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2017 Updates from International Political Science Review (IPSR)

International Political Science Review (IPSR) is pleased to provide information on our plans for 2017.

IPSR has migrated to a new web platform and we hope the additional functions will be of use to our authors, reviewers and readers. The enhanced homepage includes alternative metrics, including usage and Altmetric data, author ORCID profiles and follow-me navigation within the article page.

IPSR will be available on free access during the month of January as part of the SAGE Global Free Access campaign. We invite you to share this information with colleagues and students and we especially recommend our ‘Most Read’ and ‘Most Cited’ article selections.

The call for proposals for the 2018 World Congress of Political Science will open on 10 May 2017. IPSR will publish an editors’ choice collection of recent IPSR articles on the congress theme, Borders and Margins.

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Participation, Vol.40, No.1 (2016)

In this issue:

• 24th IPSA World Congress of Political Science Recap

Marian Sawer & Dianne Pinderhughes, The Poznan Congress
Yannick Saint-Germain & Roksolana Bobyk, IPSA World Congress of Political Science 2016: Politics in a World of Inequality
Richard Wilkinson, The Spirit Level: Why Greater Equality Makes Societies Stronger
Election of the 24th IPSA Executive Committee (2016-2018)
Peter Anyang’ Nyong’o, When Elections Fail Twice or More, Can ‘Losers’ Accept the ‘Victors’ as Legitimate?
Leszek Balcerowicz, Institutional Systems, Policies, Inequalities

• National Associations News

• Research Committees News

• IPSA Statement on Academic Freedom

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IPSA Welcomes the Bulgarian Political Science Association

IPSA is pleased to announce that the Bulgarian Political Science Association have joined the ranks of IPSA’s collective members.

The Committee on Participation and Memberships approved their respective candidacies at the IPSA Executive Committee meetings, held in Brisbane (Australia) on December 8 and 9, 2016. The Bulgarian Political Science Association thus become the 55th country members of IPSA, and will be a voting member at the next IPSA Council, to be held in conjunction with the next World Congress of Political Science in Brisbane, Australia.

IPSA warmly welcomes the Bulgarian Political Science Association, and it wishes the best success to political scientists in Bulgaria.