Friday, 13 April 2018 09:22

Call for Papers of Special Issue: In Honor of Shin-Kun Peng

Asia-Pacific Journal of Regional Science
Call for Papers
Special Issue, In Honor of Shin-Kun Peng:

 

New Economic Geography, International Trade, and Industrial Organization Celebrating years of academic achievements by Prof. Dr. Shin-Kun Peng, a special issue is scheduled for publication in June of 2019. It welcomes submission of papers
focusing on the field of regional economics, new economic geography, international trade, industrial organization, and urban economics, in which he has devoted all his academic life and accomplished a number of good results.

 

Authors are cordially invited to submit their papers no later than 31 October, 2018, to the Editor of Asia-Pacific Journal of Regional Science. The submission website is: https://www.editorialmanager.com/ajrs/default.aspx. We promise to concern about the speed of referring process and the planned schedule.

 

All manuscripts will be refereed under the usual standard of Asia-Pacific Journal of Regional Science. Once manuscript has been accepted after review, it will be quickly released via online with DOI, which means the earlier submission, might be published online earlier, even the publication schedule of printed version is given.

 

In case the number of accepted manuscripts are eventually less than six, then accepted papers will be published in the issue scheduled immediately after June 2019 as usual research papers with authors’ agreement.

 

Please follow the Instructions for Authors of the Asia-Pacific Journal of Regional Science in preparing your manuscript. For the proper tracking of submissions, select the special feature title In Honor of Shin-kun Peng at the “Select Article Type” stage.

 

Special Issue Editor: Fu-Chuan Lai, Academia Sinica

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