Brian E. Bride
Brian Bride is Professor and Director of the School of Social Work at Georgia State University. His research and teaching interests are in the areas of behavioral health care, primary and secondary traumatic stress, health services research, HIV/AIDS, and workforce well-being. Brian E. Bride’s Bio
Traumatology® is a primary reference for professionals all over the world who study and treat people exposed to highly stressful and traumatic events, such as terrorist bombings, war disasters, fires, accidents, criminal and familial abuse, hostage-taking, hospitalization, major illness, abandonment, and sudden unemployment. Visit the journal website
W. Bartley Hildreth
Bart Hildreth joined the faculty in July 2009. Previously, at Wichita State University, Hildreth was the Regents Distinguished Professor of Public Finance with joint appointments in the public administration faculty of the Hugo Wall School of Urban and Public Affairs and the finance faculty of the W. Frank Barton School of Business. Hildreth has served as interim dean of the Barton School of Business and dean of the Andrew Young School. W. Bartley Hildreth’s Bio
The Municipal Finance Journal is the only professional journal devoted to municipal securities and state and local financing. Published quarterly since 1982, the MFJ provides timely analysis, cutting-edge research and creative ideas on public securities, tax-exempt bonds, infrastructure financing and state and local finance. Visit the journal website
Joshua Hinkle is an Associate Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Georgia State University. His research interests include evidence-based policing, crime and place, the disorder-crime nexus and fear of crime. View Joshua Hinkle’s Bio.
Criminal Justice Review (CJR), a peer-reviewed and published quarterly, is a scholarly journal dedicated to presenting a broad perspective on criminal justice issues within the domestic United States. CJR provides a forum for social scientists to report research findings for informed policy making with respect to crime and justice through innovative and advanced methodologies and can feature local, state, or national concerns. Visit the journal website.
Jorge Martinez-Vazquez is the Regents Professor in the Department of Economics and the Director of the International Center of Public Policy at Georgia State University. Martinez-Vazquez’s principal interest are in public sector economics. His expertise in fiscal decentralization, taxation and fiscal management has led to consulting assignments with federal agencies and state governments in the United States and over 60 countries. Martinez-Vazquez has directed two notable projects, the $20 million USAID Fiscal Reform Project in the Russian Federation (1997-2000) and the $1 million World Bank Tax Policy Review Project in Pakistan (2008-2009). Jorge Martinez-Vazquez’s Bio
Hacienda Pública Española/Review of Public Economics seeks to publish original and innovative research. Hacienda Pública Española/Review of Public Economics is published by the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IEF). The IEF, in accordance with its assigned functions, is a center for training, research, documentation and publishing. Its institutional mission is to create and structure points for reflection and research, both internal and external, connecting to the needs of Inland Revenue and of society. To do this, it publishes extensively in order to consolidate the different existing collections of books and to enhance the dissemination of the research carried out within or with the help of this Institute. Visit the journal website
Scott Jacques is Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Georgia State University. He received his Ph.D. from The University of Missouri – St. Louis in 2010. His research focuses on crimes against drug dealers, the offenders’ perspective more broadly, and theorizing method. He has interviewed hundreds of active offenders in the United States and the Netherlands, including drug sellers, robbers, and shoplifters. His coauthored book is Code of the Suburb: Inside the World of Young Middle-Class Drug Dealers (University of Chicago Press). His work has been published in journals such as Criminology, Crime & Delinquency, The International Journal of Drug Policy, The Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, Justice Quarterly, and Theoretical Criminology. He also serves as Editor of The International Criminal Justice Review. Scott Jacques bio.
International Criminal Justice Review (ICJR) publishes peer-reviewed research on crime and justice across the globe. Since the journal’s inception, it maintains a strong interest in cross-national studies. Moving forward, the journal is also particularly interested in publishing research on environmental criminology, immigration and crime, drugs/alcohol and crime, as well as research based on ethnographic or innovative methods. View the journal website.
…Qualitative…Criminology (QC) is short for The Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology, a diamond open access journal: free to read and publish in. It publishes peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary research on making laws, breaking them, and reacting to that. Publications inform criminological concepts, theories, methods, policies, and practices. View the journal website.
John C. Thomas
With three books and more than fifty articles in print, John Thomas is known internationally for his research on various aspects of public management and public policy. Much of that research focuses on how citizens connect with their governments and how those connections can be improved. John C. Thomas’ Bio
The American Review of Public Administration (ARPA), peer-reviewed and published bi-monthly, is one of the elite scholarly journals in public administration and public affairs. ARPA focuses on public administration broadly defined, publishing scholarship on all aspects of the field, including such areas as organization and management studies, program and performance evaluation, and budgeting and financial management, network governance, public involvement and public service motivation. Although rooted in U.S. public administration, ARPA also carries research from international and comparative settings. Visit the journal website
Sally Wallace is the Dean of the Andrew Young School and a Professor in the Department of Economics at Georgia State University. Wallace’s principal interests are federal, state, local and international taxation and analysis and intergovernmental fiscal relations. Sally Wallace’s Bio
International Tax and Public Finance serve as an outlet for first-rate original research on both theoretical and empirical aspects of fiscal policy, broadly interpreted to include expenditure and financing policies. A special emphasis is on the open economy or, more generally, inter-jurisdictional issues: the interaction of policies across jurisdictions and the effects of those policies on economic (and political economy) outcomes. This international/inter-jurisdictional focus is not, however, an exclusive one: high-quality contributions in any area of public finance (e.g., single-country tax reform analysis) will also be welcome. Visit the journal website
Tax Notes is a collection of publications by Tax Analysts, a non-profit tax publisher. Tax Notes’ news publications provide comprehensive but impartial coverage of tax news, while Tax Notes’ commentary publications contribute spirited and personable voices to the conversation and debate around the understanding and application of tax policy. Visit the journal website
Dr. Deborah Whitley is the Co-director of the National Center on Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, and Associate Director for Project Healthy Grandparents (PHG), a university sponsored program providing health and social support services to grandparents raising grandchildren in the Atlanta community. Deborah Whitley’s Bio
GrandFamilies: The Contemporary Journal of Research, Practice and Policy is the first online peer-review journal to promote the status of grandparent-headed families through high quality research and practice, which informs sound policy. Visit the journal website
An expert in public finance, Roy Bahl has extensive experience consulting on state and local government issues with public and private agencies, including Standard & Poor’s Corp., several city and state governments, and federal agencies. Bahl headed the staffs of the Ohio and Georgia Tax Commissions. Roy Bahl’s Bio
The Journal of Asian Economics provides a forum for publication of increasingly growing research in Asian economic studies and a unique forum for continental Asian economic studies with focus on (i) special studies in adaptive innovation paradigms in Asian economic regimes, (ii) studies relative to unique dimensions of Asian economic development paradigm, as they are investigated by researchers, (iii) comparative studies of development paradigms in other developing continents, Latin America and Africa, (iv) the emerging new pattern of comparative advantages between Asian countries and the United States and North America, and (v) the emerging economic dimensions following the one-currency based European Economic Community and the new economic reforms in Soviet Union and in Eastern European Countries. Visit the journal website
James C. Cox
Professor Cox has conducted research on integration of portfolio choice and consumer demand theories, public expenditure theory, credit rationing, energy policy, economics and political economics of minimum wage legislation, auction markets, job search models, decentralized mechanisms for control of monopoly, the utility hypothesis, the preference reversal phenomenon, procurement contracting, the lottery payoff experimental procedure, topics in social epistemology and legal theory, and group vs. individual behavior in strategic market games and fairness games. James C. Cox’s Bio
The Economics Bulletin is an open-access letters journal founded in 2001 with the mission of providing free and extremely rapid scientific communication across the entire community of research economists. EB publishes original notes, comments, and preliminary results. Visit the journal website
Kaufman’s research interests include labor markets, human resource management systems, employee representation, history of economic and management thought, labor and employment law, behavioral economics, and institutional economics. He has published numerous scholarly articles and has edited or written 16 books. Bruce Kaufman’s Bio
Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations is a refereed research volume published annually or biannually. Although the series is designed to focus on industrial relations issues, the editors welcome articles from scholars in diverse disciplines, such as economics, law, history, organizational behavior, psychology, and sociology. Visit the journal website
A former staff economist and consultant for the Federal Trade Commission, Seaman serves as a consultant in private antitrust, business contractual dispute and civil tort cases. His research includes models of arts industry funding, price discrimination (including legal implications), private and public school choice, cost-benefit analysis and economic impact methodologies, international trade in cultural goods, local tax incidence and exportability, and the effects of illegal behaviors. His articles have appeared in such journals as American Economic Review, Journal of Socioeconomics, Public Finance Quarterly, Journal of Behavioral Economics, Utah Law Review and Journal of Cultural Economics. Bruce Seaman’s Bio
The Estudios de Economía Aplicada, translated to Studies in Applied Economics, is published by the Association for Applied Economics in Spain. Articles are in English or Spanish, and each article has an abstract in both English and Spanish. Visit the journal website