Weekly Announcements – April 17, 2013

Here are the latest announcements from SSRN:

Tokyo Center for Economic Research (TCER) Joins Economics Research Centers Papers

We are pleased to announce Tokyo Center for Economic Research (TCER) has started an Economics Research Centers Papers series within the Economics Research Network (ERN).

TOKYO CENTER FOR ECONOMIC RESEARCH (TCER) RESEARCH PAPER SERIES

View Abstracts: http://www.ssrn.com/link/Tokyo-Center-Economic-Research-RES.html
Subscribe: http://hq.ssrn.com/jourInvite.cfm?link=Tokyo-Center-Economic-Research-RES

Tokyo Center for Economic Research (TCER) is an inter-university organization managed by economists at prominent universities in the Tokyo metropolitan area, since 1959. TCER has three core activities: research projects by TCER fellows, TCER conferences, and promotion of international research such as helping the Journal of the Japanese and International Economies (JJIE). The TCER working paper series was started in 2006 to provide an inter-university depository to find research papers in one place, just like NBER working papers and CEPR working papers. TCER working papers cover most JEL classifications and can be submitted by TCER fellows or invited researchers at TCER conferences.

Utrecht University Joins Law School Research Papers – Legal Studies

We are pleased to announce Utrecht University School of Law has started a Law School Research Papers – Legal Studies series within the Legal Scholarship Network (LSN).

UTRECHT UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW LEGAL STUDIES RESEARCH PAPER SERIES

View Papers: http://www.ssrn.com/link/Utrecht-U-LEG.html

The Utrecht University School of Law has provided quality research and education for more than 375 years. Constant innovation has enabled the school to maintain its leading position.

Top-ranking research is conducted in all important legal fields: private law, criminal law, constitutional and administrative law and international law. Researchers collaborate intensively with foreign partners, mainly from the angle of European and comparative law. The school of law also conducts contract research and consultancy for other organisations.

Distinguishing characteristics:
– Multidisciplinary: legal researchers collaborate intensively with academics from other disciplines. The law, economics and governance disciplines have joined forces in one faculty.
– This approach supports socially relevant research connected to current issues and developments.
– The school of law’s wide-ranging research areas and academic programmes attract the most talented and motivated researchers and students.

The Utrecht University School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series contains abstracts, works in progress, and published papers from our school of law.

Announcing APSA 2013 Teaching & Learning Conference Abstracts & Papers on SSRN

In cooperation with the American Political Science Association, the Political Science Network (PSN) is pleased to announce the APSA 2013 Teaching & Learning Conference abstracts and papers on SSRN.

2013 APSA TEACHING AND LEARNING CONFERENCE

View Papers: http://www.ssrn.com/link/APSA-Teaching-2013.html
Conference URL: http://www.apsanet.org/content_31632.cfm

Meeting Theme: Teaching Political Science: Preparing Students for Success

This year marked the 10th anniversary of the APSA Teaching and Learning Conference. To honor the meeting’s contributions to the discipline, there was a special roundtable reflecting on ten years of the teaching conference and offering strategies for the future of political science education.

The APSA Teaching and Learning Conference is a unique meeting in which APSA strives to promote greater understanding of cutting-edge approaches, techniques, and methodologies for the political science classroom. The conference provides a forum for scholars to share effective and innovative teaching and learning models and to discuss broad themes and values of political science education – especially the scholarship of teaching and learning.

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