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 Issue 1 March 2013
- Will the United States government ever again have a
functioning budgetary system? Neil H Buchanan
- A case for pluralism in economics. John E King
- Central bank independence: A social economic and
democratic critique. Jocelyn Pixley, Sam Whimster and Shaun Wilson
- Exchange rates and the macroeconomy in an era of global
financial crises, with special reference to Australia. Peter Kriesler, J W Nevile and G C Harcourt
- The curse of accountability: Assessing relationships in the
delivery of employment services. Ann Nevile
- Public housing in Australia: A case of advanced urban marginality? Alan Morris
- Gender and pay equity in a global knowledge organisation. Susan McGrath-Champ and Therese Jefferson
- Neil Hart, Equilibrium and Evolution: Alfred Marshall and the Marshallians. John E King