Australian Economic History Review – Associate Editor position – call for expressions of interest
The Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand invites expressions of interest for the position of Associate Editor of the Australian Economic History Review. Published by Wiley-Blackwell, the AEHR appears three times per year. The journal focusses primarily on the economic and business history of the Asia Pacific region, including Australia and New Zealand.
The primary role of the Associate Editor is assigning papers to referees and making recommendations to the Editors in Chief. The editorial process is managed online through the Scholar One platform. The Associate Editor is also fully involved with decisions on AEHR editorial policies.
The position is available from late 2014, and is unpaid. The normal term of office is three years, with the potential to review.
Expressions of interests should be sent by 28 November 2014 to email@example.com, who will provide further information about the position.
The Australian Economic History Review (AEHR) aims to publish the best research concerned with the historical treatment of economic, social and business issues, with a particular interest in the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia and New Zealand. Papers may examine these issues not only from the perspective of economic history but also from the related disciplines of history, economics, history of economic thought, industrial relations, demography, sociology, politics and business studies. New methodological approaches are particularly welcome, as are comparative studies. The editors also wish to promote the exchange of critical comments on important topics in these fields.
Intending contributors should refer to the journal’s ‘author guidelines’ on the Wiley-Blackwell website.
Articles should be between 8,000 and 10,000 words. Please submit the article via ScholarOne.
Books for review should be sent to:
Associate Professor Lionel Frost
Faculty of Business and Economics
Berwick Campus Department of Economics
Ph: +61 (3) 990 47068
Fax: +61 (3) 990 47100
All submitted papers are subjected to a double blind refereeing process, which is a condition of publication.