ABOUT PSR

BACKGROUND AND FUTURE

BACKGROUND

BY PROF. PAUL KELLY
CO-FOUNDER
LSE

Not long after I came to LSE in Autumn 1995 the PSA Executive Committee put out a request to all departments for proposals for a new journal to add to the portfolio of PSA Journals which at that time comprised Political Studies and Politics, the latter of which was geared towards graduate students and had been partly founded by a young Patrick Dunleavy in the mid-1970s. I was already interested in journal editing as I had been involved in the founding of Utilitas by my PhD supervisor Fred Rosen and published by Oxford University Press.

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CURRENT DIRECTION & FUTURE

BY PROF. JUSTIN FISHER
LEAD EDITOR
BRUNEL UNIVERSITY LONDON

The team at Brunel took over the editorship of Political Studies Review in 2019. We inherited a journal that was in a very strong place. The founding editors of the journal and the successive teams had ensured that the journal had gone from strength to strength and we want to ensure that this success continues.

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EDITORIAL TEAM

Lead Editor

Justin Fisher, Brunel University London, UK

Co-Editors

Martin Ejnar Hansen, Brunel University London, UK
Steve Pickering, Brunel University London, UK
Katja Sarmiento-Mirwaldt, Brunel University London, UK

Associate Editors

Naveen Shaaban Abdalla, Brunel University London, UK
Stuart Fox, Brunel University London, UK
Jeffrey Karp, Brunel University London, UK
Daniela Richterova, Brunel University London, UK
Manu Savani, Brunel University London, UK

Journal Manager & COMMUNICATIONS

Eliza Kania, Brunel University London, UK

International ADVISORY BOARD

Phillip Ayoub, Drexel University , USA
Shaun Bevan, University of Edinburgh, UK
André Blais, Université de Montréal, Canada
Adrian Blau, King’s College London, UK
Svitlana Chernykh, Australian National University, Australia
Jennifer Curtin, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Sarah de Lange, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Fabrizio Gilardi, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Jane Gingrich, University of Oxford, UK
Matthew Goodwin, University of Kent, UK
Oliver Heath, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
Evelyne Hübscher, Central European University, Hungary
Will Jennings, University of Southampton, UK
Alexia Katsanidou, Gesis, Germany
Meryl Kenny, University of Edinburgh, UK
Christoph Knill, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany
Gail McElroy, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Peace Medie, University of Ghana, Ghana
Kasper Møller Hansen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Laura Morales, Sciences Po, France
Jennifer Piscopo, Occidental College, USA
Claudio Radaelli, University of Exeter, UK
Miriam Ronzoni, University of Manchester, UK
Nicolas Sauger, Sciences Po Paris, France
Sabine Saurugger, Sciences Po Grenoble
Jennifer van Heerde-Hudson, University College London, UK

ISSUES

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SUBMIT MANUSCRIPT

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IMPACT AND PROMOTION

In the era of fake news, spreading reliable information and popularizing science is a great responsibility and challenge. The editorial team of Political Studies Review is committed to presenting and visualizing research data to boost dissemination. We want to introduce research findings and articles published in the PSR to a wider audience.

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CONTACT

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