Human Relations - Special Issue call for papers

Human Relations - Special Issue call for papers

Human Relations Special Issue Call for Papers:


6 March 2015

Special Issue Call for Papers:

There are a number of Human Relations special issue call for papers:

1. Conceptualising flexible careers across the life course 

Guest Editors:
Jennifer Tomlinson (University of Leeds, UK)
Marian Baird (University of Sydney, Australia)
Peter Berg (Michigan State University, USA)
Rae Cooper (University of Sydney, Australia)

Submission deadline: 1st March 2016; papers should not be submitted before 1st February 2016
Read the full call for papers 

2. Global supply chains and social relations at work

Guest Editors:
Juliane Reinecke (University of Warwick, UK)
Jimmy Donaghey (University of Warwick, UK)
Adrian Wilkinson (Griffith University, Australia)
Geoffrey Wood (University of Warwick, UK)

Submission deadline: 30 April 2016. Papers should not be submitted before 1 April 2016
Read the full call for papers

3. Call for special issue proposals

Send your idea for a special issue!

Human Relations invites proposals for special issues that focus on a specific area of research that has broad appeal and falls within the aims and scopes of the journal. Special issues provide an excellent opportunity to review a particular topic, examine previously unaddressed aspects, propose and develop new approaches, exchange perspectives and encourage new lines of research.

Special issues are edited by Guest Editors external to the usual Editorial Team and in accordance with Human Relations standard processes. Calls for papers for special issues are published in the journal and elsewhere; all submissions are welcome and are subject to peer review in the usual way.

To enable the Human Relations Editorial Team to evaluate your proposal, please prepare it in line with our Guidance for preparing special issue proposals.

Guidance for submitting special issue proposals.

The current calls will run to March 2016 and April 2016 respectively.

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