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AuthorAID

AuthorAID websiteAuthorAID helps researchers in developing countries to publish and otherwise communicate their work.

It also serves as a wider global forum to discuss and disseminate research. Whether you're an early career researcher in a developing country who could benefit from support and mentoring, an established academic with a strong track record who wants to give something back to the research community, or are just keen to get involved in some stimulating discussions, why not register for free?

Africa

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Aims to help African authors give their papers the best possible chance of publication by helping them progress successfully through the various stages from pre-submission of the manuscript, to revision and, finally, publication.

It seeks to engage with electronic publishing and its possible value to African scholarship and discuss how e-publishing creates an opportunity for Africa to increase access to published works from elsewhere, as well as an opportunity for African scholarship to be read by the global academic community. This Publishing Guide for African Authors is published in cooperation with the Africa Academy of Management (AFAM) and includes a foreword written by Professor Stella Nkomo, President, AFAM and Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of Pretoria (original version created by Dr Lucy Lu, Academic Director, MBA Programme, Newcastle University Business School).


China

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Although there has been a significant increase in the number of opportunities for international research collaboration, there are still barriers and difficulties for Chinese scholars in getting published in international journals.

These are centred on the different academic background, educational system and philosophical approach that underpin the process of research and academic viewpoints in the papers. This guide aims to provide practical guidance for Chinese academics and researchers who are seeking either to develop their international profile by publishing in Emerald journals or to enhance their knowledge of collaboration with Western researchers. This Publishing Guide for Chinese Authors was created by Dr Lucy Lu, Director of MBA Programmes, Associate Professor in Innovation Management, School of Management, Plymouth Business School, UK.

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Thinking about publishing a special issue in an Emerald journal? Here are some guidelines on what is involved and how to get started.

Topics covered include: proposing a special issue; handling submissions and managing the peer review process; submitting copy for publication; and post-editing and post-publication. Includes details of recent Emerald special issues from China.


India

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Thinking about publishing a special issue in an Emerald journal? Here are some guidelines on what is involved and how to get started.

Topics covered include: proposing a special issue; handling submissions and managing the peer review process; submitting copy for publication; and post-editing and post-publication. Includes details of recent Emerald special issues from India.


Japan

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The Japanese Author Booklet highlights some of the outstanding contributions from Japanese researchers published in Emerald journals and expands on Emerald’s commitment to authors, researchers, librarians and managers in Japan.

You can read sample articles, find out about our Research Awards, see from which Japanese institutions our contributors originate, and read what Japanese authors have to say about their experiences publishing with Emerald.


Latin America

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View the PowerPoint presentation – "Cómo los autores pueden maximizar sus oportunidades de ser publicados" – by Emerald's Cristina Irving at the CLADEA 2009 Conference at Universidad Del Pacifico-Campus Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Aims to demystify the academic publishing process, provide tips and insider knowledge, and answer key questions to maximize your chances of publication.


Russia

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The Russian Author Booklet highlights some of the outstanding contributions from Russian researchers published in Emerald journals and expands on Emerald’s commitment to authors, researchers, librarians and managers in Russia.

You can read sample articles, find out about our Research Awards, see from which Russian institutions our contributors originate, and read what Russian authors have to say about their experiences publishing with Emerald.