Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability Membership Application Process


The CRCS Working Paper Series

Share Your Research Journey Through The CRCS Working Paper Series

The Working Paper Series is a collaborative project of the Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability and the School of Business and Governance at Murdoch University. It is intended as an accessible forum for CRCS members to publish the preliminary results of their work and to bring their research to a wide audience prior to final publication.

The CRCS Working Paper Series is coordinated by Dr Terri Trireksani (T.Trireksani@murdoch.edu.au)

Editorial Board:

Follow this link to access the Working Paper Series Repository

CRCS Working Papers

CRCS Working Papers are pre-publication versions of academic articles, book chapters, or reviews. Papers posted on this site are in progress, under submission, or in press and forthcoming elsewhere. Working papers are offered on this site by the authors and are not formally refereed. The views expressed are those of the author(s).

Although there is no formal refereeing process, submitted manuscripts will be screened by members of the editorial board, and authors may be asked to make changes before their work is accepted for the series. The editors reserve the right to decline papers that are not considered sufficiently well developed or relevant to the CRCS themes.
Papers may be downloaded from this site by individuals for personal use subject to the rules governing fair use of professional scholarship. Papers are set in PDF format, and access requires the use of a PDF reader. Comments on papers or questions about their content should be directed to the author(s). Once working papers have been published elsewhere, a relevant link to the publication will be posted on this website

Working Papers in this series are to be cited as follows:
Author (year). Title. Month. CRCS Working Paper Series. Perth: SMG-Murdoch University
All working papers are Murdoch University Copyright.

Who can submit a paper?

Any member of the CRCS community may submit a working paper. This includes faculty and higher degree research (HDR) students. For HDR students, the paper must receive the approval of one of their supervisors at Murdoch University.

Paper submission

Papers must be submitted to the CRCS Working Paper Series Coordinator Dr Terri Trireksani (T.Trireksani@murdoch.edu.au). Prior to submission, please ensure the manuscript meets the following format requirements.

General format

  • Papers must be prepared using 1.5 line spacing, single column, 12-pt font size and Times New Roman script.
  • For figures and tables, Excel, Power Point, or other graphics software must be used (min 200 dpi).
  • Referencing should adhere to Chicago 16th Edition style  (See style manual or download Endnote style here).
  • Download the CRCSWP Style Template and complete as per the instructions detailed within. This will require the copying of the original manuscript into the template or the manual editing of the original manuscript as per the template style guide.
  • Review the Word document, checking appearance and consistency with style guide.
  • Email the Word document as an attachment to the CRSCWP coordinator. Be sure to include in the body of your email the subject area(s) under which your paper should be listed (e.g. Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, Politics or Sustainability).

Copyright Statement

It is the policy of the CRCS to maintain all working papers posted on the site unless otherwise notified by the author(s). Copyright to papers in the CRCSWP remains with the authors. Users of this site may download papers and reproduce them for their own personal use, but downloading of papers for any other activity, including reposting to other electronic bulletin boards or archives, may not be done without the written consent of the authors. Upon print publication, copyright will often be formally transferred to the publisher. It is therefore the author's responsibility to notify the CRCSWP coordinator if copyright has been transferred so that – if necessary – the change can be indicated on the CRCSWP website.