A new short-form book programme publishing new research, helping to set the agenda for future research.
Emerald Points allow for a fast response to current affairs and contemporary issues, and can also include think-pieces or polemics, policy-focused research or findings with relevance for practitioners, in-depth case studies, theoretical or analytical work.
We welcome single-authored projects or proposals for edited collections, and actively welcome submissions from Early Career Researchers. This new format allows authors the ability to publish your research free from artificial length restrictions.
Features of Emerald Points
Emerald Points are between 20,000-50,000 words in length. Emerald ensures expert editorial guidance and high quality production standards and proactive marketing support and promotion.
From Humility to Hubris among Scholars and Politicians
Achievement meritorious enough to generate discussion covers considerable territory. This book concentrates on one part of it: that inhabited by scholars and politicians. In their world self-esteem flowing from achievement is founded on expertise related to ideas, their generation, and their implementation.
9781787147584 • July 2017 • Paperback • £40/€48/$64
The Economic Decoding of Religious Dogmas
Analysing seven religions through Fudulu’s own model, the author delves into the criteria that make all religions amenable to economic analysis. Of interest to economics scholars, students, and those studying religions, Fudulu shows how each religious dogma can be ranked in terms of their consistency with economic performance.
9781787145368 • July 2017 • Paperback • £40/€48/$64