debates around emancipatory discourses and praxis.   

Submissions will open soonRead the call for papers and sign up to the Global Political Economy mailing list to learn more. 


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