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Ο Ελληνικός Οργανισμός Πολιτικών Επιστημόνων (Ε.Ο.Π.Ε. - H.A.P.Sc.) ιδρύθηκε το 2008 από πολιτικούς επιστήμονες με στόχο τη δημιουργία ενός δίαυλου επιπλέον εκπαίδευσης πέραν των ακαδημαϊκών προγραμμάτων σπουδών, μέσω της εθελοντικής προσφοράς εργασίας, καθώς και την ενίσχυση και ανάδειξη του ρόλου του Πολιτικού Επιστήμονα σε τοπικό, περιφερειακό και διεθνές επίπεδο. Αποτελεί Αστικό Επιστημονικό – Επαγγελματικό Σωματείο μη κερδοσκοπικού χαρακτήρα.

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CALL FOR PAPERS

HAPSc Policy Briefs Series, Volume 2, Issue 1

Rebuilding the Future: Policy Making in the Early Post-Covid World

The Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (HAPSc) is inviting all researchers and experts to submit Policy Briefs based on recent research conducted in the following topic: “Rebuilding the Future: Policy Making in the Early Post-Covid World”.

The journal:

HAPSc Policy Briefs Series is a scientific journal of the Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (HAPSc). It was established aiming at the comprehensible and coherent publication of information on current issues, as well as at the exchange of interdisciplinary approaches for the analysis and provision of policy proposals. This biannual publication aims to develop interdisciplinary and multilingual dialogue by providing summaries of relevant research, suggesting possible repertoires – policy options or presenting specific actions, measures and policies.

The journal uses the system of double-blind peer review, while the free open access of its content is provided.

ISSN: 2732-6578,

e-ISSN: 2732-6586

 

Download the Call HERE.

Open Submissions: 05/04/2021

Deadline for Submission is: 16/05/2021

Answers will be given at the start of June 2021.

I. Introduction: Policy Briefs are tools that can transfer academic findings to a concise policy note that could be accessible by policy makers and general public.

The choice of the topic is left open to researchers.

II. Eligibility: The Call is open to both members and non-members of the Hellenic Association of Political Scientists and the brief could be a submitted by up to six authors.

Authors can be academics, technocrats and business executives.

III: Language: Accepted language is English. Additionally, applicants could also submit papers in French, Spanish and Greek. We encourage interdisciplinary and interlinguistic dialogue.

IV: Topics: Topics may include, but are not limited to the following:

·        Democracy and Civil/Human/Social Rights in the New Era

·        Public Administration and Governance in Transformation

·        Social Policies and Welfare State: The Way Forward

·        Health Politics and Policies after the Pandemic

·        Education, Life-Long Learning and Human Capital

·        Sustainable Development and Environmental Policies

·        Migration and Refugee Issues in the New Decade

·        International Relations and International Cooperation in a Post-Covid-19 Framework

·        European Union after Covid-19: Towards Recovery

·        Political Economy of the Post-Pandemic World

V: Submission and Evaluation process: Please submit your Policy Brief to policybriefs@hapsc.org with e-mail Subject: “Submission at HAPSc Policy Briefs Series”

The policy brief should:

✔      be between 2.000 – 2.500 words including references.

✔      include your name and your affiliations. Also, Google Scholar Profile and ORCID should be included for each author, if available.

✔      Include up to 10 Keywords.

Also, your submission should include two word documents:

1. The Policy Brief (according to the available template).

2. A short bio (about 300 words max).

Your policy brief should be named as “nameofauthor_hapscpolicybriefs2021.docx” and should be written in Times New Roman 12, line spacing 1.5. Use the available template. Also, you should follow the APA reference style (7th Edition) (see the template for more information).

Submissions that follow the instructions will be reviewed by two anonymous referees. The evaluation will be based on the following criteria:

⮚      the choice of the topic

⮚      the contribution to the existing knowledge

⮚      the recommendations and policy relevance and their feasibility

⮚      the quality of writing

The selected Policy Briefs will be published at the HAPSc Policy Briefs Series, vol. 2, no. 1 – “Rebuilding the Future: Policy Making in the Early Post-Covid World”.


HAPSc Policy Briefs Series (Volume 1, Issue 2): State, Democracy, Society and Economy in the 21st Century: Challenges and Prospects. December 2020. The soft copy is avalaible at: https://ejournals.epublishing.ekt.gr/index.php/hapscpbs/issue/view/1598/showToc

 

The call:

HAPSc Policy Briefs Series, vol 1, no 2

 State, Democracy, Society and Economy in the 21st century: challenges and prospects

The Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (HAPSc) is inviting all researchers and experts to submit Policy Briefs based on recent research conducted in the following topic: “State, Democracy, Society and Economy in the 21st century: challenges and prospects”.

The journal:

HAPSc Policy Briefs Series is a scientific journal of the Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (HAPSc). It was established aiming at the comprehensible and coherent publication of information on current issues, as well as at the exchange of interdisciplinary approaches for the analysis and provision of policy proposals. This biannual publication aims to develop interdisciplinary and multilingual dialogue by providing summaries of relevant research, suggesting possible repertoires – policy options or supporting specific actions, measures and policies.

The journal uses the system of double-blind peer review, while the free open access of its content is provided.

ISSN: 2732-6578

e-ISSN: 2732-6586

 

Open Submissions: 27/10/2020

Deadline for Submission is: 30/11/2020

Answers will be given at the end of December 2020.

I. Introduction: Policy Briefs are tools that can transfer academic findings to a concise policy note that could be accessible by policy makers and general public.

The choice of the topic is left open to researchers.

II. Eligibility: The Call is open to both members and non-members of the Hellenic Association of Political Scientists and the brief could be a submitted by up to six authors.

Authors can be academics, technocrats and business executives.

III: Language: Accepted language is English. Additionally, applicants could also submit papers in French, Spanish and Greek. We encourage interdisciplinary and interlinguistic dialogue.

IV: Topics: Topics may include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Democratization and State in transition: New challenges and perspectives
  • Welfare State, Social Policies and Social Inclusion
  • Public Administration and Management: Theory, Reforms and Adjustments in the new era
  • Health Policies, Economics and Management: adapting to the new situation
  • Environmental Policies, Energy and Politics
  • Life-Long Learning, Educational Policies and Human Capital
  • Social Movements, Social Rights, Activism and Law
  • Immigration, Refugees and Human Rights
  • International Economics and Global Economy: trends and directions
  • International Organizations and International Relations in the 21st century
  • The European Union in the 21st century: perspectives and prospects

V: Submission and Evaluation process: Please submit your Policy Brief to policybriefs@hapsc.org with e-mail Subject: “Submission at HAPSc Policy Briefs Series”

The policy brief should:

✔      be between 2.000 – 2.500 words including references.

✔      include your name and your affiliations. Also, Google Scholar Profile and ORCID should be included for each author, if available.

✔      Include up to 10 Key words for metadata.

Also, your submission should include two word documents:

1. The Policy Brief (according to the available template).

2. A short bio (about 300 words max).

Your policy brief should be named as “nameofauthor_hapscpolicybriefs2020.docx” and should be written in Times New Roman 12, line spacing 1.5. Also, you should follow the Harvard reference style.

The evaluation will be based on the following criteria:

⮚      the choice of the topic

⮚      the contribution to the existing knowledge

⮚      the recommendations and policy relevance and their feasibility

⮚      the quality of writing

HAPSc Policy Briefs Series (Volume 1, Issue 1): Policy making during Coronavirus crisis. June 2020. The soft copy is avalaible at: https://ejournals.epublishing.ekt.gr/index.php/hapscpbs/issue/view/1532/showToc

 

The call:

The Hellenic Association of Political Scientists (HAPSc) is inviting all researchers and experts to submit Policy Briefs based on recent research conducted on political, social and economic issues and policies at Global and European level during the Coronavirus Crisis.

Open Submissions: 11/05/2020

Deadline for Submission is: 19/06/2020

Answers will be given at the end of July 2020

1. Introduction: Policy Briefs are tools that can transfer academic findings to a concise policy note that could be accessible by policy makers and general public. The choice of the topic is left open to researchers.

2. Eligibility: The Call is open to both members and non-members of the Hellenic Association of Political Scientists and the brief could be a submitted by up to six authors. Authors can be academics, technocrats and business executives.

3. Language: Accepted language is English. Additionally, applicants could also submit papers in French, Spanish and Greek. We encourage interdisciplinary, multidimensional and multilingual dialogue.

4. Topics: Topics may include, but are not limited to the following:

Political situation and policies
Welfare State and social consequences of the coronavirus crisis
Public Administration and Local Government in coronavirus crisis
Education policies in transition
Economic policies to manage coronavirus crisis
Business world in coronavirus crisis
Health Policies in the time of coronavirus crisis
EU Policies in time of coronavirus crisis
International Relations in coronavirus crisis and coordination
International Organizations in corona crisis situation
Tourism in the new era
Human rights Violation
5. Submission and Evaluation process: Please submit your Policy Brief to policybriefs@hapsc.org with e-mail Subject: “Submission at HAPSc’s Policy Briefs”

The policy brief should:

be between 2.000 – 2.500 words including references.
include an abstract both in english and in the language you choose up to 300 words each (it is not included in the word limit)
include your name and your affiliations.
declare the topic (from the abovementioned list) in which your paper is included

Also, your submission must include:

a.The Policy Brief.

b.A short bio (about 300 words max).

Your policy brief should be named as “nameofauthor_hapscpolicybriefs2020.docx” and should be written in Times New Roman 12, line spacing 1.5. Also, you should follow the Harvard reference style.

6. The evaluation will be based on the following criteria:

the choice of the topic
the contribution to the existing knowledge
the recommendations and policy relevance and their feasibility
the quality of writing

The selected Policy Briefs will be published at the “HAPSc’s Policy Briefs: Policy Making during the time of coronavirus crisis”.

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