We are pleased to announce that the Upjohn Institute is now home to Economic Development Quarterly (EDQ), a peer-reviewed journal focused on bringing the latest quality research findings in economic development to the attention of policymakers, decision makers, and researchers. EDQ's mission, to promote research supporting the formulation of evidence-based economic development policies, programs, and practices, is closely aligned with Upjohn's mission, vision, and core values of providing unbiased quality research in the areas of employment policy, labor market analysis, and economic and workforce development initiatives. The journal formerly resided at Cleveland State University's Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs.
EDQ will continue to be managed by its Editorial Team of Timothy Bartik, George Erickcek, and Larry Ledebur, with George Erickcek serving as corresponding editor. The journal's managing editor, Claudette Robey, has joined the Upjohn Institute, and will continue to work with the Editorial Team to ensure continuity in management and production.
A Web page devoted to EDQ is part of Upjohn's web site and can be accessed at http://www.upjohn.org/EDQ. The Web site will be used to present the most current issue's table of contents, and provide information on manuscript submissions to authors, contact information for the Editorial Team and Board, and subscription information. The site also contains direct links to content on Sage's EDQ web site. We also intend to use the site to encourage new submissions, apprise you of upcoming events and meetings, invite speakers for seminar series, and other EDQ activities. You can also directly access the EDQ site by clicking on Economic Development Quarterly on the left navigation bar of the Institute's home page.
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