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The peer-reviewed journal Intergenerational Justice Review (IGJR) aims to improve our understanding of intergenerational justice and sustainable development through pure and applied ethical research. Published annually in English and bi-annually in German, the IGJR (ISSN 1617-1799) seeks articles on the cutting edge of research in politics, law, and philosophy of intergenerational relations. It is published on a professional level with an extensive international readership. The editorial board comprises over 50 international experts from ten countries, representing eight disciplines. The IGJR is not only read by the scientific community but also by members of parliaments, decision-makers from the global economy and persons with a general interest in inter¬generational justice. The internet version is free of charge. A printed version can be ordered at a cost of €10. 

The Intergenerational Justice Review has been accepted for listing in the open-access journal index database Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). You may find the aforementioned database at http://www.doaj.org/

Rationale
The interdisciplinary approach to intergenerational justice is unique to the IGJR. Its unique position is rather surprising as intergenerational justice is one of the most relevant topics in politics and science. The number of publications on intergenerational justice as well as media attention focused on the topic is on the rise. The IGJR aims to provide information and encourage discussion on the various issues linked to intergenerational justice.
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Relaunch
The IGJR builds upon an existing journal called Generationengerechtigkeit! (GG!). With the exception of seven issues (out of 25 until the end of 2007), the GG! was published solely in German. The main difference between the two journals, other than the publication of the IGJR in separate German and English editions, is the new peer-review policy.
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Peer-Review Policy
In order to guarantee the highest quality possible for the articles published in the IGJR, we operate a peer-review policy. Every article proposal will be evaluated by a jury of experts assembled by the Board of Editors
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The journal is partly funded through advertisement. As the IGJR has a notable readership, it makes sense financially for advertisers to place adverts in the IGJR. More...