BIED Society Publications
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BIED Society REVIEW
The Behavioral International Economic Development (BIED) Society publishes the Review, an international affairs journal providing non-partisan analysis of policies in the US and abroad. The think tank produces three Reviews in conjunction with each DC-based conference. It is an opportunity for our Specialists, Fellows, Assistant Directors, and Directors to publish on current events in their Centers and Areas of Interest.
The Review is an open forum meant to prompt non-partisan dialogue on the challenges facing the US and the world. The BIED Society strives to maintain a non-biased approach to research and policy recommendations. We recognize that the only way forward is through compromise. Compromise is only possible by first conversing effectively. The Review begins that conversation.
The articles in the Review are discussed and presented at each conference. The research presented is for a broader, informed, but non-expert audience. A copy of the Review is published and distributed digitally for each conference.
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Global Comparative Journal
The GCJ is our flagship journal and is designed to be a policy analysis publication for Policy makers, Policy planners, Policy implementers, and Policy managers. This is a 20 page APA peer reviewed journal looking at one policy over at least three countries. This allows valuable comparisons and analysis to take place and provides important discussion and ultimately learning.
International Affairs Textbooks
We have a robust program built around helping prominent professionals to grow in there career and skills. The Fellowship program promotes writing a or co-authoring a chapter of a textbook in year three.
We also provide writing support for our Senior Fellows who want to pass along the wisdom of their professional career lessons. Many have not written a large manuscript yet. We provide training and support so the process is enjoyable, a learning experience, and a rewarding process. Going it alone is not always the best option. Having proper support can relieve stress and promote better work products. Before you endeavor to write your manuscript by yourself, let's talk and see if we can assist in making the process better.