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Emerald's philosophy concerning impact of research is explained. Discover what Emerald means by impact, how Emerald measures impact and what impact information Emerald provides, as well as links to further information sources.
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Emerald's partnership with Peerwith offers an author services platform providing editorial support (including language editing and translation, visuals, and consulting) to help academics get their research submission-ready.
Find out who has won one of our prestigious Emerald Literati Network awards. These awards recognize the efforts of authors and editors and celebrate the outstanding contributions many have made, not only to our journals, but to the body of knowledge itself.
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A comprehensive set of "How to..." guides for authors – advice direct from the publisher on planning, writing and revising an article, by yourself or with others, to maximize its chance of acceptance by your chosen journal.
What are, and what will be, the hot topics in your interest areas? What criteria do editors and reviewers use to select papers? How could you increase your chances of publication? Find out by hearing what our editors have to say.
Emerald now offers a new service for authors who have received direct funding for their research, which makes their published article Open Access immediately on publication. Read this section for more information.