In September 2019, more than 110 new and revised articles have been published on the Oxford Research Encyclopedias platform.
Discover a selection of featured articles:
- American History: "Anti-Capitalist Thought and Utopian Alternatives" by Howard Brick
- Business and Management: "Socioemotional Aspects of Entrepreneurship for the Classroom" by Alexander Bolinger and Mark Bolinger
- Classical Studies: "feminism and ancient literature" by Helen Morales
- Economics and Finance: "Developmental Origins of Health Inequality" by Gabriella Conti, Giacomo Mason, and Stavros Poupakis
- Global Public Health: "Workers’ Health in Latin America and the Caribbean" by René Mendes
- Politics: "Future Scenarios of the European Union" by Brigid Laffan
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