Here are the latest announcements from SSRN:
Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies Joins LSN Partners in Publishing Journals
We are pleased to announce that Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies, has joined our Partners in Publishing Journals within the Legal Scholarship Network (LSN).
JERUSALEM REVIEW OF LEGAL STUDIES
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The Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies is a law journal dedicated to in-depth discussions of recent important studies of and in law. Typically, each issue consists of two symposia on a recent or forthcoming book, or on a research-project that is not quite a book. Each symposium consists of critical comments by several commentators (the first of which includes an overview of the relevant work), and a response by the person whose research project it is. The published version of the symposia is based on actual, real-life symposia held at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law, where initial versions of the comments and responses are discussed in person. The written versions of the comments and responses are then subject to a review process that ensures not just the quality of the critical exchange, but also that the texts incorporate the lessons of the oral discussion at the symposium. The JRLS fills a gap in the current legal literature by offering a stage for the kind of sustained and focused critical discussion of influential theoretical research-projects.
The JRLS engages books and other research projects in all methodological disciplines of legal theory, and of all legal areas. The projects discussed are chosen by the editors based on their importance, theoretical significance, interest, and influence. The JRLS ensures that the selection of commentators is such as to encourage critical examination of the relevant work both from within the relevant sub-discipline, and from related fields and sub-disciplines.
Announcing New MRN Business History & Nonprofit Organizations Research Network
We are pleased to announce the creation of the Business History & Nonprofit Organizations Research Network (BHNP) within the Management Research Network.
BUSINESS HISTORY eJOURNAL
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Description: This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts that focus on the creation, evolution, and emergence of industries and business entities throughout history. Submitted papers may be conceptual or empirical in nature and emphasize a chronological orientation. The purpose of the eJournal is to describe, explain, and better understand the origin, development, and progression of events and issues that lead to the success or failure of these industries or business entities. To accomplish this purpose, submitted papers may focus on the recording and analysis of past events related to specific business issues related to finance, accounting, marketing, economics, administration, production, ethics, management, policy development, human resources, and international business. Specific topics within this journal include industry development, management theory and practice, global firms, governmental policy, macroeconomic policy, microeconomic policy, social policy, and other business history topics.
NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS eJOURNAL
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Description: This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts related to all aspects of management important to nonprofit organizations and foundations. The eJournal welcomes research with a focus on the best practices and most forward thinking advice on the special needs, challenges, and opportunities of nonprofit organizations. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, insights on the common concerns of nonprofit organizations in all settings such as social services and social work, community initiatives and development, compensation and benefits, donor issues, diversity, disaster response, employment law, ethics, fiscal governance, fundraising and charitable giving, human services, healthcare issues, higher education administration, leadership, new legal and tax issues, public policy and legislation, religious philanthropy, technology, volunteers, veteran’s charities, board governance and issues, arts management, and other nonprofit organizations topics.