Regional Focus and Socio-economic
Journal of Health and
Population in Developing Countries
A semi-annual publication of the
Department of Health Policy and Administration, School of Public
Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA.
The Journal of Health and Population
in Developing Countries is an interdisciplinary semi-annual
journal devoted to policy and management issues in health and
population fields in developing countries. This Journal is
committed to maintaining a high international standard of
scholarship through peer review and editorial actions. It
accepts articles based on empirical research, advocacy, personal
experiences, analysis, as well as thought-provoking ideas.
Published quarterly,online abstracts from 1995&1996,
online full text since 1997.
"This journal is a quarterly in the interdisciplinary
field of regional and urban studies. Its purpose is to promote
high quality scholarship on the important theoretical and
empirical issues in regional science."
African Population Studies
African Population Studies is a bilingual journal (French and
English) published two times a year in April and October by the
Union for African Population Studies. It publishes dependable
and timely information emanating from original research on
African population, development and related fields.
The Africa Recovery office of the United
Nations Department of Public Information seeks to provide timely and
accurate news and analysis on the critical economic and development
challenges facing the African continent. Its flagship publication is
Africa Recovery magazine, which first appeared in 1987, but it also
produces in-depth Briefing Papers, information kits, and other releases.
Africa Recovery examines the many issues
that confront the people of Africa, its leaders and its international
partners: economic reform, debt, education and health, women's
advancement, conflict and civil strife, democratization, aid,
investment, trade, regional integration, rural development and many
African Studies Quarterly
An issue contains 2-4 articles and 3-5 book reviews. The
journal started publication in 1997 and produced four issues in
its first year. The site contains almost no graphics and thus
downloads very quickly. All contents are available online since
it is an electronic publication only.
ASQ is an interdisciplinary publication examining various topics
related to the African continent. Previous writings include
religion an philosophy,
and one issue had a regional focus
Publication of the South African Institute of International
Part of the SAIIA Nepad project, this
electronic journal focuses on finding and assessing new policy
Africa. Published monthly since May
Governance and Public
Administration in Africa
Publication of the Development
Managemelectronic journal of contemporary japanese studiesent
Forum in Addis Abbeba (since 1992).
This Bulletin is intended as a means
of communication between researchers, civil society and policy
makers involved in the process of development policy management.
It is especially interested n the interface between the
democratization process and the institutional processes through
which policy is formulated and implemented.
Journal of Sustainable
Development in Africa
JSDA is a refereed journal
published twice a year - Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer to
strengthen and foster sustainable development and planning
efforts in Africa.
The general belief is that both
theoretical and operational discussions of development efforts
in Africa must be interdisciplinary and as such policy makers
and academics will have a useful academic journal which could be
instrumental in moving Africa's development forward. The journal
will focus on debates on sustainability and development;
development paradigms; social, cultural, economic, and
ecological sustainability; the politics of sustainable
development with regard to governance and international
collaboration for sustainable development in Africa.
"Africa Resource Center is pleased
to publish West Africa Review [WAR], an ejournal devoted to the
promotion of research and scholarship of importance to the
global African community and friends of Africa. We are proud to
be a viable force in the international arena of African studies.
Through our web resource database, online bibliographic list of
scholars publication, book publications, sponsorship of
journals, and the promotion of artists and poets, we are working
to provide specific Africa-relevant materials for the global
The American Prospect
The American Prospect was launched in 1990 by Paul Starr.
Full text online since fall 1992.
"The aim of The American Prospect is to contribute to a
renewal of America's democratic traditions by presenting a
practical and convincing vision of liberal philosophy, politics,
and public life."
ASIAN PERSPECTIVE (in English)
is ta quarterly journal of regional and international affairs
edited by the Korean Institute for Far Eastern Studies.. Since
1995, Asian Perspective has been edited and published in
cooperation with Portland State University, U.S.A.
Published since 1977, Asian Perspective includes
articles on the social sciences with a particular emphasis on
world/comparative politics and Asia's regional affairs.
South Asia Graduate Research
Published since the Spring of 1994, SAGAR appears twice a
year with all of its contents available online in HTML format.
Note that some issues are presented on one Webpage in their
entirety,and since some of them (earlier versions) do not
include hyperlinks, you have to scroll down to find the article
you are interested in. Archives are also available in BINHEX
Sponsored by the Center for
Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.
"The journal showcases exceptional graduate student and junior
scholar articles. It also includes faculty and graduate research
methodology, report s from the field, and book reviews." The
issues also contain graduate student profiles in an effort to
match up people with similar interests.
A News Weekly Published each Thursday
electronic journal of contemporary japanese studies
The ejcjs is a journal in the social
sciences that is dedicated to publishing academic research and
scholarly writing on all issues related to contemporary Japanese
society, economy, politics, and culture. This journal adopts an
inter-disciplinary stance in the hope that it will contribute to
a deeper and broader understanding of Japan and the Japanese
people as an integral part of global 21st century life and that
it will, consequently, help to improve our understanding of the
totality of human experience.
Bimonthly journal Full texts
(pdf) since oct 1997
Japan Echo features translations of essays, interviews, and
discussions by noted commentators on topics of interest in Japan
today. Along with current and past issues, the site offers an
open forum for active online exchange on these topics.
Journal of Bhutan Studies
The Journal is a bi-annual publication of The Centre
for Bhutan Studies.
It presents scholarly and researched
articles on the social, cultural, and economic aspects of
Social Science Japan
A newsletter of the
Institute of Social Science,
Tokyo. Published on-line not regularly since July 1994.
"The purpose of this newsletter is to provide concise
information in English on key people, important literature and
recent developments in four fields of social science research on
Japan: economics, political science, law and, to a limited
extent, sociology. Social Science Japan is published by the
Studies in Japanese Society,
which has been established within the Institute of Social
Science (ISS), University of Tokyo."
- Journal of Social Sciences of the Turkish World
bilig is the first refereed journal
published according to the international standards with the
purpose of bringing up the riches of the Turkish world in the
field of social sciences and evaluate its historical and actual
problems with a scientific approach. It is published quarterly,
that is in Winter/January, Spring/April, Summer/July and
is published to bring forth the cultural riches, historical and
actual realities of the Turkish World in a scholarly manner; to
inform the public opinion about the scientific studie
is on the international
level concerning Turkish World.
Bulletin zur schweizerischen
Online issues go back to 1993 with all contents available.
The site also has a page devoted to announcements about related
lectures and conferences.
This annual newsletter features articles on Swiss security
policy. In addition to the five or more articles published each
year, a chronology of annual events related to Swiss security
policy is also available in each issue.
Central Europe Review
Central Europe Review’s new mission is to
establish itself as the premiere source of information on cultural and
diversity issues from Central Europe to Central Asia. CER will expand
its range to cover the full spectrum of cultures and peoples in the
region, while continuing to publish reviews and commentary by leading
academics, experts, and top journalists.
"Developments" is a free quarterly magazine produced by the
Department for International Development (DFID), a department of
UK government. Four Issues per year since 1998.
Its goal is to increase the awareness of
European Training Foundation
Standard and specific reports since
1973 in French, German and English.
European Integration online
The EIoP are published by the
executive committee of the European Communities Studies
Association Austria since 10 April 1997
The EIoP is a peer-reviewed,
interdisciplinary research paper series in the field of European
integration research. Scholarly contributions from all
relevant disciplines are welcome, e.g. from legal studies,
political science, economics, sociology, and history. For each
article, you will find both a German and an English abstract.
Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet
Founded by a group of European researchers, convinced of the
necessity for free access to and publication of knowledge, pipss.org is
a semesterly online journal devoted to the armed forces and power
institutions of post-Soviet societies.
Pipss.org is a multi-disciplinary journal, which addresses
issues across a broad field of disciplines in human and social sciences.
Its main objective is to study changes and their underlying mechanisms
in post-Soviet republics, through the analysis of the institutions that
remain most hidden from the public eye: armies and power institutions.
As an electronic journal, pipss.org also aims to promote scholarly
debate across as broad an audience as possible, and make CIS research
available to Western scholars.
Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in
JEMIE - Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe is a
peer-reviewed electronic journal edited under the auspices of the
European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI). JEMIE is a
multi-disciplinary journal, which addresses minority issues across a
broad range of studies, such as ethnopolitics, democratization, conflict
management, good governance, participation, minority issues and minority
rights. It is devoted to analysing current developments in
minority-majority relations in the wider Europe, and stimulating further
debate amongst academics, students and practitioners on issues of
instability and integration that are hampering democratic development in
Europe - both East and West.
Southeast European Politics
Southeast European Politics is a refereed academic
journal published three times per year at the Central European
University, Budapest (CEU). It is devoted to political science,
international relations, contemporary history and other areas of
academic research focusing on Southeastern Europe or pertaining to the
The journal seeks to promote a comparative approach, which takes
developments in individual countries of Southeastern Europe in the
larger context of the region. The journal encourages particularly young
academics from Southeastern Europe to submit articles and hopes to
become a forum of the young political scientists from the region.
Southeast European Politics seeks to cover the areas so far frequently
neglected in many academic debates, especially the Southern Balkan
countries of Albania, Macedonia, Kosovo, Bulgaria and Montenegro. SEEP
is published electronically and in hard copy.
Middle East Review of International Affairs
MERIA is a project owned and edited by Prof. Barry Rubin.
It is produced in conjunction with the Global Research in International
Affairs (GLORIA) Center. Our goal is to advance research on the Middle
East and foster scholarly communication and cooperation. We are a
non-partisan publication involving people across the geographical and
The Middle East Review of International Affairs (MERIA)
represents a new approach to the study of the modern Middle East. Taking
advantage of new computer technology, MERIA reaches over 17,000 readers
in more than 100 countries, serving a high-level audience of Middle East
experts, scholars, teachers, students, officials, journalists, and
people intensely interested in the region.
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