Quality, depth, accessibility and exchange will define the aims and scope of PRX, which will be edited by Alexandra Segerberg (Stockholm University) and Simona Guerra (University of Leicester).
PRX aims to be at the cutting edge of new research and developments in scholarly publishing, harnessing the latest technology to offer a dynamic platform to advance research, innovation and debate across the breadth of political science.
Fully (Gold) Open Acces, all PRX content will be freely available to all. With significant subsidies on the normal upfront costs of Open Access, the journal signals a commitment by the ECPR as a scholarly association to forge a cogent path for the research community at this crucial juncture when academic publishing is becoming fundamentally transformed.
The journal will welcome 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.
Authors will benefit from rapid online publication and will have the opportunity to draw key elements of their article into a a blog post to increase the impact of their research through diffusion, intervention and debate.