Here are the latest announcements from SSRN:
Announcing New PSN Political Science Educator: Courses, Cases & Teaching Subject Matter eJournal
We are pleased to announce a new Political Science
Network (PSN) Subject Matter eJournal – Political Science Educator: Courses, Cases & Teaching eJournal. POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATOR: COURSES, CASES & TEACHING eJOURNAL View Papers: http://ssrn.com/link/PSN-Educator.html Subscribe: http://hq.ssrn.com/jourInvite.cfm?link=PSN-Educator Description: This eJournal is a venue for the exploration of pedagogical issues in political science. We encourage submissions of materials that address teaching and learning in any subfield of the discipline. Relevant materials might address topics such as internships, service and experiential learning, role-playing simulations, study abroad and other international experience, assessment, the use of technology in delivering course content, course design, diversity, curriculum design, as well as syllabi and other teaching materials. Submissions related to both undergraduate and graduate education are welcome. This eJournal distributes abstracts as works in progress with links to the full-text working papers in the SSRN eLibrary.
Humanistic Management Network Joins MRN Management Research Centers Papers
We are pleased to announce Humanistic Management Network has started a MRN Management Research Centers Papers series within the Management Research Network (MRN). HUMANISTIC MANAGEMENT NETWORK RESEARCH PAPER SERIES View Abstracts: http://www.ssrn.com/link/Humanistic-Mgmt-Network-RES.html Subscribe: http://hq.ssrn.com/jourInvite.cfm?link=Humanistic-Mgmt-Network-RES This is the electronic journal of the Humanistic Management Network, which aims to protect human dignity and promote human flourishing through “humanistic” management. Our foci are twofold 1) to increase the discourse across academic disciplines with a focus on a) the protection of human dignity and b) the promotion of human well-being within the carrying
capacities of the planet as well as 2) increasing the discourse across academia, practice, policy and media. With this journal we wish to foster such an exchange and promote public intellectuals that engage in solution oriented theorizing that address humanity’s larger challenges (including, but not limited to environmental degradation, climate change, extinction of species including the human species, as well as social justice, social inequity, and loss of societal trust). Some areas of inquiry and discourse focus on how organizations, esp. businesses can become a catalyst for societal betterment. As such we are in part focusing on social innovation, social entrepreneurship and social justice related issues that pertain to management. We also wish to include all research, practice and policy enabling human flourishing as the outcome of organizing.