Meet the ECPR Editors in Hamburg

 

European Political Science (EPS)

Published in partnership with Palgrave Macmillan

EPS is the professional journal of the ECPR; it publishes pieces on how the discipline is, can, and ought to be. Articles address research and professional matters, doctoral training provision and teaching, as well as relations between academia and politicians, policy makers, journalists and ordinary citizens. EPS also includes more substantive pieces that provide a political science perspective on important current events, research datasets, review articles and symposia.

Editors attending

  • Daniel Stockemer
  • Alasdair Blair
  • Fiona Buckley

Available to meet

  • Thursday 10:40–11:00 & 15:30–15:50
  • Friday 10:40–11:00 & 15:40–16:00
  • Saturday 10:40–11:00

Palgrave stand, exhibition tent

 

European Political Science Review (EPSR)

Published in partnership with Cambridge University Press

EPSR is wide‑ranging, broad‑minded and embraces all key themes and approaches of the discipline, without restriction in methodology or regional focus. The journal encourages scholarship that reaches across fields of substantive interest and methodological commitments. As such, it reflects the richness and diversity of the discipline while seeking creatively to reach beyond its borders.

Editors attending

  • Matt Qvortrup
  • Carlos Closa Montero

Available to meet

  • Thursday 10:40–11:00 & 15:30–15:50
  • Friday 10:40–11:00 & 15:40–16:00
  • Saturday 10:40–11:00 & 15:40–16:00

CUP stand, exhibition tent

 

Comparative Politics book series

Published in partnership with Oxford University Press

Founded in 1990, this book series is devoted to the comparative study of contemporary government and politics, with a specific interest in the comparative domestic politics of institutions and political actors. Global in scope, books are characterised by a stress on comparative analysis and strong methodological rigour. The series publishes cutting‑edge, in‑depth analyses on these topics, and provides a forum for scholars to share their work on themes ranging from democracy, electoral reform, money and politics, parliaments, cabinets and coalitions, representation, political leaders and personalisation, party organisations and intra‑party democracy, democratic linkage and public opinion. The series aims to be at the forefront of scientific debates in the field.

Editors attending

  • Emilie van Haute
  • Ferdinand Müller-Rommel

Available to meet

  • Thursday 10:40–11:00 & 15:30–15:50
  • Friday 10:40–11:00 & 15:40–16:00
  • Saturday 10:40–11:00 & 15:40–16:00

OUP stand, exhibition tent

 

ECPR Press

Published in partnership with Rowman & Littlefield International (RLI)

The ECPR’s publishing arm, ECPR Press publishes cutting-edge research across all fields of political science, international relations and political thought, without restriction in approach or regional focus. The Press is also open to interdisciplinary work with a predominant political dimension. Now published in partnership with RLI, the Press has an impressive back and front list of works from key scholars across the discipline.   

Editors attending

  • Andrew Glencross
  • Laura Sudulich
  • Ian O'Flynn

Available to meet

  • Thursday 10:40–11:00 & 15:30–15:50
  • Friday 10:40–11:00 & 15:40–16:00
  • Saturday 10:40–11:00

ECPR Press stand, exhibition tent

 

Political Research Exchange (PRX)

Published in partnership with Routledge, Taylor & Francis

Political Research Exchange (PRX) is the ECPR's brand new, Gold Open Access journal. PRX offers a dynamic platform to advance research, innovation and debate across the breadth of political science. It welcomes significant theoretical, methodological, and empirical contributions from all fields, including comparative politics, international politics/international relations, political communication, political sociology, political thought, public administration, and interdisciplinary work with a predominantly political dimension. Harnessing latest tehnology and with triple blind review, PRX builds on the four pillars of quality, depth, accessibility and exchange. 

Editors attending

  • Alexandra Segerberg
  • Simona Guerra

Available to meet

  • Thursday 10:40–11:00 & 15:30–15:50
  • Friday 10:40–11:00 & 15:40–16:00
  • Saturday 15:40–16:00

Routledge, Taylor & Francis stand, exhibition tent

 

Political Data Yearbook (PDY)

Published in partnership with Wiley

The PDY is a double-length issue of the EJPR and contains comprehensive and authoritative data and analysis of electoral results, national referenda, changes in government, and institutional reforms for a range of countries, within and beyond the EU (all EU member states, plus Australia, Canada, Iceland, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, and the United States). Recognised experts on the politics of each country provide commentary on these events, as well as on the principal issues in national politics during the year.. Its online version, PDY:Interactive (PDYi), builds on this content to provide a unique data source which is freely available to the profession. 

Editor attending Alistair Clark

Available to meet Thursday 15:30–15:50

Wiley stand, exhibition tent

 

 
 
 

 

 

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