Social Sciences

The general scope of social sciences is vast, and Elsevier’s collection of journals, books, and eBooks examine in detail a wide range of topics in this area, from sociology, law, and cognitive science to political science, education, and linguistics. Our Chandos imprint in particular, known for high-quality scholarship in Asian studies, library and information science, and business management, reflects Elsevier’s continuing commitment to these crucial areas of study.

Life Sciences; Social Sciences

People Don’t Trust Scientific Research When Companies Are Involved

A soda company sponsoring nutrition research. An oil conglomerate helping fund a climate-related research meeting. Does the public... Read more

Economics & Finance; Social Sciences

The Changing Face of Corruption in the Asia Pacific

Corruption is not new. Historians of the Roman Empire argue that corruption became by the fourth and fifth... Read more

Social Sciences

Canada’s 2017 Federal Budget: Anything to Learn?

As a macroeconomist, it is always intriguing in every spring to see how the government drafts its economic... Read more

Social Sciences

Calculating Where America Should Invest in its Transportation and Communications Networks

The American economy is underpinned by networks. Road networks carry traffic and freight; the internet and telecommunications networks... Read more

Social Sciences

How Parents Can Help Autistic Children Make Sense of Their World

Glenn, a high-functioning seventeen-year-old with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), comes home from school and tells his mother at... Read more

Social Sciences

Elsevier’s Library Learning Trends Series

Elsevier is providing a series of free digital volumes to support and encourage learning and development in Library... Read more

Social Sciences

Living in a Poor Area Increases the Risk of Anxiety in Women, but Not in Men

Women living in the most deprived areas are over 60% more likely to have anxiety as women living... Read more

Social Sciences

Creating and Managing a Digital Library

This is the fourth volume in Elsevier’s Library Learning Trends series, free digital volumes to support and encourage... Read more

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