Extend Your Reach and Impact with a Branded Journal Experience
Feature the research your institution produces or sponsors with SSRN’s Research Paper Series. We’ll work with you to assemble your organizationally branded research as an eJournal and make it accessible to our community of users. We define research broadly: PPTs, infographics, case studies, white papers, proceedings, and working papers.
You have control over the branding and frequency of publication. When your eJournal launches, we’ll alert our user community and invite them to subscribe to your eJournal at no cost. And, of course, we welcome your stakeholders to the eJournal as you advise. If a submission has interdisciplinary application, we’ll leverage that submission by interfiling it with other topic-specific eJournals created by our SSRN editors.
Most importantly, we provide qualitative and quantitative metrics that go far beyond downloads and citations. We issue a regular report that tracks the institutions that are viewing and downloading your research (research institutions, corporations, government departments, and NGOs). Metrics that monitor the dissemination of your research via social media, blogs, and news sources are also featured.
Lastly, it’s affordable – a small investment to better understand how your sponsored research may be impacting public and social policy locally, nationally, and internationally. Costs are based on the number of annual submissions.
For more details, questions or pricing, please contact Michael Magoulias, SSRN's Director of Operations, at email@example.com.
Marketing Research Network Research Paper Series
Marketing Research Centers Papers
Chicago Booth School of Business Marketing Research Papers
Chicago Booth: Marketing Research Paper Series
Chicago Booth MKTG: Behavioral Marketing (Topic)
Chicago Booth MKTG: Other (Topic)
Chicago Booth MKTG: Quantitative Marketing (Topic)
Kilts Center at Chicago Booth Marketing Data Center Paper Series
Kilts Center: Nielsen Marketing Data (Topic)
Kilts Center: PromoData (Topic)
Kilts Center: TransUnion (Topic)
Harvard Business School: Marketing Unit Working Paper Series