CEU Political Science Journal
ISSN: 1818-7668 (electronic); 1992-3147 (print)
Publication Frequency: Quarterly (February, April, September, December)
Type: Open Access
Acceptance Rate (2013): 19 percent
Submitted Manuscripts (2013): 102
Subjects: Transition Politics; Democracy & Democratization; Electoral Systems; Political Parties; Legislative Behavior; Civil Society; Migration Studies; Nationalism and Ethnicity; Political Theory; Political Communication; International Relations; European Studies.
Publisher: Department of Political Science, Central European University Budapest
Call for Papers
Vol. 10, No. 1 (February 2015)
CEU PSJ accepts now submissions for its February 2015 issue. Manuscripts from Political Science and related fields are welcome. Authors should ensure that their submissions are original contributions and should not be under consideration for any other publication at the same time. Full guidelines for the presentation of the papers are available at the guidelines for submission section.
Authors should send their articles to firstname.lastname@example.org before 15 December 2014.
Peer Review Process
All submitted articles are subject to a rigorous peer review process, based on initial editor screening and double-blind refereeing by a minimum of two reviewers.
Books Available for Review
Paul M. Sniderman, Michael Bang Petersen, Rune Slothuus and Rune Stubager, Paradoxes of Liberal Democracy: Islam, Western Europe, and the Danish Cartoon Crisis
Kari Palonen (ed.), The Politics of Parliamentary Procedure
Damien Cahill, The End of Laissez-Faire? On the Durability of Embedded Neoliberalism
Andreas Bergh, Sweden And The Revival Of The Capitalist Welfare State
Olga Gyarfasova and Karin Liebhart (eds.), Constructing and Communicating EUrope
Christian Schweiger, The EU And The Global Financial Crisis. New Varieties of Capitalism
Frank Vibert, The New Regulatory Space. Reframing Democratic Governance
Anthony Payne (ed.), Handbook of The International Political Economy of Governance
Philipp Sandermann (ed.), The End of Welfare as We Know It?
Hideko Magara and Stefano Sacchi (eds.), The Politics of Structural Reforms. Social and Industrial Policy Change in Italy and Japan
Agnieszka Bielewska, Changing Polish Identities: Post-War and Post-Accession Polish Migrants in Manchester
If you are interested in reviewing any of these titles or becoming a book reviewer for CEU PSJ, send along a short resume (max. 2 pages) including your areas of expertise to email@example.com.