The International Public Policy Review is a student-run academic journal of the School of Public Policy at University College London published electronically twice per year. The Review is currently accepting manuscript submissions. Manuscripts that will be selected for publication are those of superior quality that are situated within the field of international public policy, defined as "all areas of governance and public policy that are either international or strongly affected by international factors."
The Review publishes works of academic scholarship under two rubrics: Articles and Notes. Articles submissions should not exceed 10 000 words while Notes submissions should be between 3 000 and 5 000 words in length. Both totals are inclusive of all text, footnotes, and references.
Articles typically situate themselves within an ongoing debate and treat their subjects comprehensively. Notes, on the other hand, devote less attention to canvassing existing scholarship. Notes may address novel or contentious areas of debate, report on work in progress, or explore emerging areas of academic inquiry within the field of international public policy.
All submissions should be saved as a Word file. References should be compiled in the University of Chicago Style (documentary-note), amalgamated and signaled serially in the text of the article by superscripts. Therefore, all superscripts should be accompanied by a footnote. A references section must be included at the end of the work. Please include the manuscript's title on the first text page, along with an abstract of 300 words and keywords. To facilitate our anonymous review process, please confine your name, affiliation, biographical information, and acknowledgments to a separate cover page. Please avoid tables of contents and appendices. Methods sections should provide a sufficient overview while remaining concise. Papers that do not conform to these guidelines will be returned to authors and could delay the evaluation process. For all other questions of reference and style, refer to The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th edition and the IPPR website (www.ucl.ac.uk/ippr).
Interested authors must forward all manuscript submissions to the Submissions Editor by 15 July 2006 . Please submit manuscripts via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
IPPR Editorial Board
International Public Policy Review
School of Public Policy
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29/30 Tavistock Square
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