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All Enterprise Governance eJournal articles from 2005 to 2018 have been published under this previous title and contribute to in-depth scientific knowledge and analysis on a variety of topics, including corporate law, directorship, corporate social responsibility, and international corporate governance frameworks. Enterprise Governance eJournal (EGeJ) focuses on global corporate governance law and practices for commercial and nonprofit organizations. The transition to open access online publishing in 2006 has ensured that this scholarly journal is accessible to a greater number of readers and authors with a wide range of writing formats, from articles to commentaries and annotations on a range of legal issues. Bond Law Review is also listed in the DOAJ and incorporates the organization`s strict open access guidelines and standards of practice. The Dispute Resolution Review (DRR) is an international and interdisciplinary journal that provides in-depth scientific commentary and analysis on all aspects of dispute resolution. The journal is published by Bond University`s Faculty of Law, which operates under the auspices of the faculty`s Dispute Resolution Center, and covers the spectrum of dispute resolution procedures, including negotiations, mediation, medical technology and other “hybrid” disputes, arbitration, litigation, and civil proceedings. For more information, please contact Library Service +61 7 5595 1510 [email protected] Meet the current editors of this established and well-indexed journal, Professor Rachael Field and Assistant Professor Victoria Baumfield, in the video thumbnail of the slides above.

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