Our peer reviewed journals are all edited and managed by academic staff at AUT, backed by expert and discipline-led editorial boards.
How we support journals and editors
Our services are free. We provide full training, implementation and publication workflow support. Our journal sites are created on modern, responsive interface. Content is granted copyright provision through Creative Commons licences, assigned Digital Object Identifiers for long-term link stability, and long-term preservation via CLOCKSS.
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.
Pacific Health is a peer-reviewed journal with a focus on health, communities and the environment around the Pacific Rim including Aotearoa New Zealand, Pacific Islands, East and South East Asia and Australia.
The New Zealand Journal of Teachers' Work contains 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 that may be of interest to teachers and prospective teachers.
DCJ is a peer-reviewed journal. It publishes research that aims to contribute to the decolonization of criminology and criminal justice, which encompasses theoretical, qualitative and quantitative inquiries into traditional and emerging criminal justice topics and studies on epistemologies, methodologies and methods related to criminological research and tertiary teaching.
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