Global Social Policy (Australian Political Science Association Ranked Journal (APSA) ‘B’ Ranked Preferred Journal 2017): Call for Articles

Global Social Policy (Australian Political Science Association Ranked Journal (APSA) ‘B’ Ranked Preferred Journal 2017): Call for Articles
Thursday 15 February 2018

Global Social Policy (Australian Political Science Association Ranked Journal (APSA) ‘B’ Ranked Preferred Journal 2017): Call for Articles

Published by SAGE, Global Social Policy is a fully peer-reviewed journal that advances understandings of social policy, social development, social and health governance, gender and poverty, social welfare, education, employment, and food, and the advantages and disadvantages of globalization, from transnational and global perspectives. The journal publishes scholarly and policy-oriented articles that address global social policy discourse and practice, as well as transnational flows of capital, people and policies, including the diffusion of ideas.

As editors of Global Social Policy, we invite scholars and practitioners to consider submitting their new papers to our journal. We welcome contributions dealing with issues such as globalization, multilevel governance, transnational diffusion, and the social policy engagement of international organizations and international non-governmental organizations. Studies focusing on particular countries as well as comparative papers are welcome, as long as they explicitly deal with global issues and processes. We also are open to all types of epistemologies, research methods, and theoretical perspectives.

We also welcome special issue proposals, and proposals for editing a Global Social Policy Forum.

For more information about the journal and the submission process, please visit the journal’s page on the SAGE website: http://gsp.sagepub.com. If you have any questions about the journal or the suitability of your work for it, please contact one of us and we will ensure timely feedback. We are looking forward to receiving your submissions in the near future!

Daniel Béland [daniel.beland@usask.ca], Alexandra Kaasch [alexandra.kaasch@uni-bielefeld.de], Huck-Ju Kwon [hkwon4@snu.ac.kr], Nicola Piper [nicola.piper@sydney.edu.au]

 

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