Register for Updates on Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies
There are a number of ways to keep up-to-date with any new items or developments in both the Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies journal and on the online forum.
1. Register for RSS feeds
RSS allows you to automatically receive comments, articles or information as soon as new material is published, without having to visit the Forum or the journal’s websites. To set up an RSS feed, you will need an RSS reader, or aggregator (many are freely available to download – visit www.newsonfeeds.com/faq/aggregators for a listing of these).
a) To set up an RSS feed from the Forum:
- On any of the Forum pages, select either of the RSS logos at the foot of the page to receive either new articles when posted for comment, or new comments as they appear (each RSS feed would need to be selected seperately). A page of XML code will appear.
- Ignore the code; simply copy the URL in the address bar
- Paste the URL into the field in your reader and submit your request for a new feed.
- If you use Firefox or Internet Explorer 7 as your web browser you can simply drag the RSS button to your browser toolbar to create a news feed.
b) To set up an RSS feed from the journal:
- On the journal homepage select the RSS logo in the top right corner of the page. A page of XML code will display.
- Follow the last three steps above
2. Content alerts
Sign up for email alerts as soon as new issues, or new iFirst articles, from Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies become available. Simply visit www.informaworld.com/cbie, sign in to your account (or register for an account if you do not already have one) and look for an envelope icon near the top right of the journal homepage. You will have two alerting options.
- New Issue Alert – receive email alerts about new issues, with full table of contents listings.
- iFirst Alert – receive email alerts when new articles appear online ahead of being published in the print version of the journal.
Please note that, although you can sign up to both types of alert, you will have to register for them one at a time.
eUpdates provide information on journals, books, conferences and other news within your areas of interest. Simply visit www.tandf.co.uk/eupdates/, enter your name and email address, then select your area(s) of interest from the list. You will automatically receive email notifications of new developments in your field.
4. Unsubscribing and your privacy
You will be able to amend your details or unsubscribe from any of these services at any time.