Women's Philanthropy is a focus for empowering the lives of women and girls. Supporting non-profit programs that help women and girls through encouragement to build lives that maintain stability, the result is dynamic transformation and social change. This is a clearinghouse for sharing information and resources, as well as a forum for promoting dialogue, exchange and feedback about critical issues that affect women's lives.
We are pleased to announce the creation of Sustainability Research & Policy Network (SRPN).
It will provide a worldwide, online community for research in all areas
of sustainability and policy, following the model of other subject
matter networks within SSRN.
We expect SRPN to become a comprehensive online resource for research in
sustainability and policy, providing scholars with access to current
work in their field and facilitating research and scholarship.
SRPN is sponsored by GSE Research,
a new online publisher whose aim is to provide a valuable bridge
between scholarly research and practice in the fields of governance,
environment and sustainability. GSE offers a fast and friendly
publication process and global dissemination of your work. Authors
retain the right to publish later versions elsewhere if desired. SRPN's
founding director is John Peters, CEO of GSE Research (email@example.com)
and is edited by Colin Fisher from Nottingham Business School,
Nottingham Trent University, and Timothy M. Devinney from University of
Technology, Sydney (UTS), Faculty of Business.
Initially, SRPN will begin with the following 25 Subject Matter
eJournals, and subscriptions will be free during the start-up phase
through September 2012. SRPN will also begin with two Research Paper
Series - Center for Robust Decisionmaking on Climate & Energy Policy
(RDCEP) Working Paper Series and International Food Policy Research
Institute (IFPRI) Discussion Paper Series - as noted below.
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