|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:
JESP is accepting manuscripts for two Special Editions in 2014:
- Special issue on 'Megatrends in Regional Australia' in association with the SEGRA Conference, and also
- '2014 Digital Rural Futures Conference Special Edition' in association with the Regional Universities Network (RUN)
If you would like to submit a paper for either of these editions, please upload your manuscript to our website using the Submit Article tab. If you have any questions, please contact Amanda Shoebridge at .
Submission Guidelines: Manuscripts should adhere to the submission guidelines available from the JESP website at http://epubs.scu.edu.au/jesp/policies.html.
JESP Special Edition: Policy Responses to Megatrends in Regional Australia
Trends in Organic and Green Food Consumption in China: Opportunities and Challenges for Regional Australian Exporters
Breda L. McCarthy, Hong-Bo Liu Dr, and Tingzhen Chen Dr
Developing an Evidence-Based Approach to Accelerating Regional City Growth: A Case Study of Victoria
Chris McDonald and Vinnie Maharaj
Deliberative Collaborative Governance as a Democratic Reform to Resolve Wicked Problems and Improve Trust
Robert Weymouth and Janette Hartz-Karp Professor
Identifying Tensions in the Development of Northern Australia: Implications for Governance
Anne Stephens Dr, Elspeth Oppermann Dr, Jim Turnour Mr, Tom Brewer Dr, Chris O'Brien Dr, Tom Rayner Dr, Gemma Blackwood Dr, and Allan P. Dale Prof
The Pros and Cons of Long Distance Commuting: Comments from South Australian Mining and Resource Workers
Gary M. Misan PhD and Elena Rudnik