Business School joins global research network
19 September 2020
The Business School has subscribed to the Social Sciences Research Network (SSRN), a global open access and searchable repository of new research, which recently surpassed 150 million downloads.
Researchers from the Business School have been and continue to generate excellent and cutting-edge research. Now our alumni and others can get access to new research as our researchers are developing it.
Earlier this year, the Business School subscribed to the Social Sciences Research Network (SSRN), a global open access and searchable repository of new research ideas, data, abstracts, and full-text working papers available for consultation and download.
SSRN is an umbrella for several research communities across different academic disciplines dedicated to making their most recent research accessible to a wider community.
The SSRN eLibrary provides almost 1 Million research papers from over 500,000 researchers in more than 50 disciplines that cover all the disciplines that our Business School is known for.
The SSRN aims to improve the global recognition and visibility of research outputs, leading to increased citations and potential collaboration opportunities. Just recently, SSRN reached an incredible milestone: 150 million downloads.
Check out some of our research here:
Dr Johnny Chan considers Are we blockchain ready?
Professor Julia Kotlarsky discusses Crowdsourcing as a Strategic Sourcing Phenomenon
Dr Paul Geertsema and Dr Helen Lu research Where is the Risk in Risk Factors? Evidence from the Vietnam War to the COVID-19 Pandemic
View all of our latest research at the University of Auckland Business School Research Paper Series
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