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Special issue on China
Special issue on China
Emerald Group Publishing Limited and International Journal of Social Economics would like to invite authors to submit papers for a special issue on China, to be published as part of the 2008 volume.
Ideally, the issue will be divided into two parts and bound together as a ''double issue'' of the journal; if enough good papers are received.
Part I will be open to papers that align themselves with the following subject matters:
economics and political ideology;
economics and culture;
recognized value systems; and
impact of economics on religion and human rights.
Part II will be more specialized and deal with some of the currently pressing problems in China, namely:
land value taxation;
land use; and
associated issues with income distribution, productivity, the environment and the discretionary opportunities of the state.
Papers should be sent electronically by e-mail (in a Wordformat file) to the guest editor by the submission deadline of15 December 2007. Authors are asked to follow the International Journal of Social Economics standard formatting requirements. Details of which can be found at: www.emeraldinsight.com/info/journals/ijse/notes.jsp. Received papers will be reviewed in accordance with normal IJSE processes.
The Guest Editor of this IJSE special issue is Francis K Peddle (Attorney at Law, Ottawa, Canada email@example.com). Authors wishing to discuss the general suitability of their paper prior to submission are invited to contact the guest editor by e-mail.
About the journal
International Journal of Social Economics aims to provide its readers with a unique forum for the exchange and sharing of information in this complex area of economics. The journal will present the social-economic problems, as expressed by economists, philosophers, political scientists, historians and business academics, with their consequent ethical considerations.
Increasing economic interaction, allied to the social and political changes evident in many parts of the world, has created a need for more sophisticated understanding of the social, political and cultural influences which govern our societies. The journal, with its philosophical discussions of research findings, combined with commentary on international developments in social economics, makes a genuinely valuable contribution to current understanding of the subject and the growth of new ideas.