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Editor: Professor Carol Adams, Faculty of Law and Management, Martin Building, La Trobe University, Melbourne (Bundoora Campus), VICTORIA 3086, Australia.
Deputy Editor: Professor Den Patten, Illinois State University, USA
Associate Editors:Professor Andrew Brennan, La Trobe University, Australia; Professor Harry Clarke, La Trobe University, Australia; Professor Juliet Roper, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Book Review Edditor: Stephen Muir, La Trobe University, Australia
Both the GRLI and the new Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal (SAMPJ) seek to find “practical and policy solutions to improve social and environmental performance.” The GRLI seeks to do this through the promotion of a next generation of responsible leaders and recognises the importance of economic, social and environmental sustainability.Leadership is an important element in fostering change within organisations and society. The SAMPJ is a multi-disciplinary journal which seeks contributions from academics, practitioners and policy-makers in order to find practical and policy solutions to bring about change.Similarly, the GRLI brings together academics from a range of disciplines and 'business practitioners' with the aim of developing responsible leadership, recognising that academics and organisational participants
need to work together to achieve the change that is needed.
The aim of the Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal is to find practical and policy solutions to improve the social and environmental sustainability performance of (private, public sector and non governmental) organisations and societies.
The Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal provides a forum for quality research contributions with practice and policy implications concerning the interactions between social and environmental sustainability, accounting, management and policy. The contributions will be drawn from differing socio-economic and political environments with an international, national or organisation specific analysis taking a single, inter- or multi- disciplinary perspective.
The journal will bring together work from a range of disciplines to promote a multi-disciplinary perspective to developing practical and policy solutions to improving the social and environmental sustainability performance of (private, public sector and non governmental) organisations and societies. (In addition to inter- and multi-disciplinary papers, the journal will take single disciplinary papers which are important to researchers/practitioners/policy makers/etc in the field, regardless of their main discipline. Such papers would be expected to be accessible to readers coming from different discipline perspectives.)
Topics may include, but are not limited to:
Key Journal Audiences:
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