|Himalayan Research Papers Archive (HRPA)
UNM University Libraries Electronic Journal System
Sharing and Disseminating Knowledge on South-South Cooperation and Development
The NSC-UNM's Himalayan Research Papers Archive portal welcomes scholars to upload their research working papers. This portal is designed to showcase academic research work of scholars who are interested to disseminate their work for wider citation and readership.
We welcome papers that are in a finished manuscript form, preferably not yet already published. For a world-wide connectivity and wider academic outreach, this portal uses the UNM's University Libraries Electronic Journal Portal System.
We accept working papers on a wide variety of topics: development, health, poverty, sustainability, democracy, conflict, climate change, environment, and polical economy. There is no geographic area preference even though we encourage work on policy issues related to the Hmalayan region and the countries in South Asia.
Cross-country analysis will be highly encouraged especially with a focus on the low income economies with a South-South theme --Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
Working Paper Manuscript Upload Instruction
To submit a manuscript, existing users may "log-in" and click the New Submission link to begin the upload process. New users will need to "register" first.
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While not subject to a formal peer review process, submissions will be screened by an editorial board for quality control. Newspaper opinion type manuscripts will not be accpeted for publication on the portal. The editorial board reserves the right to reject or accept the submitted manuscripts.
Submission Formatting Guideline
A simple set of guidelines is presented here.
If you have any questions about the submission guideline or have any other queries about the HRPA portal, please contact Production Editor Dr. Prakash Adhikari: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the UNM's Open Journal System
Use of the University of New Mexico's Open Journal System instance enables the Himalayan Research Paper Archive to screen and publish working papers within an easily accessible web service that is secure, stable, and supported by UNM library faculty and IT services. The working paper submission interface is user friendly and the editorial process is designed to streamline and simplify communication between editors and authors. Registration is open and authentication is automatic, which allows prospective authors to submit content immediately upon registration.