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ILO Research Paper series ILO Research Papers promote evidence-based analysis of policies that help improve employment and social outcomes. Submissions, of 8,000 to 10,000 words, should be sent to the editorial board for internal and external peer review.

The STEaPP Working Paper series publishes emerging analysis and thought with the aim of improving links between research and policy. The series will make available a diversity of outputs in different formats including pre-published versions of journal articles, drafts of longer academic or policy outputs, multi-media content and policy reports.

Future of Work Research Papers (The future of work).

SSRN Legal Studies Research Paper Series. The publishes a regular working paper series on the Social Science Research Network. The series focuses on the broad range of legal scholarship in all subject areas from members of the Faculty. The papers are published electronically and are available online or through email distribution.LEQS Discussion Paper Series. Coulter, Steve 'Signalling Moderation: UK Trade Unions, 'New Labour' and the Single Currency' LEQS Paper No. 121, December 2016. Di Cataldo, Marco 'Gaining and losing EU Objective 1 funds: Regional development in Britain and the prospect of Brexit' LEQS Paper No. 120, November 2016. Avlijas, Sonja 'Vicious and virtuous cycles of female labour force participation.The Statistics Paper Series (SPS) is a channel for statisticians, economists and other professionals to publish innovative work undertaken in the area of statistics and related methodologies that is of interest to central banks. The SPS covers both methodological and conceptual issues related to central banking statistics, new statistical topics and techniques.


On this page you will find links to articles in the BMJ that explain how to read and interpret different kinds of research papers:. Papers that go beyond numbers (qualitative research) Trisha Greenhalgh, Rod Taylor Papers that summarise other papers (systematic reviews and meta-analyses) Trisha Greenhalgh Papers that tell you what things cost (economic analyses) Trisha Greenhalgh.An online discussion paper series hosted by the East Midlands Research into Ageing Network (EMRAN). The EMRAN Discussion Paper series has an editorial board drawn from members of EMRAN. It publishes a wide range of papers such as research protocols, field work, conference or other events, literature reviews, further details about studies published elsewhere, and audits.

This series of research papers supports the work of the Global Commission on the Future of Work. Each of these original papers provides in-depth analysis and commentary on topics central to the debate on the future of work.

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The World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Series encourages the exchange of ideas on development and quickly disseminates the findings of research in progress. This series is aimed at showcasing World Bank research—analytic work designed to produce results with wide applicability across countries or sectors.

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Working papers In-depth studies for experts. Our Working Paper Series (WPS) disseminates economic research relevant to the various tasks and functions of the ECB, and provides a conceptual and empirical basis for policy-making.The Working Papers constitute “work in progress”.

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Asian Growth Research Institute AGI Working Paper Series 81 papers, 81 with downloads Asian Society of Agricultural Economists (ASAE) 2000 ASAE 3rd International Conference, October 18-20, Jaipur, India 57 papers, 57 with downloads 2002 ASAE 4th International Conference, August 20-22, Alor Setar, Kedah, Malaysia 54 papers, 54 with downloads.

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Research and commentary Research and thinking from Acas on best practice in employment relations and the future of work. See past policy publications and past research reports on our previous website.

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Outstanding research and analysis underpins everything we do, from policymaking to providing secure banknotes. The Bank aims to attract and develop world-class researchers and foster an environment that supports creative freedom and engagement with global research communities. We published 69 research papers and held 32 research events in 2019.

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Sheffield Economic Research Paper Series. The Sheffield Economic Research Paper Series (SERPS) offers a forum for the research output of the Department of Economics, University of Sheffield. Papers are reviewed for quality and presentation by two internal referees and a departmental editor. However, the contents and opinions expressed remain the responsibility of the author.

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Home Office research and analysis covers the following areas: alcohol, crime, counter terrorism, drugs, crime, migration, policing, fire and rescue. Contents Research series.

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Working Paper Series. We support in-depth, multidisciplinary research that carefully examines the conceptual frameworks of economic thinking. This series focuses on critical areas in the discipline that are relevant right now. Close.

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EEF Research Paper Series, No. 001, February 2018 EEF response: This study analyses some of the properties of major commercial assessments used by the EEF in large trials. We have used the results of this study to update some of the assumptions fed into sample size calculations and inform the choice of appropriate and cost-effective commercial assessments to be used as pre-tests.

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