ANZTSR’s journal is Third Sector Review (TSR). It is a refereed academic journal recognised by the Department of Education Employment and Workplace Relations in Australia (DEEWR) and listed in Excellence in Research in Australia (ERA) listings.
It publishes research addressing characteristics of the third sector or any aspect of its management, including governance, human resource management, the labour market, financial management, strategic management and managing change, community development, fund-raising, user rights, relations with government, legal issues, historical development, etc.
TSR is published twice a year, in May and November. A subscription is part of ANZTSR’s membership benefits – see our Membership Registration.
Editors (contact at firstname.lastname@example.org):
Dr Fiona McGaughey – (Law School, University of Western Australia)
Dr Ian Murray – (Law School, University of Western Australia)
Prof David Gilchrist – (Business School, University of Western Australia)
Aims and scope
Call for Papers
TSR is explicitly cross-disciplinary, with both theoretical and empirical papers invited from a range of disciplines and fields of practice in the third sector. Critiques of existing theory or practice are invited. Contributions are encouraged from both practitioners and academics on third sector issues of interest to those in Australia, New Zealand and our Pacific neighbours.
Coverage of the journal includes characteristics of the third sector or any aspect of its management, particularly:
- human-resources management,
- the labour market,
- financial management,
- strategic management and managing change,
- community development,
- user rights,
- relations with government,
- legal issues,
- historical development, etc.
There is a special ‘From the Field’ section and occasional book reviews.
Back Issues of the TSR: email: email@example.com