The online Journal “Integrated Assessment – Bridging Science & Policy“ has served as the official journal of TIAS until 2010. Previous issues are available free of charge to all subscribers. The journal is an interdisciplinary publication aimed at addressing complex public policy challenges. Dedicated to the burgeoning field of Integrated Assessment, and to the rapidly expanding scope of interdisciplinary studies, this journal aimed to help practitioners, policy makers/analysts, and disciplinary scholars connect, develop common language, and share lessons from analysis and practice.
The last issue last issue (Vol.10, No 1) of the journal was released in 2010:
Managing knowledge for prosperity: Genomics investments and social returns
David Castle and Keith Culver
Genomics and public policy: Wealth for Canadians.
Peter W. B. Philips
Intellectual property protection for higher life forms: Current law and policy issuse.
SARS, pandemics and public health.
Julia Skelding and Ross Upshur
Complexity of public interest in ethical analysis of genomics.
James Tansey and Michael Burgess
Public-private research collaborations in Canadian forestry genomics: Knowledge management and innovation.
Kira Krumagai, Keith Culver and David Castle
Knowledge management and Canadian aquaculture: A case study of public-private research collaboration.
Kate Hoye, Keith Culver and David Castle
The Integrated Assessment Journal is not accepting submissions at this time.