What are the benefits and requirements of publishing an article in a journal?

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Knowledge has the greatest potential when it is shared! Your expertise in the field of customs can help expand the knowledge of many current and future professionals if you want to pass it on. One way to do this is to publish an article in a selected professional journal.

Watch the record of the webinar 'What are the requirements and benefits to publish an article in a journal?" to meet Mikhail Kashubsky, one of the Editors of the World Customs Journal (WCJ), Laure Tempier, the Editor of the WCO News, Enrika Naujoke, one of the Editors of the Customs Compliance & Risk Management (CCRM) Journal, and Omer Wagner, an Author, who has contributed articles to all the journals, and is one of the Editors of CCRM journal.

Please find the slides presented by Mr Kashubsky in the resources section.

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