Research

Journals and Newsletters

Cleveland
 
View the list of journals and newsletters below to keep up to date with Levin College's research, events, and civic engagement.
 
Journals
International Journal of Energy Technology and Policy 
The objective of the IJETP is to further the development of this dynamic and innovative topic: to disseminate knowledge and provide a global forum for professionals in the field to learn from each other|s work. IJETP also aims to establish channels of communication between relevant academics and research experts, policy makers and executives in industry, commerce and investment institutions. 
Editorial Board Member: Dr. William Bowen
 
Journal of Ideology
The Journal of Ideology (JOI) is a juried interdisciplinary publication intended to serve as a forum of critical high quality scholarly research and theory development. The JOI encourages the publication of essays that promote innovations of ideology that run counter to conventional theory and premises across the social sciences.
Editor: Dr. Stuart Mendel
 
Journal of Nonprofit Education and Leadership
This quarterly journal's mission is to improve nonprofit education and leadership through the publication and dissemination of peer-reviewed manuscripts centered on professional practice, research, and theoretical discussions. 
Associate Editor: Dr. Stuart Mendel
 
Journal of Urban Management
An international, peer-reviewed open access journal covering planning, administering, regulating, and governing urban complexity.
Editorial Board Member: Dr. William Bowen
 
Nonprofit Policy Forum
Nonprofit Policy Forum (NPF) is an international journal that publishes original research and analysis on public policy issues and the public policy process critical to the work of nonprofit organizations. 
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Dennis Young
 

 
Newsletters
The Center for Emergency Preparedness produces a newsletter about hazardous material, homeland security and business continuity training on a quarterly basis.
 
This series provides brief, thought-provoking information about urban policy issues based on research conducted at the Levin College. Our purpose is to stimulate additional discussion and debate.
 
Since its inception in 1998, the Forum has tackled a broad range of civic issues including the lakefront plan, economic growth and development, affordable housing, immigration, education, the convention center, poverty, race and sustainable development. To learn more about upcoming forum events, sign up for this weekly email based newsletter.
 
News of the Week is a weekly newsletter that provides information about events, programs, grant awards, faculty and staff publications and other interesting news. 
 
Also see these archived newsletters:
 
Advancing Urban Policy provided news about research and thought leadership on topics related to urban policy from across the country.
 
Economic News from Ohio's Regions was a weekly newsletter based on economic news and key happenings that impact Ohio's regions.
 
Energy Policy Center staff wrote weekly about developments in energy and shale in Crain's Cleveland Business.