1) Applied Finance Letters publishes empirical research with implications and relevance for academia and finance industry. The aim is to encourage high-quality contributions that foster discussions among academics, policymakers and financial practitioners.
2) The New Zealand Journal of Teachers' Work is a free, national peer-reviewed journal containing articles of interest to Early Childhood, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary teachers. The journal aims to disseminate New Zealand research on and by teachers and also other articles on current issues which may be of interest to teachers and academics.
3) DCJ is a peer-reviewed journal. It publishes research that aims to contribute to the decolonization of criminology and justice, which encompasses theoretical, qualitative and quantitative inquiries into traditional and emerging justice topics and studies on epistemologies, methodologies and methods related to criminological research and tertiary teaching. The journal also welcomes innovative contributions regarding