Economic Development Australia (EDA) Journal.
Calls for articles in the next edition (July 2021) will be made soon.
With a readership of over 2000, there are many reasons to advertise in the EDA Journal
A RESPECTED SOURCE
The EDA Journal is the only publication dedicated to the economic development sector in Australia. The EDA Journal provides knowledge, research, best practice case studies and inspiration to economic development professionals across Australia.
MUCH LOVED AND WELL READ
98% of EDA members indicate ‘access to research, case studies and best practice’ as their most important membership benefit.* The EDA Journal is recognised as the key source for information, case studies and research. *2019 EDA member survey
As the leading industry publication, the EDA Journal offers advertising partners the opportunity to reach over 2,000 economic development professionals across Australia and the globe.
The EDA Journal is a proven valuable resource, available in perpetuity on EDA’s website, with members indicating they return to archive editions many times for information and research. Significant discounts are available for EDA members. The full prospectus with prices, deadlines and specifications can be downloaded below. Spaces are limited, so please contact us to secure your position
Submitting content for Economic Development Australia’s Website and Journal
EDA produces a quarterly journal which showcases economic development case studies, industry development excellence, competitive cluster initiatives, current research relevant to economic development practitioners, successful economic development strategies and innovative regional development examples. EDA encourages the submission of articles, research, interviews, videos, etc.
Written submitted material must be:
- No more than 2,500 words;
- Original work that has not been previously published;
- Referenced where appropriate;
- Accompanied by author biographies;
- Gender neutral;
- Accompanied (when applicable) by no more than four charts, graphs, or photos
Other electronic media submitted must be authorised to be published on the EDA website and free of copyright limitations. EDA reserves the right to use or not use material submitted, without prejudice.