The Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, an online scholarly journal hosted by the TDL Electronic Press, has released its latest issue. The special edition issue is entitled “Virtual Economies, Virtual Goods and Service Delivery in Virtual Worlds.”
A description from the editors:
In this special edition on virtual-world goods and trade, we are pleased to present articles from a global cohort of contributors covering a wide range of issues. Some of our writers, such Edward Castronova, Julian Dibbell or KZero’s Nic Mitham will be well known to you as distinguished leaders in the field, but it is equally our pleasure to introduce exciting new voices. Here you will find pieces written by academics, practitioners, journalists, a documentary filmmaker and perhaps the youngest contributor to JVWR yet, Eli Kosminksy, who attends high school in upstate New York. We would also point out that this issue extends its format to include Anthony Gilmore’s pictorial story, Julian Dibbell’s audio interview, and Lori Landay’s machinima. In real life, most contributors live in the US, the UK and Europe, and we, the editors, are based in Australia and France.
The Journal of Virtual Worlds Research uses Open Journal Systems (OJS) journal-management software and is hosted by the Texas Digital Library as part of the TDL Electronic Press. Find out more about OJS and TDL Electronic Journal-hosting by visiting the TDL website.