This new Political Studies Association specialist group focuses on the field of political economy in both contemporary and historical perspective. The group's objectives are (a) to organise high profile conference and workshop activities, (b) to provide a high quality information and discussion tool for the political economy community, (c) to stimulate graduate work in political economy, (d) to actively link political economists in UK political science with cognate scholarship in other fields and other parts of the world and (e) to raise the profile of the PSA in established political economy research networks globally.

Thursday, 12 June 2008

New Political Economy 2008/9 Graduate Student Prize Paper Competition

New Political Economy invites submissions to the 2008/9 Graduate Student Prize Paper competition. We would welcome submissions from graduate students working across the
field of political economy, from all relevant disciplinary backgrounds and on any topic consistent with the overall aims and remit of the journal. The prize is £500 (GB sterling) and publication of the paper in New Political Economy. The closing date for submissions is Friday 5 December 2008.

Papers submitted to the competition must be no longer than 10,000 words in length, including all endnotes. Papers should be submitted according to the usual submission guidelines, and candidates should indicate clearly in the title of the e-mail that the paper is intended for submission to the Graduate Student Prize Paper Competition. All submissions must be fully in NPE house style. All candidates must be currently registered as doctoral students at recognised institutions of higher education. All the relevant information – details of the aims and remit of the journal, submission guidelines and details of house style – can be found at: www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/13563467.asp
The judges in the competition will be the editors of NPE. The outcome will be announced
by the end of March 2009 and the winner duly notified. The decision of the editors is final.

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