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Applied Geography

  • ISSN: 0143-6228
  • 5 Year impact factor: 5.3
  • Impact factor: 4.9
Putting the World's Human and Physical Resource Problems in a Geographical PerspectiveApplied Geography is a journal devoted to the publication of research which utilizes geographic approaches (human, physical, nature-society and GIScience) to resolve human problems that have a spatial dimension. These problems may be related to the assessment, management and allocation of the world's physical and/or human resources. The underlying rationale of the journal is that only through a clear understanding of the relevant societal, physical, and coupled natural-humans systems can we resolve such problems.Papers are invited on any theme involving the application of geographical theory and methodology in the resolution of human problems. This may include papers on the techniques, problems and results of environmental and/or social research, as well as those concerned with the principles, policies and consequences of resource management and allocation. Articles are refereed before publication.Benefits to authors We also provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, special discounts on Elsevier publications and much more. Please click here for more information on our author services.Please see our Guide for Authors for information on article submission. If you require any further information or help, please visit our Support Center
Applied Geography

Arab Economic and Business Journal

  • ISSN: 2214-4625
The Arab Economic and Business Journal results from common and tireless efforts that were undertaken by the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK), the Arab Society of Faculties of Business, Economic and Political Sciences (BEPS) and our Arab and International partners, notably the Association of Arab Universities. The journal aims to establish and spread communication among multicultural researchers, for we are truly convinced that science and research are the best tools for a bridge-building among civilizations. The journal focuses on original epistemological, theoretical, and methodological contexts. Our primary concern is to reflect upon, understand, and improve the development of knowledge and therefore implement practices in Arab organizations. We welcome submissions from a range of theoretical and methodological frameworks.
Arab Economic and Business Journal

Archaeological Research in Asia

  • ISSN: 2352-2267
  • 5 Year impact factor: 1.7
  • Impact factor: 1.5
Archaeological Research in Asia presents high quality scholarly research conducted in between the Bosporus and the Pacific on a broad range of archaeological subjects of importance to audiences across Asia and around the world. The journal covers the traditional components of archaeology: placing events and patterns in time and space; analysis of past lifeways; and explanations for cultural processes and change. To this end, the publication will highlight theoretical and methodological advances in studying the past, present new data, and detail patterns that reshape our understanding of it. Archaeological Research in Asia publishes work on the full temporal range of archaeological inquiry from the earliest human presence in Asia with a special emphasis on time periods under-represented in other venues. Journal contributions are of three kinds: articles, case reports and short communications. Full length articles should present synthetic treatments, novel analyses, or theoretical approaches to unresolved issues. Case reports present basic data on subjects that are of broad interest because they represent key sites, sequences, and subjects that figure prominently, or should figure prominently, in how scholars both inside and outside Asia understand the archaeology of cultural and biological change through time. Short communications present new findings (e.g., radiocarbon dates) that are important to the extent that they reaffirm or change the way scholars in Asia and around the world think about Asian cultural or biological history.
Archaeological Research in Asia

Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics

  • ISSN: 0167-4943
  • 5 Year impact factor: 4
  • Impact factor: 4
An International Journal Integrating Experimental, Clinical and Social Studies on AgingArchives of Gerontology and Geriatrics provides a medium for the publication of papers from the fields of experimental gerontology and clinical and social geriatrics. The principal aim of the journal is to facilitate the exchange of information between specialists in these three fields of gerontological research. Experimental papers dealing with the basic mechanisms of aging at molecular, cellular, tissue or organ levels will be published.Clinical papers will be accepted if they provide sufficiently new information or are of fundamental importance for the knowledge of human aging. Purely descriptive clinical papers will be accepted only if the results permit further interpretation. Papers dealing with anti-aging pharmacological preparations in humans are welcome. Papers on the social aspects of geriatrics will be accepted if they are of general interest regarding the epidemiology of aging and the efficiency and working methods of the social organizations for the health care of the elderly.Benefits to authors We also provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, special discounts on Elsevier publications and much more. Please click here for more information on our author services.Please see our Guide for Authors for information on article submission. If you require any further information or help, please visit our Support Center
Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics

Artificial Intelligence in the Life Sciences

  • ISSN: 2667-3185
Providing a scientific forum for practical applications and theoretical advances of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the life sciences and related disciplines including (but not restricted to):General, molecular, and systems biologyPopulation and disease geneticsMedicinal chemistry and chemical biologyPharmacology and drug discoveryEpidemiology and clinical investigationsBackground: Artificial Intelligence originates from computer science and covers a wide range of approaches intended to enhance the ability of machines to make data-driven decisions and accurate predictions of events. In many scientific fields, AI is being increasingly considered and integrated, especially in the context of Big Data. Given their complexity and highly interdisciplinary nature, the life sciences provide ample opportunities for AI to impact R&D efforts in a variety of ways.Key words: Artificial Intelligence; Life Sciences; Drug Discovery; Bio- and Cheminformatics, Machine Learning; Machine Intelligence; Deep Learning; Data Mining; Big Data.
Artificial Intelligence in the Life Sciences

Asia Pacific Management Review

  • ISSN: 1029-3132
  • 5 Year impact factor: 4.3
  • Impact factor: 4.4
Peer review under responsibility of College of Management, National Cheng Kung University.Asia Pacific Management Review (APMR), peer-reviewed and published quarterly, pursues to publish original and high quality research articles and notes that contribute to build empirical and theoretical understanding for concerning strategy and management aspects in business and activities. Meanwhile, we also seek to publish opinions addressing issues of current concern to managers in regards to within and between the Asia-Pacific region. The covered domains but not limited to, such as accounting, finance, marketing, decision analysis and operation management, human resource management, information management, international business management, logistic and supply chain management, quantitative and research methods, strategic and business management, and tourism management, are suitable for publication in the APMR.
Asia Pacific Management Review

Asia and the Global Economy

  • ISSN: 2667-1115
AGE publishes rigorous economic, political science and international relations research with clear policy implications for the Asian region and Asia's role in the global economy. Articles must have a firm analytical basis, but their findings must have significant policy relevance for questions facing the Asian countries. Consequently, AGE will publish innovative and timely studies of economic, political and social aspects of relations among Asian countries and their relations with the rest of the world. Analytical or policy-oriented contributions will be welcome from diverse perspectives.Examples of topics of interest include, but are not limited to:Asian economic, financial and political integrationEconomic growth and development in AsiaEffects of current and prospective domestic and international political trends on Asian economiesThe emergence of a new global trade regime, trade wars and economic integrationComparative analysis of Asian and European or North and South American economiesAsian innovation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution in AsiaAsian connectedness, including logistics and transportation and China's One Belt One Road PolicyEconomic, political and social effects of demographic trends and migration in AsiaComparative analysis of Asian and European or North and South American productivity growth and technological progressPolitical economy of developments related to Asian regional integrationFinancial integration in Asia and capital flows both within Asia and between Asia and the rest of the worldProspects for expanding or deepening current regional integration arrangements in AsiaEconomic cooperation and economic sanctions in Asian economic integrationReintegration challenges and opportunities for Hong Kong, Taiwan and the Peoples Republic of China, North and South KoreaAGE will seek contributions on the above and similar topics from academics as well as from policy makers in the countries of Asia and in countries that have strong political, economic or security ties with Asia.AGE will carry mainly empirical articles that have clear policy implications. At times, conceptual papers will be published so long as they apply to concrete policy issues facing Asian countries. AGE will not carry book reviews per se, but will from time to time commission review articles that deal in a substantial way with several important books that touch on the same tropic. Where appropriate, AGE will also publish conference reports.
Asia and the Global Economy

Asian Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology

  • ISSN: 2667-2391
The Asian Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology (AJSEP) aims to promote understanding and enhancement of sport and exercise psychology research and practice around the world. We are particularly interested in research that is conducted in, or is relevant to the 60+ countries in Asia and the Pacific region. AJSEP publishes scholarly reports that advance our understanding of human behaviour in relation to physical activity, human movement, exercise, and sport.The areas covered include, but are not limited to:Social psychologyClinical psychologyDevelopmental psychologyExperimental psychologyNeuropsychologyPsychobiologyPersonalityThe journal's Editors and Editorial Board encourage researchers and scholars worldwide to submit their work for publication. Innovative applications, cultural and cross-cultural research, and the position statements of regional or international organizations are particularly welcome.Manuscripts should present results from high-quality empirical research, systematic reviews, meta-analyses, papers related to professional issues, commentaries concerning already published AJSEP papers, or topics of general interest to AJSEP readers.The journal targets researchers as well as practitioners in the area of sport, exercise, physical education, health, sport psychology, and exercise psychology.AJSEP is the official journal of the Asian South-Pacific Association of Sport Psychology (ASPASP). For more information about ASPASP, please visit https://aspasp.org/.
Asian Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology

Asian Transport Studies

  • ISSN: 2185-5560
Official Journal of EASTS (Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies)Asian Transport Studies (ATS) is a refereed international open access journal published by the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (EASTS) and Elsevier. First published in 2009, ATS aims at providing useful insights into solving Asia-specific transport-related issues from both theoretical and practical perspectives. It treats all types of transport modes and all issues in the transport sector. While papers dealing with Asia-specific issues are especially welcome, other papers related to transportation studies are also within the scope of this journal.EASTS is an international cooperative society of researchers and practitioners from the Asian region. Its primary objectives are to foster and support excellence in transportation research and practice and to stimulate professional interchanges in all aspects and modes of transportation. It organizes an international conference on transportation research every two years.
Asian Transport Studies

Assessing Writing

  • ISSN: 1075-2935
  • 5 Year impact factor: 4.1
  • Impact factor: 3.9
Assessing Writing is a refereed international journal providing a forum for ideas, research and practice on the assessment of written language. Assessing Writing publishes articles, book reviews, conference reports, and academic exchanges concerning writing assessments of all kinds, including traditional ('direct' and standardised forms of) testing of writing, alternative performance assessments (such as portfolios), workplace sampling and classroom assessment. The journal focuses on all stages of the writing assessment process, including needs evaluation, assessment creation, implementation, and validation, and test development; it aims to value all perspectives on writing assessment as process, product and politics (test takers and raters; test developers and agencies; educational administrations; and political motivations). The journal is interested in review essays of key issues in the theory and practice of writing assessment.Assessing Writing embraces internationalism and will attempt to reflect the concerns of teachers, researchers and writing assessment specialists around the world, whatever their linguistic background. Articles are published in English and normally relate to the assessment of English language writing, but articles in English about the assessment of writing in languages other than English will be considered. While Assessing Writing frequently publishes articles about the assessment of writing in the fields of composition, writing across the curriculum, and TESOL (the teaching of English to speakers of other languages), it welcomes articles about the assessment of writing in professional and academic areas outside these fields.The scope of the journal is wide, and embraces all work in the field at all age levels, in large-scale (international, national and state) as well as classroom, educational and non-educational institutional contexts, writing and programme evaluation, writing and critical literacy, and the role of technology in the assessment of writing. Through this scholarly exchange, Assessing Writing contributes to the development of excellence in the assessment of writing in all contexts, and, in so doing, to the teaching and appreciation of writing.For further information, please, consult Assessing Writing's Policies & Guidelines
Assessing Writing