One of SUERF's remits is to publish and further disseminate original research. It publishes a publication series called the SUERF Studies, which comprises selections of papers given at SUERF events, as well as papers submitted to SUERF for publication. In the past, there have been a number of books and other publication series, about which further information can be found in the Publication Archive Section of this website.
SUERF editorial board
All SUERF publications are refereed. With Studies from SUERF Colloquia there are several stages of refereeing. Firstly, all papers submitted to the Call for Papers are refereed prior to being included in the Colloquium programme. Secondly, once the final paper has been received, a decision is taken upon whether a paper submitted with a view to being published by SUERF should be accepted for inclusion in the publications from the Colloquium (SUERF publishes one or more Colloquium Studies). In addition, there is a further refereeing stage for those authors who are eligible for the Marjolin Prize. It should be borne in mind that there is a high level of rejection over very good papers even at the first stage, and that only a limited number of papers (including Keynote speeches) can be published.
When refereeing a manuscript submitted for publication in the SUERF Studies the normal procedure is that members of the Editorial Board review the paper and feed comments to a designated member of the Board who is responsible for co-ordinating the refereeing process for the particular manuscript.
The current membership of the SUERF Editorial Board is:
The Board welcomes submissions of manuscripts for inclusion in the SUERF Studies series. We aim to give authors a decision within one month. Equally, members of the Board are happy to discuss proposals for SUERF Studies before a manuscript has been finalised and even at a very early stage. In the first instance, contact should be made with the Managing Editor and Chairman of the Editorial Board as follows:
Managing Editor and Chairman of the Editorial Board
Professor Emeritus of Finance
Department of Business Studies
Aarhus School of Business and Social Sciences, University of Aarhus
Fuglesangs Alle 4
DK-8210 Aarhus V