JIED is a peer-reviewed, open access, electronic journal publishing research and policy commentary on the complex relationship between illicit markets and development. The journal is cross-disciplinary and engages with academics, practitioners, and decision makers in facilitating for interventions and development planning that incorporates an in-depth understanding of the dynamics of illicit markets. The journal welcomes scholars and practitioners from all disciplines with an interest and expertise in the complexities illicit markets pose to the achievement of key development goals, such as the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and progress towards peace and security in fragile settings.View Journal Submit an Article
The Journal of Long-Term Care is an international, multi- and inter-disciplinary, peer-reviewed, online journal established as a focus for advancing the research evidence base for all aspects of long-term care for adults. Its range includes empirical papers and theoretical discussions relevant to policy and practice, methodological papers about improving methods in social care research, and perspectives papers commenting on significant issues for the sector.
The editorial board welcomes submissions of high quality, original articles that fit with the Journal’s remit. We will consider articles that are also relevant to the care of children and younger people where there is clear relevance for adult care (e.g. concerning issues of families or transitions into adult care).
There is no fee for submitting or publishing articles. All articles are published online as open access on the journal’s website to encourage maximum impact for all work.View Journal Submit an Article
The LSE Public Policy Review is an open-access, refereed journal which is published quarterly. Each issue is thematic and concentrates on a key topic at the heart of current debates in public policy. Public policy challenges bring to the fore cross-cutting questions which require a global perspective and a focus on their interconnectedness. Because of this, articles in each issue take different disciplinary perspectives, encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration and analysis at the forefront of current thinking. As a result, each issue presents a comprehensive approach to the specific theme and an analysis that is academically rigorous but also readily accessible to all readers. The LSEPPR publishes original research papers, conceptual articles, review papers written for a general readership, in non-technical language aimed at a wide audience including government, business and policy-makers, as well as academics and students. LSEPPR seeks to actively contribute to the study and development of public and social policy, public administration and public management.View Journal Submit an Article