World Customs Journal


World Customs Journal

The [http://www.worldcustomsjournal.org/ World Customs Journal] is a free online journal and is published twice a year. It was launched at the World Customs Organization's second annual PICARD conference, held in Brussels on 27-28 March 2007.

The World Customs Journal provides a forum for customs professionals, academics, industry researchers, and research students to contribute items of interest and share research and experiences to enhance its readers' understanding of all aspects of the roles and responsibilities of customs. Special issues have covered the topics of Supply chain security and Trade facilitation.

The Journal is published by the University of Canberra, Australia and the University of Münster, Germany on behalf of the International Network of Customs Universities. The International Network of Customs Universities (INCU) is an association that provides the World Customs Organization (WCO) and other organisations with a single point of contact with universities and research institutes that are active in the field of customs research, education and training.

Special Issues

Security: Volume 1, Number 2, September 2007 [http://www.worldcustomsjournal.org/index.php?resource=17]
Trade Facilitation: Volume 2, Number 1, April 2008 [http://www.worldcustomsjournal.org/index.php?resource=18]

External Links

* [http://www.incu.org/ International Network of Customs Universities]

* [http://www.wcoomd.org/home_cbpicardoverview.htm WCO PICARD Programme]

* [http://www.worldcustomsjournal.org/World Customs Journal's Website]


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