Call for Papers: For the Upcoming Issues of The Japanese Political
Call for Papers Date:
We invite submissions for upcoming issues of The Japanese Political
Economy, which aims to publish high quality, original articles that
explore the many facets of and interactions between Japan's domestic
and international political economy. The journal welcomes a broad
range of scholarship that will contribute both theoretically and
empirically to the field. Included in this broad range are economic
and/or political comparisons of Japan to other East Asian countries or
to other countries. Topics in Japanese political economic history and
comparative political economic history are welcome. Policy studies and
papers that focus on the structure and evolution of Japanese firms,
industries, and regulation are also relevant. All manuscripts must be
contributed and published in English.
The journal is edited by Dr. A. Maria Toyoda of Villanova University.
Manuscripts should be submitted online at https://editorialexpress.com/jpe.
Manuscripts should be limited to 12,000 words, including text, tables and figures, notes, references. Font size must be 12 point for all parts of the manuscript, and all body text should be double-spaced. Please include an abstract limited to 150 words.
All submissions must be original work that is not under consideration
by another journal. We will not consider submissions that include
tables, figures and substantial portions of text that have been
previously published. Submitted articles undergo a double-blind peer
review process that is overseen by the journals Editorial Board.
Questions on submissions should be directed to the editor at
firstname.lastname@example.org or to editorial assistant Shishav Parajuli
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