The Economic & Labour Relations Review (ELRR) is a double-blind, refereed journal. Original articles which are concerned with contemporary issues, developments and policy making may be submitted via the ScholarOne™ Manuscripts website for consideration for publication, provided they have not been published elsewhere, or are under consideration for publication elsewhere.
The journal accepts three types of submission for refereeing:
- Scholarly / research-based Articles (8,000 words max)
- Review Articles discussing a number of significant recent publications in context (6,000 words max)
- Substantial scholarly Replies (6,000 words max)
It also welcomes shorter non-refereed Book Reviews and Comments (2000-4000 words).
The ELRR is produced jointly by the Centre for Applied Economic Research (CAER) and the Industrial Relations Research Centre (IRRC) at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). It is published by SAGE Publications.
Publication frequency: Four times a year
Current issue - now available
Edition: Volume 24 Number 2 June 2013
Symposium in Honour of Professor John W Nevile John Nevile: A cool head but a warm heart. Tim Harcourt
John Nevile: The last two decades. John Lodewijks in conversation with John W Nevile
Macroeconomic policy challenges in the Asian century. Ken Henry
National fiscal consolidation and the challenge to Australian federalism. Neil Warren
The Australian basic wage case of 1930–1931: Judge-made economic policy. Keith Hancock
Researching poverty: Methods, results and impact. Peter Saunders
Evidence-based policy: What sort of evidence do governments need?
Faith, works and talents entwined: Driving forces behind John Nevile’s contributions. GC Harcourt, Peter Kriesler and John Langmore
When Australian defence procurement goes wrong: Improving outcomes in a troubled contractual environment. Jenny Stewart and Tony Ablong
John E King, The Microfoundations Delusion: Metaphor and Dogma in the History of Macroeconomics. Frederic S Lee
Matthias Matthijs, Ideas and Economic Crises in Britain from Attlee to Blair (1945-2005). Barrie Dyster