NEWS Housing Studies to increase number of issues

NEWS Housing Studies to increase number of issues

Housing Studies is delighted to announce that from Volume 34 (2019) the number of issues of the journal will increase from eight to ten. This development has been unanimously supported by the journal’s Management Board, our publishers (Taylor and Francis) and the Housing Studies Charitable Trust (which funds and oversees the journal). It reflects the very significant growth in the number of papers being submitted and accepted for publication and the continual improvement in the journal’s impact factor.

Executive Managing Editors John Flint and David Robinson said:

“We are absolutely delighted that we are able to increase the number of issues of Housing Studies. This will enable us to publish even more world-leading articles reflecting the very diverse range of housing-related research from all over the world. We would like to thank all our subscribers, authors, reviewers, editorial and management board team, Lauren Taylor and her colleagues at Taylor and Francis and the trustees of the Housing Studies Charitable Trust who have made this development possible.”

Lauren Taylor from Taylor and Francis said:

“Housing Studies is a leading international journal in its field and its continued growth and expansion to ten issues a year is a measure of the excellent work of our highly respected editors, board, reviewers and trustees. We at Taylor and Francis would like to thank them all for their contribution to the journal’s ongoing success.”

Alan Murie of the Housing Studies Charitable Trust, said:

“Housing Studies has established and maintained a strong international reputation in the field and increasing the number of issues each year will enable it to build on this. Housing Studies will continue to publish leading, cross disciplinary and critical contributions to analysis and debate of housing and related issues and will continue to be a key source for those interested in discussions of developments in research and policy.”