Academic article editing

  • Chiara Mosca (Bocconi University); stylistic and copy editing of “Director-Shareholder Dialogue Behind the Scenes: Searching for a Balance Between Freedom of Expression and Market Fairness,” for submission to the European Company and Financial Law Review, 2018
  • Satsuki Kawano (University of Guelph); stylistic and copy editing of:
    • “Reorienting Stakeholders’ Views: Supporting Children with Learning Disabilities,” for submission to the Journal of Japanese Studies, 2018
    • “Reorienting Stakeholders’ Views: A Non-Profit Group’s Approach to Supporting Children with Dyslexia” (EDGE Conference, 2018)
    • “People with Dyslexia and their Identities: Celebrating Diversity at a Japanese Advocacy Event” (AAS 2018 Festival)
    • “Marital Relations and Children’s Developmental Disabilities” (2017)
  • John Peters (Laurentian University); developmental, stylistic, and copy editing of:
    • “A False Exception: Financialization, Rent-Seeking, and Low-Wage Work in Canada” (article for submission to Studies in Political Economy, 2017)
    • “Labour Market Inequality Revisited: A Critical Political Economy Framework” (2017 article)
    • “Financialization and the Decline of Organized Labour: A Study of 18 Advanced Capitalist Countries from 1970 to 2012” (2017 article)
  • Melissa Kimber (McMaster University); stylistic and copy editing of “Monitoring Fidelity to and Evidence-Based Treatment: Practitioner Perspectives” for submission to the Clinical Social Work Journal, 2017
  • Neliana Rodean (University of Verona); developmental, stylistic, and copy editing of “Upper Houses and Constitutional Amendment Rules: In Search of (Supra)National Paradigm(s),” Social Science Research Network, 2016
  • Sara Pennicino (Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic Development); stylistic and copy editing of:
    • “Elections”; section in the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law, 2016
    • “Political Parties”; section in the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law, 2016
  • Jill McTavish (University of Western Ontario); stylistic and copy editing of “Knowledge Organization Practices in Everyday Life: Divergent Constructions of Healthy Eating,” for 2015 publication in Journal of Documentation
  • Frank Harvey (Dalhousie University); developmental, stylistic, and copy editing of:
    • “‘What if’ History Matters? Comparative Counterfactual Analysis and Policy Relevance,” Security Studies, 24(3), September 2015
    • “North Korea, Ballistic Missile Defence and Canada,” Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute policy paper, 2013
    • “President Al Gore and the 2003 Iraq War: A Counterfactual Test of ‘W’isdom,” Canadian Journal of Political Science, 45(1) March 2012 (winner of the Canadian Political Science Association’s John McMenemy Prize for best CJPS article of 2012)
  • Francesco Biagi (Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic Development); stylistic and copy editing of:
    • “Plebiscite: An Old but Still Fashionable Instrument,” for presentation at the International Conference on Constitutional History: Comparative Perspectives, 2016
    • “Will Surviving Constitutionalism in Morocco and Jordan Work in the Long Run? A Comparison with Three Past Authoritarian Regimes,” for presentation at the World Congress of Constitutional Law 2014, workshop 10: The Constitution and Illiberal Democracies, and 2014 publication in the Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law
    • “Management and Use of Natural Resources and their Potential for Economic and Social Development: The Moroccan Case Study,” 2014 research project and report for the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) and the OCP Fondation
  • Carna Pistan (Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic Development); stylistic and copy editing of:
    • “Pseudo Constitutionalism in Central Asia: Curse or Cure?” (2014 University of Oslo Faculty of Law conference workshop paper)
    • “Implementation of International European Law in Croatia: Theory and Practice” (CCSDD, 2014)
    • “The Chameleonic Nature of Central and Eastern European Constitutional Courts: Are the rest of the post-Soviet Union Courts mere agents of their regime?” (CCSDD, 2013)
  • Marija Brujic and Milos Milenkovic (University of Belgrade); stylistic and copy editing of “Prospective Perspective: Visual Anthropology and/as Intangible Cultural Heritage in Serbia,” for 2014 publication in Croatian Journal of Ethnology and Folklore Research
  • Ivan Kovacevic (University of Belgrade); stylistic and copy editing of “Who Murdered Joe Magarac?” for 2014 publication in the journal Folklore
  • Zorica Mrsevic (Institute for Social Sciences, Serbia); developmental, stylistic, and copy editing of:
    • “Transgender Women in Prisons,” policy paper, 2016
    • “Survival in an ‘All Boys’ Club’: Policewomen in Serbia,” Women’s Studies International Forum, 2013 international conference
  • Milos Milenkovic and Marko Milenkovic (University of Belgrade); developmental, stylistic, and copy editing of:
    •  “Toward Development of Recommendations for Inclusive Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection as an Instrument for the Prevention of Identity-Based Conflicts in Serbia,” 2018 UNESCO paper
    • “Toward Evidence-Based Development of the Policy Reform Resreach Evaluation Guidelines in Serbia and the Western Balkans,” 2018 UNESCO paper
    • “Audit within: In search of an alternative logic for academic auditing that empowers scholars in the social sciences and humanities,” 2016 conference paper
    • “Return to Heritage: An Essay in Applied Humanities,” 2016 conference paper
    • “Administrative reform and debates over public agencies’ role in Serbia,” for 2013 publication in the Serbian journal Sociology
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