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IPSA edited its first issue of World Political Science Review. The online content is free for all individual IPSA members by logging into their account, and is also available for purchase on the De Gruyter website.
Copies will soon be sent to members who have opted in to receive the printed issues.
About World Political Science Review (to be renamed World Political Science in January 2015)
ISSN 2194-6248, e-ISSN 1935-6226
The World Political Science Review (WPSR) is a journal co-owned by the International Political Science Association and published by De Gruyter. It publishes translations of prize-winning articles nominated by prominent national political science associations and journals around the world. Scholars in a field as international as political science need to know about important political research produced outside the English-speaking world. WPSR gathers together and translates an ever-increasing number of countries' best political science articles, bridging the language barriers that have made this cutting-edge research inaccessible up to now.
Articles in the World Political Science Review cover a wide range of subjects of interest to readers concerned with the systematic analysis of political issues facing national, sub-national and international governments and societies. Fields include Comparative Politics, International Relations, Political Sociology, Political Theory, Political Economy, and Public Administration and Policy. Anyone interested in the central issues of the day, whether they are students, policy makers, or other citizens, will benefit from greater familiarity with debates about the nature and solutions to social, economic and political problems carried on in non-English language forums.
World Political Science Review is published by De Gruyter. For more information regarding the content of past issues, please visit their website.
- Prof. Vladimíra Dvořáková
- Prof. Mikhail Ilyin
- Prof. Guy Lachapelle
Table of content (Volume 11, no 2)
Party System Institutionalization: The Cases of Italy and the Federal Republic of Germany
E-Government and Corruption: A Cross-Country Survey
The Formation of the Japan-ROK Security Relationship: The Response to the “Security Crisis” of 1968 under the Divided System of the Korean Peninsular and “Security Economic Cooperation”
Toward a Better Fiscal Governance?
Towards a Political Theory of the Market Economy
Political and Economic Effects on Greenhouse Gas Emissions – a Quantitative Study
Lægreid, Ole Martin
A Special Majority Cabinet? Supported Minority Governance and Parliamentary Behavior in the Netherlands
Otjes, Simon / Louwerse, Tom
Negative and Personalized Campaign Rhetoric: Party Communication and Media Coverage of Danish Parliamentary Elections 1994–2011
Elmelund-Præstekær, Christian / Mølgaard-Svensson, Helle
Liberal and Radical Democracies: The Swiss Cantons Compared
Bühlmann, Marc / Vatter, Adrian / Dlabac, Oliver / Schaub, Hans-Peter
L’AISP est fière d’annoncer la publication de sa première édition de World Political Science Review. Le contenu en ligne de la revue est offert gratuitement à tous les membres individuels de l’AISP, par le biais de leur compte AISP. La revue est également disponible pour achat sur le site de De Gruyter.
Des copies seront envoyées à tous les membres de l’AISP qui en ont fait la requête lors du renouvellement de leur abonnement.