Young researchers working away in libraries, archives, and labs, and scholars who have reached the top echelons of academia agree: getting published in a peer-reviewed scholarly journal is important to one’s career. We asked the chief editors of three eminent journals to offer their advice on getting published.
SER is part of a broader movement in the social sciences for the rediscovery of the socio-political foundations of the economy...Expand
The ILR REVIEW, or the Industrial and Labor Relations Review, is an interdisciplinary and international journal focused on work and employment...Expand
The editorial policy of Sociologie du Travail has three main purposes: publishing diverse research, organizing scholarly debates, and fostering exchanges among sociologists in and outside France...Expand
Have something to say. Listen to your intuitions, and follow them. Do only what you like to do, and what makes you grow. Never repeat yourself. Don't be shy...Expand
We ask two initial questions about every manuscript we receive: Is this interesting? Can we trust the findings? Authors should be prepared to answer both...Expand