Asia Research Centre
The ARC researchers publish their research results in books, as journal articles, by submitting working papers etc. On top of this, the centre publishes the academic journal The Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies (CJAS) and the working paper series Copenhagen Discussion Papers (CDP)
Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies
Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies (CJAS) is a peer-previewed journal published by Asia Research Centre. The editor is Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard.
All issues of The Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies are available online.
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Vol. 36, No 1 (2018):
China's World-Class 2.0: Towards More Institutionalized and Participatory Policymaking?
China's Financial Repression: Symptoms, Consequences and Causes
Sustainability and Competitiveness in Thai Rubber Industries
Hometown Volunteers: A Case Study of Volunteer Organizations in Surakarta Supporting Joko Widodo's Presidential Campaign
Structural Reforms and CPC Power after the Third CPC Plenum, and the 1st Session of the 13th NPC
KJELD ERIK BRØDSGAARD AND NIS GRÜNBERG
Manoranjan Mohanty, China's Transformation:The Success Story and the Success Trap
Xiaoke Zhang and Tianbiao Zhu (eds), Business, Government and Economic Institutions in China
KASPER INGEMAN BECK
Jonathan Fenby, Will China Dominate the 21st Century?
BENJAMIN CEDRIC LARSEN
Scope and focus
The journal focuses on the social political economy of contemporary Asia. CJAS publishes refereed papers that emphasize:
Business in society: Fast-paced economic development has transformed Asia. New social, cultural and political values and behaviour have emerged.
Society in business: Culture and politics are embedded in the economic arena. Business strategies, economic plans and management styles are constantly evolving out of local constraints.
Theory: Analysing new Asia and using indigenous knowledge will offer fresh ways of understanding society and business. Developing fresh theories from global and local perspectives will enrich our scientific knowledge of Asia and the world.
The scope of the journal is broad. We welcome investigations at various levels - global, societal, social group and company.
Contact information and access to past issues.
Guidelines for manuscript submission and preparation 2013 (pdf)
CJAS is a DOI registered journal.
Asia Research Centre publishes a research paper series on Asia: Copenhagen Discussions Papers. The series presents reports and work in progress by researchers at the Centre, affiliates and guest researchers and it is available both in paper and as online version.
Editor of the Copenhagen Discussion Papers is Associate Professor Michael Jacobsen.
Contributors, please read the CDP stylesheet guide
For online publications please go to OpenArchive@cbs
For paper copies, please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org