- Licensing T&Cs
- Self Archiving Policy
- Rights & Permissions
- Journal Interlibrary Loan Policy
- Ethics Policy
Edward Elgar Publishing follows the SERU guidelines for subscriptions to our journals, as published at the NISO SERU website.
Edward Elgar is also able to enter in to a signed license agreement with institutions if this is preferred. Two copies must be signed and sent to: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, The Lypiatts, 15 Lansdown Road, Cheltenham, GL50 2JA, UK, email email@example.com
Download our Self Archiving Policy.
Please direct any requests to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subscribing not-for-profit institutions may share single printed copies of articles among other not-for-profit academic libraries on behalf of end users, to fulfil individual requests by authorised users of those institutions for the purpose of research or private study. Subscribing institutions may also supply secure electronic versions (up to a maximum of five articles per year from any one journal to any one library) by secure electronic transmission including fax, Ariel or its equivalents, whereby the electronic version is deleted after printing.