Applied Finance Letters is a peer-reviewed journal published by Auckland Centre for Financial Research. The journal features mainly empirical research with clear implications and relevance for the finance industry. The aim is to encourage discussions among academics, policy makers and financial practitioners.
Pacific Journalism Review, founded at the University of Papua New Guinea in 1994, is a peer-reviewed journal covering media issues and communication in the South Pacific, Asia-Pacific, Australia and New Zealand. PJR is published by Pacific Media Centre in the School of Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology and has links with the University of the South Pacific. It is a ranked journal with SCOPUS metrics.
Te Kaharoa is a multi-disciplinary, refereed, journal with a focus on indigenous issues in the Pacific region. It is supported by Te Ara Poutama – the Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Development – at AUT University. It features articles on language, culture, art, history, anthropology, development studies, and other disciplines associated with the indigenous peoples of the Pacific.
Tuwhera is home to AUT’s Open Access publishing platform
Tuwhera is designed to share knowledge and promote scholarship without restriction.
We encourage and promote scholarly, scientific and artistic investigation while respecting the academic freedom and editorial independence of our authors, editors and reviewers.
Journals hosted by Tuwhera are peer reviewed, approved by expert-led editorial boards or governing bodies with content selected according to ethical and unbiased assessment practices. In addition our service supports the formation of new and emerging scholarly publications.
In the spirit of Open Access our content is free to access online and made globally available using Creative Commons licenses. Our journals do not require authors to pay charges for their work to be considered, reviewed, published or accessed online.
Tuwhera is a Te Reo Maori word meaning 'be open'.
Tuwhera is a full service publishing platform based on OJS software released by the Public Knowledge Project and supported by staff in the AUT Library. We can help you with:
Contact us to talk about hosting your journal on Tuwheraor read our selection criteria to find out more.