Analyst Journal is an independent publication that seeks to champion the work of emerging voices, established practitioners and theorists of all persuasions. Analyst Journal is an independent unaffiliated journal, and aims to afford its readership with critical commentary and analysis in relation to matters of salience in the public forum. The masthead of the Analyst is maintained by the Micah Group Pty Ltd (ACN 144 808 453).
Analyst Journal seeks to encourage balanced and objective commentary on matters of importance, by accessing timely and salient information that may not have been considered in the mainstream, often from theorists and commentators from related or tangential disciplines. We encourage a dialectic approach and encourage authors to respond to current debates that are of significance, and that may have already recieved comment from prior Analyst contributors or those in the mainstream.
Analyst Journal seeks to access and promote the work of individuals from varied disciplines, offering a diversity of perspectives. We actively encourage unsolicited submissions to the journal to be considered for publication. Registration with the Analyst is gratis, with no cost attaching to any aspect of the online edition journal. Registration provides access to online exclusive content, such as interviews, documentaries and podcasts, as well as streamed content from partner entities.
Registration is particularly advantageous for students and life-long learners as it affords access to markets data, and financial information, as well as priority registration to any of our gratis seminars, on global and political issues, finance and financial econometrics, and technology and technology policy. Registered users also receive free access to our suite of documentaries.
Analyst Journal accepts contributions from a wide variety of theorists, authors, freelance journalists and students. Major contributors to the inaugural editions include Dr Marko Beljac, Professor Matthew Clarke, Aadrian Sullivan, Dale McFeatters, Deroy Murdock, Clifford May, Jose De Isla, Dr Damien Kingsbury, Dr Stephen Curkpatrick, John Milligain and Professor Edwin Maberly.