Dear ASAP Journal friends,
You can propose a Special Issue of Journal ASAP – the Special Issues Editor will approve or reject it after consulting with the Editorial Board. If accepted, you (and any co-guest editors) will be responsible for developing the issue and leading the initial review process. A SI should be similar to an edited book: with a clear thematic focus that is explained by the guest editor(s) in their introduction and a well-composed set of papers that together cover the theme in a balanced and comprehensive way.
We typically expect at least eight papers to be included. These may be of any type that Journal ASAP accepts research essays, review papers, research notes, reports, book reviews, opinions, letters, and interviews.
Please note that we are looking for (i) poverty-relevance, (ii) interdisciplinary, (iii) international diversity of contributors with (iv) ample participation by Southern authors.
If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us: email@example.com
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