January 8, 2018 |
Journals Development Coordinator
We are pleased to offer all our editors, board members, and reviewers a discount on their purchase of Taylor & Francis Group books (including those under the Routledge, CRC Press, Garland Science, Psychology Press, and Focal Press imprints).
July 11, 2016 |
Merle Zwiers, Early Career Editor, International Journal of Housing Policy
Q&A with Merle Zwiers, Early Career Editor, International Journal of Housing Policy
Merle Zwiers, a PhD student in Urban Geography at Delft University of Technology, was recently appointed the new role of early career editor at the International Journal of Housing Policy. In this short interview, Merle tells us about her experiences as a young researcher in the world of academic publishing. How did she become an early career editor? What are the benefits and challenges that come with this position?
February 17, 2016 |
Richard Goodman, Managing Editor
Editorial boards come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but nearly all journals will have one and they are a fundamental factor in creating a sustainable and successful publication. This post suggests some key points to consider when constructing your editorial board, and engaging with board members on your journal’s activities and decisions.
July 17, 2015 |
Editorial Board meetings, typically held annually, are vital to the continued editorial development of any journal. They offer the journal board the opportunity to make key decisions, share ideas, and discuss the journal’s progress. Taylor & Francis can often help with Editorial Board meeting arrangements but planning and chairing a meeting is often a responsibility that falls to the Editor-in-Chief. Get the most out of the opportunity by reading these tips for planning and running an effective Editorial Board meeting.