Working Paper Series
Working papers are pre-prints, versions of scientific papers that typically precede formal peer review and publication. The dissemination of pre-prints is an important way in which academics at Queen’s Management School communicate their intellectual output to the wider academic community. They are one way in which colleagues can solicit invaluable feedback on their research before it is submitted to peer-reviewed journals.
Queen’s Management School runs two working paper series: (1) a school-wide series hosted and distributed by SSRN, which incorporates the four disciplines of the School; and (2) an economic history series hosted by Econstor and distributed by RePEc, which includes the intellectual output of the Centre for Economic History.
Queen’s Management School Research Paper Series
The Queen's Management School Research Paper Series (QMS RPS) includes papers in the areas of accounting, economics, finance, and management. Our research interprets patterns of economic, business, and social life in a manner that fosters new theories and ideas; engages in empirical research grounded in current practices; and develops suggestions for public policy as well as for institutional and organisational innovations. The core purpose of our series is to deepen understanding of how markets, business organizations, and social institutions evolve over time.View papers
Queen’s University Centre for Economic History Working Paper Series
Queen’s University Centre for Economic History (QUCEH) is an interdisciplinary research centre based at Queen’s Management School. The Centre incorporates scholars from across the university and elsewhere working in the fields of economic, social, business and financial history. The QUCEH Working Paper Series disseminates the intellectual output of Research Associates, Research Affiliates and Research Students of Centre.
Working papers are made available through Econstor, a RePEc-compatible Open Access server which provides a platform for the free distribution of academic literature in economics. The QUCEH Working Paper Series is edited by Dr Chris Colvin.View papers