Professor Wil Hout, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Erasmus University Rotterdam
Professor B. Guy Peters, University of Pittsburgh
Professor Richard Bellamy, University College London
Professor Mark Hallerberg, Hertie School of Governance
Professor Jon Pierre, Goteborgs Universitet
Professor Antje Wiener, University of Hamburg
Published for the European Consortium for Political Research
An important new research resourceThe European Political Science Review (EPSR) offers an indispensable and stimulating source of new scholarship in all areas of political science. The journal aims to meet the needs of all who wish to maintain a broad awareness of important new work in the discipline.
Wide-ranging coverageEPSR is wide-ranging, broad-minded and embraces all the key themes and approaches of the discipline and it is not restricted to any particular methodology or regional focus. EPSR encourages scholarship that reaches across fields of substantive interest and methodological commitments and as such, it reflects the full richness and diversity of the discipline and at the same time seeks creatively to reach beyond its borders.
International scopeEPSR aims to publish original research of the highest scholarly quality from leading political scientists around the world. It also features the work of the best young scholars in the discipline. Readership consists primarily of political scientists, but also includes policy analysts and social scientists in cognate disciplines.
Extensive reach EPSR is published by the European Consortium for Political Research and Cambridge University Press, bringing together the experience and expertise of two leading organizations worldwide devoted to advancing and disseminating research in political science and government.
ISSN: 1755-7739 EISSN: 1755-7747
Frequency: 3 Issue(s) per year