CALL FOR PAPERS

The Public Sphere Journal at the London School of Economics and Political Science is pleased to announce that submissions for the 2020 issue are now being accepted. Throughout Summer 2019, the Public Sphere is seeking submissions related to the theme of Inequality. The upcoming issue will focus on a variety of topics linked by the concept of policy-making towards a more equitable future

Submissions are sought in the form of policy papers, policy briefs or photo essays. To submit, please see the submission guidelines here and send submissions to thepublicspherejournal@gmail.com.

IMPORTANT DATES:

Deadline for submission: Monday, 23 September, 2019

Notification of acceptance: Wednesday, 9 October, 2019

Deadline for final paper submission: Wednesday 8 January, 2020

The Public Sphere is a journal of international policy studies produced by postgraduate students at the London School of Economics and Political Science’s School of Public Policy. The journal offers contributors and readers an active space to rethink, critically analyse and address important policy problems. The Public Sphere welcomes submissions that contribute to vibrant debate from advanced students in relevant degree programs, academics and practitioners. In 2019, the Public Sphere is seeking submissions related to the topic of ‘Inequality’. This issue will allow for a focus on a variety of topics linked by the concept of policy-making towards a sustainable future. Submissions are sought in the form of policy papers, policy briefs or photo essays – please see below for further details on these mediums. Please submit articles to thepublicspherejournal@gmail.com by Monday, 23 September, 2019 including the following:

  • the full text of your policy brief, policy paper or photo essay in Microsoft Word format (.doc or .docx). Please see specifications for the articles in the style guide below.
  • a cover sheet in a separate document containing your contact information (including full name, institution and e-mail address) and a brief biography of yourself (maximum 1-2 sentences; include your year/place of schooling and any relevant experience that bears on the content of your article). No identifying information should be elsewhere on your submission; and
  • any appendices or supplementary material. We strongly encourage you to include any relevant photographs, charts, or graphs within the body of the article itself.Failure to comply with these policies may disqualify your article from consideration. The publisher retains the right to change formatting and typesetting. There is no submission fee. For further information, please contact: thepublicspherejournal@gmail.com.

More information about the 2020 PSJ Edition and the PSJ Style Guide can be found by visiting our Printed Journal Submissions page.

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