Oxford Centre for the Study of Law & Public Policy Joins Law Research Centers Papers
We are pleased to announce Oxford Centre for the Study of Law & Public Policy has started a Law Research Centers Papers series within the Legal Scholarship Network (LSN).
OXFORD CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH PAPER SERIES
View Papers: http://www.ssrn.com/link/Oxford-Centre-RES.html
The Oxford Centre, which houses several specialists, who have been Visiting Fellows at the University of Oxford, was established in the United Kingdom in order to: (1) provide research and examine the history, legal principles, and public policies that underlie the international rule of law, international law, international relations, human rights, global economics, the global provision of healthcare, and related subjects; (2) make recommendations on how to improve each of the aforementioned areas and to educate the public regarding them; (3) organise and sponsor forums where subject matter experts on the foregoing topics may gather to discuss ways to improve the laws and public policies applicable to each subject area; and (4) draft and produce books, notes, papers, and pamphlets that capture the suggestions for improvement and to disseminate them for consideration by governments, academics, public interest groups, and others throughout the world.
Announcing AAA MAS 2016 Meeting eJournal on SSRN
In cooperation with the American Accounting Association (AAA), the Accounting Research Network (ARN) is pleased to announce the AAA 2016 Management Accounting Section (MAS) Meeting eJournal. This eJournal is available to all subscribers at no charge and contains abstracts of the meeting papers with links to the full text in the SSRN eLibrary.
2016 Management Accounting
The Management Accounting Section strives to stimulate and improve the teaching, research, and practice of accounting, which assists in the effective and efficient management of entities. This eJournal provides a data warehouse for all abstracts and papers presented at the Midyear Meeting. Abstracts of the papers will also be distributed in subject-specific eJournals within ARN and, where appropriate, in the eJournals of our sister networks.
View Papers: http://www.ssrn.com/link/AAA-MAS-2016.html
Conference URL: http://aaahq.org/Meetings/2016/Management-Accounting
University of Adelaide Joins Law Research Centers Papers
We are pleased to announce Research Unit on Military Law and Ethics (RUMLAE) at the Law School of the University of Adelaide has started a Law Research Centers Papers series within the Legal Scholarship Network (LSN).
RESEARCH UNIT ON MILITARY LAW & ETHICS (RUMLAE) RESEARCH PAPER SERIES
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The Adelaide Research Unit on Military Law and Ethics (RUMLAE) is a research unit in the Law School of the University of Adelaide. The RUMLAE Research Paper Series will concentrate on analysing contemporary challenges in the areas of national security, international relations, international law, military law, military justice, and strategic policy with a specific focus on ethical aspects relevant to the use of force. The objective of RUMLAE is to facilitate the emergence of a creative inter-disciplinary dialogue in these areas among scholars internationally.
Stanford Asia Health Policy Program Re-Joins Health Economics Research Centers Papers
We are pleased to announce the Asia Health Policy Program at Stanford University has re-started their Health Economics Research Centers Papers series within the Health Economics Network (HEN).
STANFORD ASIA HEALTH POLICY PROGRAM RESEARCH PAPER SERIES
View Papers: http://www.ssrn.com/link/Stanford-Asia-Health-Policy-Program-RES.html
The Asia Health Policy Program at the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University sponsors multidisciplinary research on health policy and demographic change in the Asia Pacific region, focusing on how comparative analysis can provide policy insight. Our working paper series promotes dissemination of high-quality social science research on health policy and demographic change in the Asia-Pacific region, drawing from the research of our affiliated faculty, postdoctoral fellows, visiting scholars, and select colleagues from throughout the region. The papers are published electronically and are available online or through email distribution. They can be accessed at http://asiahealthpolicy.stanford.edu/publications/list/0/0/4/.