|Managing Editor:||Assoc. Prof. Jeremy Buultjens|
|Assistant Editor:||Ms. Amanda Shoebridge|
|Editor:||Professor Stephen Kelly|
Journal of Economic and Social Policy (JESP) is a double blind peer reviewed journal, comprising an international editorial board, with expertise across the many social and economic policy areas. The review panel also consists of both national and international academics. The journal has been operational for sixteen years, and has in this time covered a range of topical issues, as well as lively and informed debate.
The Journal aims to contribute to the discussion on, and implementation of, economic and social policy with well informed articles which can be read across a range of disciplines.
CALL FOR PAPERS:
The Journal of Economic and Social Policy invites authors to submit manuscripts under the following topic areas: Economic Development; Economic History; Financial Institutions & Markets; Fiscal Policy; Government & Non Profit Accounting; International Economics & Trade; Macro Economics; Micro Economics; Monetary Policy; Public Policy Economics; Regional Economics, Social Policy, Social Sciences.
A General Edition Call for Papers has been released – For more information see: Call for Papers.
Submission Process: Manuscripts should be submitted online at http://epubs.scu.edu.au/jesp
Submission Guidelines: Manuscripts should adhere to the submission guidelines available from the JESP website http://epubs.scu.edu.au/jesp/policies.html
Current Issue: 2014
JESP Special Edition: Research and Policy in Regional Australia
Susan Kinnear and Kate Charters
Catchment-Scale Governance in Northern Australia: A Preliminary Evaluation
Allan P. Dale, Bob Pressey, Vanessa M. Adams, Jorge G. Álvarez- Romero, Mike Digby, Rebecca Dobbs, Michael Douglas, Amélie A. Augé, Mirjam Maughan, John Childs, David Hinchley, Ian Landcaster, Ian Perdrisat, and Niilo Gobius
Benefits of Skilled Migration Programs for Regional Australia: Perspectives from the Northern Territory
Andrew J. Taylor, Lauren Bell Ms, and Rolf Gerritsen Professor
Pride and Profit: Geographical Indications as Regional Development Tools in Australia
William Van Caenegem, Jen A. Cleary, and Peter Drahos
Aquaculture in Regional Australia: Responding to Trade Externalities. A Northern NSW Case Study.
Jeffrey A. Guy, Alistair McIlgorm, and Peter Waterman
Endogenous Growth, Local Competitiveness and Regional Development: Western Australia’s Regional Cities, 2001-2011
Paul Plummer, Matthew Tonts, and Kirsten Martinus
Economic Gardening: Capacity Building for Stronger Regions
Patrice Braun, Jessie Harman, and Frank Paton