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Ofcom is the regulator for the communications services that we use and rely on each day. We make sure people get the best from their broadband, home phone and mobile services, as well as keeping an eye on TV and radio. We oversee the universal postal service.
We also help to make sure people don’t get scammed and are protected from bad practices.
Our duties come from Parliament. Our priority is to look after you, and we sometimes do this by promoting competition among companies we regulate.
We provide advice and information to thousands of people each year, through our website and call centre. We register complaints from people and businesses, which helps us to take action against firms when they let their customers down.
We also help to make sure people across the UK are satisfied with what they see and hear on TV and radio, and that programmes reflect the audiences they serve. We consider every complaint we receive from viewers and listeners. 
We are independent and funded by fees paid to us by the companies we regulate.
 

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Contact: Jonathan Porter
Email: Jonathan.Porter@ofcom.org.uk


 

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It is our mission to further the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. OUP publishes the two journals of the Royal Economic Society, The Economic Journal and The Econometrics Journal.

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Contact: Jenn Saboe, Journals Marketing 
Tel : +1.919.677.0977 x 5318 Email: jenn.saboe@oup.com

 

Frontiers of Economics in China (FEC) is one of the English Journals under the umbrella of the Frontiers in China.

With more than 600 institutional subscribers worldwide and indexed in more than 10 databases including EBSCO-BSU, EconLit, ESCI, Gale, ProQuest, RePEc and SCOPUS, the journal is ranked as one of “The Highest International Impact Academic Journals of China” in 2016, 2019 and 2020. FEC welcomes submissions of theoretical and empirical papers from all fields of economics, particularly those with an emphasis on the Chinese economy and other emerging, developing or transition economies.

While the journal is primarily interested in original research papers, it also welcomes submissions of opinion articles, literature surveys, and book reviews. FEC is designed to provide a platform to facilitate the communications between the scholars in China and those in the rest of the world. Currently, the journal’s authors span 30 countries/regions and its readership covers more than 100 countries/regions in the world.

Based on data from the WOS website, scholars from about 500 institutions (2/3 of which are outside China), including NBER, WHO, Harvard University, MIT, UC-Berkeley, Oxford University, National University of Singapore, Seoul National University, University of Bonn, University of Tokyo, Peking University and Tsinghua University, have cited articles published in FEC.

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Contact: Lily_Wenfeng WEI
Tel: 86-21-6590 2330 Email: fec@sufe.edu.cn 

 

The MIT Press is a leading publisher of distinguished scholarly books and journals in economics, business and finance. MIT Press books are known for their intellectual daring and scholarly standards, in partnership with remarkable authors who are drawn from throughout the global academic community. Please visit our specially curated landing page for the Royal Economic Society Annual conference 2021 to browse our new and forthcoming books and journals.

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Contact: Emily Taber
Email: etaber@mit.edu

 

Princeton University Press is a leading independent publisher of trade and scholarly books with a distinguished list in the field of economics and finance.

We invite you to visit our economics webpage to browse new books and take advantage of our 30% conference discount by entering coupon code RES21 at checkout. Offer ends 30 June, 2021. Instructors and prospective authors: Please visit https://press.princeton.edu/resources for information on how to request examination copies or submit proposals.

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Contact: Joe Jackson
Email: Joe_Jackson@press.princeton.edu Tel: +44 (0)1993 814500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Economics Network is the largest and longest-established academic organisation devoted to improving the teaching and learning of Economics across universities, running Europe's premiere international Economics education conference. 

For over two decades it has led innovations, provided professional development and promoted best practice in Economics pedagogy. The Network consists of academics from over 60 UK universities and it has links with staff in universities worldwide.

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Contact: Ashley Lait
Email: ashley.lait@bristol.ac.uk Tel: 0117 4282451

 

The Economics Observatory (ECO) is a new project that bridges the gap between academic research, government policy and the general public. Our goal is to provide balanced and reliable answers to the economic questions that Covid-19 and its aftermath will bring. We make it our mission to make these answers as accessible and engaging as possible.

The ECO team are drawn from across the countries and regions of the UK, with a hub in Bristol. By publishing daily articles, videos and charts, we believe ECO can help the public and policymakers better understand the pandemic and the numerous challenges that will follow.

In addition to our articles and data visualisations, the Economics Observatory facilitates themed policy discussions between policymakers and academic experts and runs writing and data masterclasses.

Sign up receive our weekly newsletter direct to your inbox: www.economicsobservatory.com/join-us.

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Contact: Charlie Meyrick
Email: office@economicsobservatory.com