AJER Website Issues

AJER's site has recently been migrated to a new server on which other similar sites also reside, resulting in some technical difficulties, including a general loss of subscription access. The reason for the migration is that our provider is moving all the journals from one instance (where each journal occupied its own website) to a multi-instance (where all journals share the same website). Other issues includes deletion of some accounts, reviews, and submissions created on 27 August 2018 and a reset of our prepared e-mails. We are working with our OJS provider to restore access and resolve the other issues as quickly as possible. We thank you for your patience.