From March 1-31, 2015 Palgrave Macmillan is offering free online access to the complete portfolio of journals spanning the humanities, the social sciences and business and management. Two specific databases are also accessible during this time period. The journals and the databases are freely available from the university's LAN.
Until the end of 2014 Henry Stewart Talks offers free access to The Marketing and Management Collection – a collection of 800 specially prepared audio-visual lectures, organized into 67 comprehensive series and delivered by principals, managers and advisors from the business world and leading academics. The online courses are available free from the university's LAN.
SAGE offers a one-month free trial to all of its online content in October. The trial offers comprehensive access to State Stats, SAGE Research Methods, CQ Press Collections, as well as the online journal and eBook content which includes use of customization tools that allow researchers to refine and focus their research. The trial is running until 31 October, 2013 – anyone can register for free.
SAGE publishes more than 80 peer-reviewed journals in Management and Organization and related fields, many of which are ranked in the Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports®. To celebrate the release of the 2012 impact factor and ranking results, the publisher invites you to read these recent, top-read articles from SAGE journals. The articles are freely available.
EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development) is pleased to announce the release of two important publications – a 200-page textbook, The Sustainable Business (2nd edition), and a 30-page accompanying workbook. E-versions of these publications are now available free from the EFMD website.
From 22nd January - 5th March, all Cambridge Journals content published in 2012 will be available for free on CJO. All you have to do is register. There’s a lot you can do in 6 weeks; it’s long enough to watch the Lord of the Rings trilogy 88 times, and for Usain Bolt to win 37,878 100m sprints. You could train to be a ski instructor, or take 117 trips to the moon on a NASA probe. Or, you could read the 100,000 articles that were published in Cambridge Journals in 2012…
Environmental Policy is a subject with a long history, and ever increasing global relevance. Within modern China questions of sustainable urbanization, and the environmental cost of rapid economic development are of vital importance. With this Virtual Issue, we have attempted to demonstrate the breadth of research being carried out that impacts on Environmental Policy, from the physical causes of climate change through to the human effects of land use change. Free access is available until December 31st.