We accept the following types of articles for peer reviews:
(8000 words) report and analyse new research, theory interpretations and scholarly controversy.
(4000 words) map the state of knowledge or policy context of particular issues. They also analyse external developments and innovations in areas that have a tangible impact on the policy environment.
Policy Insights are critical analyses of developments in policy design, policy making and policy implementation.
(1500 words) are crisp and focused articles by policy makers on a practical aspect of global policy change.
Responses to articles
(1000 words) are replies to previously published material that contest particular standpoints or pick up on controversial elements of an argument.
Review Essays keep all readers fully up to date with existing literature in the field.
Please also refer to the Style Guide.
Papers should be submitted online. For detailed instructions please go to: Manuscript Central
We accept the following types of online content:
Global Policy columns, opinion & analysis and Essays are short commentaries, opinion and research based pieces on current issues facing the global policy community. They are written by a diverse range of early career academics and practitioners, and also by occasional contributors. Global policy's Comment page also contains book, play and film reviews.
Global Policy Journal welcomes contributions from early career academics and practitioners, but retains the right to refuse any material that does not fit our editorial remit or publication standards which can be found here.
For more information or to discuss contributing a blog post please contact Online (at) global-policy.com
If you are interested in contributing a review, a list of the books and films that are available can be found here. Once chosen, please contact richard.murphy (at) durham.ac.uk to discuss contributing a review.
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