British International Studies Association (BISA) Annual Conference 2019

Find out about our flexible publishing formats or explore our research, handpicked for BISA conference delegates.

Publish with us

We have a number of routes to publication: journals, books, and Emerald Open Research, our open access programme. Speak to our Commissioning Editor Nick Wolterman on the conference stand to find out more, or send him an email.

Nick Wolterman
Commissioning Editor - International Relations, Development Studies, International Political Economy
nwolterman@emeraldgroup.com

Explore our research

We’ve handpicked recent papers and book chapters we think you’ll enjoy. They're all free for BISA 2019 delegates until 30 June 2019.

Making Aid Agencies Work (sample chapter) - Terry Gibson

Trade, aid and terror - Simplice Asongu and Oasis Kodila-Tedika
International Journal of Development Issues

Developing leaders: An investigation into the US military training approaches
Development and Learning in Organizations: An International Journal

Refugees in Higher Education (sample chapter) - Jacqueline Stevenson and Sally Baker
Great Debates in Higher Education

Military veterans’ experiences of NHS mental health services - Edward Fraser
Journal of Public Mental Health

Government Surveillance, National Security, and the American Rights: Using Sentiment Analysis to Extract Citizen Opinions (sample chapter) - Lily Popova Zhuhadar, Mark Ciampa
Politics and Technology in the Post-Truth Era

Tough Knowledge and Difficult Knowing in Ignorant Times - Tara Brabazon, Steve Redhead and Runyararo S. Chivaura
Trump Studies

High-probability and wild-card scenarios for future crimes and terror attacks using the Internet of Things - Roey Tzezana
Foresight

Historical policies affecting women’s military and family roles - Simplice Asongu and Oasis Kodila-Tedika
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy

Tales of Brexits Past and Present - Nigel Culkin and Richard Simmons
Tales of Brexits Past and Present

Terror in Our Times (sample chapter) - Leanne McRae
Terror, Leisure and Consumption