The Academic Publishing Office's aim is to further by publishing means, the international reputation and impact of LSE’s research and scholarship.
Journals at LSE
The Academic Publishing Office is responsible for LSE-owned peer-reviewed journals, which reflect LSE’s international reputation in research and scholarship in the social sciences: the British Journal of Sociology, the British Journal of Industrial Relations, Economica, the Journal of Global History and the Journal of Transport Economics and Policy. See the Journals owned by LSE web pages for more information.
Two of the LSE-owned journals, the British Journal of Sociology and the British Journal of Industrial Relations, were ranked amongst the top 10 in the world in the 2010 Thomson Reuters ISI impact factor rankings.
The Academic Publishing Office manages the publisher relationships and publishing contracts for LSE-owned journals. The journals unit provides funds to support LSE editors and editorial offices, and for investment in new journals. It also contributes funds to the School for further research and scholarship.
The Academic Publishing Office is also responsible for the development and launch of new LSE journals.
In addition to the journals owned by LSE, many academic journals of high reputation owned by other organisations are based at the School. For more details on all of these journals, please see the Journals based at LSE web pages.
Publications by LSE authors
Information about recent books by LSE authors may be found on the Press and Information Office website on the Publications page.
Want to find more about LSE academic research? Go to LSE Research Online, a collection of research produced by LSE academics: articles, working papers, book chapters, conference papers and more.
The Academic Publishing Office provides a range of advice and resources for LSE staff and students on getting published. Links to helpful resources on getting published, and to the advice and catalogues of the major social science publishers in the UK, can be found on the Getting published in the social sciences pages.
The Academic Publishing Office also runs a series of seminars on getting published for final year PhD students, researchers and junior academic staff in association with the Teaching and Learning Centre. The next series will be in May/June 2012.
Other sources of information
LSE Experts Directory
Search this directory by keyword, expert name, region or sector. Each LSE expert's profile page lists their full list of publications by year and, where full texts have been deposited in LSE Research Online, the reference is a link straight through to the research. See LSE Experts Directory.