CALL FOR PAPERS
Have you written a strong term paper on federalism, multilevel governance, or territorial politics in your country, another country, or the European Union? Would you like to turn the paper you presented at a conference, workshop, or PhD seminar into a research article? Are you interested in having your work published so that it is accessible to others? Or have you read a recent book on federalism and considered writing a book review?
Federal Governance is inviting graduate students to submit their papers for publication in the journal. Federal Governance is an international online graduate journal about the theory and practice of federalism and multilevel governance that gives MA students and PhD candidates the opportunity to gain experience in publishing in academic journals. The journal publishes various issues each year on a rolling basis.
Federal Governance welcomes research articles, research notes, and book reviews from various disciplines such as political science, legal studies, history, or philosophy.
In 2018, a new international team of editors has been formed. The new editorial team now welcomes submissions not only in English, but also in French, German, and Portuguese. Other languages are not excluded and will be considered by the editorial team. All submissions will go through a board review process with the editors.
Submissions are made through our website: www.federalgovernance.ca. If you are interested in submitting a manuscript for a research article, research note or book review, please make sure your submission complies with the preparation checklist available on the journal’s website. Federal Governance only accepts original work that is not under consideration or published elsewhere.
Federal Governance looks forward to receiving your submission.
Do you have any questions? Get in touch.