Weekly Announcements – May 7, 2012

Here are the latest announcements from SSRN:

Review of Environment, Energy & Economics (Re3) Joins ERN Partners in Publishing Journals

We are pleased to announce Review of Environment, Energy & Economics (Re3) has joined our ERN Partners in Publishing Journals within the Economics Research Network (ERN).

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The Review of Environment, Energy and Economics, in short Re3, is a tool for the dissemination of the work and research-based policy analysis of FEEM researchers and leading international scholars, covering the areas of the environment, energy and economics, and offering new insights into the challenges ahead.

The target readership spans from researchers and academics to policy makers, journalists, professionals, firms, and a general audience of readers wishing to understand the intricacies of the environment-energy-economics challenge. Re3 publishes non technical scientific articles and policy-oriented contributions, selected presentations, literature surveys, interviews to leading scholars and experts, short briefs on FEEM research areas and book reviews.

It collects both invited contributions and unsolicited submissions, and readers will have the opportunity to comment on the posts. Re3 aims at a steady flow of contributions, and it publishes new submissions as they become available, rather than collecting articles for release as an issue. Open access is provided to all readers, and the processes of submission, evaluation, and publication are electronic.

MultiRights Joins Law Research Centers Papers

We are pleased to announce MultiRights has started a Law Research Centers Papers series within the Legal Scholarship Network (LSN).

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The MultiRights Research Paper Series examines the legitimacy of multi-level human rights judiciary. The MultiRights project scrutinizes claims of legitimacy deficits, and considers reform proposals for global and European human rights organs. The staff of the MultiRights project is interdisciplinary (Law, Philosophy, Political Sciences, etc.) and the papers cover topics such as plausible models for Human Rights Judiciary assessed by Contested Constitutional Principle of Legitimacy: Human Rights values, the Rule of Law, Subsidiarity, and Democracy. The MultiRights project is funded by an Advanced Grant of the European Research Council.

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